The two members of EastEnd Cabaret, Jennifer Byrne & Vicky Falconer-Pritchard, are currently in Australia performing their show Yeti’s Demon Dive Bar – a musical sketch show which delves into the lives of characters enjoying themselves within a bar set-up on stage.... Read More | Share it now!
Here’s a look at seven of the must-see arts events happening around Australia this month – March 2016:... Read More | Share it now!
Alright, so the Adelaide Fringe Festival is now in its third week and the city and its dwellers are pretty well settled in and comfortable with the madness the festival brings.... Read More | Share it now!
dLux MediaArts invites you to join them for the third installment of IS THIS ART? a celebration of seventeen of Australia’s most innovative and experimental emerging media artists on a night not to be missed.... Read More | Share it now!
On January 10th 2016, British music icon and legend David Bowie passed away at the age of 69.... Read More | Share it now!
Matt Tarrant is straight up with the crowd gathered in The Octagon tent on a warm Sunday evening; he’s loved magic ever since he was a kid wanting to be pulled up on stage by the first magician he’d ever seen perform. His Adelaide Fringe Festival show Honestly Dishonest is about perhaps giving that feeling to any kid in attendance tonight – they too could be magicians when they grew up. It’s also about him sharing with the audience some of his favourite tricks, injected with a solid amount of humour and delivery that strays from what you may expect from a show of this kind.... Read More | Share it now!
The world’s most recognized story proves it’s still got something new to share in this latest production of Romeo and Juliet by Bell Shakespeare.... Read More | Share it now!
The Barber of Seville is a fun, fast-paced opera, with much laughter and giggles and many breathless moments of vocal talent. Two such vocal talents are brother sister duo Jane Ede and David Parkin, who play Berta and Don Basilio respectively.... Read More | Share it now!
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!
I knew that PAPILLON was one Adelaide Fringe show I couldn’t miss out on for another season, so squished in to The Octagon on Saturday night for one of what is sure to be many sold out shows, I knew I was in for a good one.... Read More | Share it now!