Adelaide Fringe Festival Photo Gallery: Opening Night Parade (13.02.16)

The Adelaide Fringe Festival kicked off in spectacular style over the weekend, with artists and the public taking to the streets of the city’s CBD for a parade that lit up the night. Second only to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, the Adelaide event signals the beginning of the fringe/comedy circuit for many, while thousands upon thousands of visitors pour through SA over the festival’s duration. John Goodridge was amongst all the action and brings us these photos from the annual event!... Read More | Share it now!

Adelaide Fringe Festival Review: LUMINOUS – The Peacock, Gluttony (12.02.16)

Walking into The Peacock tent on the opening night of the Adelaide Fringe Festival season felt like a much needed escape from the chaos that was the rest of Gluttony and the Rundle St/East Tce intersection. I made a point of not looking up much information about LUMINOUS prior to the show tonight, though I knew it had attracted much praise and interest in previous years so in all, I was keen to be surprised and impressed.... Read More | Share it now!

All My Love’s Denny Lawrence talks about the tragic relationship between writers, Henry Lawson and Mary Gilmore

Henry Lawson and Mary Gilmore are two famous, Australian writers. But what people may not realise is that the pair were also lovers and secretly betrothed. This information has only come to light in the couple’s surviving letters and in Gilmore’s memoirs and forms the basis of a new play titled, All My Love. It’s a show adapted for the stage by Anne Brooksbank and promises to be an intense and tragic love story.... Read More | Share it now!

Theatre Review: Year of the Family – Kings Cross Theatre (Performances until 20th February)

A homeless man sits in a chair with a woman behind him.

Tooth and Sinew in association with bAKEHOUSE Theatre present Year of the Family, written by Anthony Neilson. This production is an incredibly dark comedy that had me laughing at what could arguably be described as rather inappropriate circumstances. Highlighting how truly dysfunctional families can be, the play follows the relationships of half-sisters Fliss and Claire as they navigate through life one stumble at a time. Year of the Family forces you to question the traditional perceptions of family so often portrayed by the media, and renders the line between ‘normal’ and ‘insane’ rather ambiguously.... Read More | Share it now!