The passionate and talented team behind Venus in Fur create an electric night of theatre.
Every element of this production has been carefully planned and extremely well executed.
In this production Tracy Crisp takes a long hard look at raising children and, more to the point, letting them go.
What would a Fringe be without a Shakespeare adaptation?
A two-man show, this deceptively simple play depicts two mates talking about life, love and everything in between as they train for the New York marathon.
Two budding astronauts are picked by popular choice to make the much-hyped one-way trip to Mars to establish Earth’s first interplanetary colony. Sara and Mark are both certain in their belief they are ready and able to make the journey despite knowing they will never go home or see their families again.
A space drama, Pilgrims is set in a comfortable hotel like room in a space craft; its passengers are on a one hundred day journey to start a new life in a colony.
STARC’s latest offering is a series of one-act plays by David Ives from his collection entitled All in the Timing.
In the sound proofed room of an inner-city Berlin apartment, the life struggles of a professional double bassist emerge in the new production by Cranking Hog Productions, The Double Bass.
Deadset Theatre Company’s Zoe Muller and Matilda Butler bring to life SE Hinton’s iconic coming of age story with a confident cast of young Adelaide actors.
Following two successful sell-out seasons of Deadset Theatre Company’s debut premiere show Puberty Blues in 2017 and 2018, DTC are proud to announce their 2019 stage show, The Outsiders, based on the book by SE Hinton and adapted by Christopher Sergel.
Forget the overcrowded Garden of Unearthly Delights and its array of established big name comedians: go a few streets up to Angas Street to the lovely building the is the Bakehouse and experience a fantastically funny upcoming comedian by the name of Peter James.
Sir David Attenborough, that world famous Naturalist and wild life documentary film maker makes a very welcome appearance at the Bakehouse this Fringe (or does he?)
This production reminds us that Jesus was an immigrant, a refugee and was persecuted for no other good reason. A modern parable of his story sees someone like Judas, but is this case called Youssef, being questioned and tortured to reveal the whereabouts of their leader, a preacher from the desert speaking of peace, forgiveness and love.
The stories that surround the Mother and Baby Homes in Ireland are unfortunately not unfamiliar. Some of the stories of the mal-treated women were put together in a theatre piece with music composition by the youth theatre company Scrambled Prince Theatre Company in their show All the Little Magdalenes.
The year is 2100. The Earth has been entirely obliterated and Humankind along with it - except for one man, American Astronaut Captain James Briggs. Thus begins Cut Mustard's space opera/odyssey 2100: A Space Novelty
IpSkip Productions have tackled one very hot topic in the wake of the #metoo movement, but what better time to do so and with an adaption of Henrik Ibsen’s A Doll’s House.
Set in 1935 South Australia, Fefu and Her Friends explores the lives of a group of educated women trapped in a male dominated society through an unusual and unique theatre experience.
Four men, four beds, four lockers, they all gaze at you as you enter their space, unflinching, unapologetic. It is a space of confrontation, examination and the cold hard reality of an army training
Tongue in cheek representations of Hell and the classic Faustian deal abound in the Unseen Theatre Company’s latest Terry Pratchett adaptation, Eric.