Professor Leonard Grad and Miss Elle May Rose, travelling showfolk host the show. The aim is to promote Porcelain Punch, a cure-all magic drink.
The roars of laughter, singing along and gasps at the level these two will go to, are testament to the fun that you’ll have with EastEnd Cabaret.
The Inheritance is one of those joys of life, a witty comedy. Come and visit Sammy J and his best friend, Randy.
Achtem uses both his hands and feet simultaneously to produce the clever imagery, most times in sight of the audience so they can marvel at his ingenuity.
Tom Gleeson's show Good One at The Garden of Unearthly Delights is the first show I have seen at The Adelaide Fringe this year and it was a great way to start off the season.
A feature in this year's Garden of Unearthly Delights is an unusually tapered structure towering on the lawn, demanding comment from passers by.
Soap: The Show, a human circus of eight highly skilled, gorgeous performers that centre their acts around six bathtubs.
The Magnets are a sonic sensation hailing from the UK, and are not to be missed.
One thing you can always be sure of when Sidonie Henbest, Catherine Campbell, Jamie Jewell, and Hew Parham team up is that you never know what you are going to get.
In addition to the solid cabaret techniques and skills, Siegmann’s versatile, powerhouse voice confirms the belief that this performer is one to watch.
With the cream of Adelaide Cabaret in Catherine Campbell, Sidonie Henbest and Libby O’Donovan, all accompanied by the talented Matthew Carey, this show couldn’t be a better example of great cabaret.
Not one for the children, but a deliciously devilish return season for anyone who missed it last year.
Take a trip to Terry Pratchett's Discworld and meet some of its weird and wonderful characters this Fringe, with the help of the Unseen Theatre Company.
Rough and romantic, heart breaking and hilarious, this hour long Australian premiere is queer theatre at its best.
AC Arts acting alumni Matilda Bailey and Chelsea Evans have been busy since their graduation last year, developing an original work to premiere at the 2012 Adelaide Fringe Festival.
Comedy skits pay homage to Sweeney Todd, The Producers, Pirates of the Caribbean, Monty Python’s Flying Circus and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, amongst others.
Fresh off the back of exhibitions "Les Petites Morts" and "Dirty Truth" respectively, local Adelaide artists Kat Coppock and Tiff Hampton have collaborated for a special Fringe mash-up of epic proportions!
Renowned for her raw, unique, and daringly intimate performances, this entrancing chanteuse promises to delve even deeper in Exhibit Amy.
The irony of being wiped out in a head on collision only weeks before her show about “the unexpected” was to debut at Melbourne International Comedy Festival is not lost on comedienne Jenny Wynter.