Little Shop of Horrors, the musical where a giant man-eating plant takes center stage (or majority of the stage really). Oh, and it sings. Very sassily. If that doesn’t sell it for you then maybe you need to revisit your theatre needs.... Read More | Share it now!
On Wednesday night, at West End’s Avid Reader, A Rock & Roll Writers Festival directors Leanne de Souza and Joe Woolley revealed the full program of events and speakers for the inaugural April event – and once you take a look at what’s in store, you’ll understand exactly why Sydney and Melbourne are so annoyed that little ol’ Brisvegas nabbed this festival for itself!... Read More | Share it now!
On the pamphlets and bits of advertising we’d seen, this year’s Adelaide Fringe Festival return of Hot Brown Honey promised to be bigger. It promised to be bolder. It promised to be browner. And as we danced our way out of The Menagerie last night, it was pretty safe to say that the production delivered well on all fronts.... Read More | Share it now!
The Naked Magicians proved to be one of the early highlights of this year’s Adelaide Fringe Festival for all the reasons you’d probably expect. The Brisbane magic-comedy duo returned for another wildly successful run at Gluttony this year, finishing up their season over the weekend. John Goodridge snapped Mike Tyler and Christopher Wayne doing their thing at The Octagon – have a browse, we know you want to…... Read More | Share it now!