This charming 1930s play, by Sam and Bella Spewack, lives up to Independent’s standards.
With Tea Tree Players' usual excellent set, complete with 80’s styling, this comedy by Marc Camoletti looks good.
Armed with a delightful smile, a great voice and some disarming chat, Amity returns again to the Adelaide Fringe.
These ladies had plenty of Soul, brining some very fine music to their Fringe performance.
With a packed crowd eager to participate, this slick show was a winner from the beginning.
These two Divas, Beccy Cole and Libby O’Donovan gave a wonderful performance, no surprises there!
This solo performer presents his alter-ego Syphilis Von Hamstring encouraging much audience participation.
Described in the advertising as the ‘dark underbelly of circus’ this production is raw and at times confronting.
Aspergers isn’t your usual subject for a musical, but with these two talented people maybe it should be.
This is Hugh Sheridan as we have not seen him before.
Any fan of the Jackson catalogue of music, Michael, Janet or The Jackson Five, would find something to love in this collection...
The legendary Paul Grabowsky was in fine form as he combined his talents with those of the amazing Vince Jones
Laughter is good for the soul and my soul feels really good now, well worth a visit.
For a very appreciative audience in the cosy area of the Jade the Shadowcasters recreated an era and paid tribute to a...
Ellen Briggs and Mandy Nolan come from a country town, they are wives and mothers with a down-to-earth sense of humour and...
There were Drag Queens and acrobats, comedy and song, a few ladies scantily clad, a couple of items that looked painful
In this production Tracy Crisp takes a long hard look at raising children and, more to the point, letting them go.
We have missed the alternate view that Paul McDermott has on the world and its woes and its great to have him...
What would a Fringe be without a Shakespeare adaptation?
A story of love and loss told with vibrant emotion by Renato Musolino.