Josh Belperio has channelled all his rage and anger at current political and social affairs into a brand new cabaret show, Right Here, Right Now.
The Prisoner of Second Avenue concerns a middle-aged couple who have an apartment in New York in the seventies when New York had the highest crime rate in the world, rising unemployment in addition to common city problems of noise and smells assaulting the senses.
Preachrs Podcast OnLine & OnStage are delighted to announce their exciting 5 show Adelaide Fringe 2020 season, which includes producing collaborations with award winning UK producer Fragility London and Australian producer Big Mood.
Quick witted and ungainliness is the central hallmark of The Tea Tree Players new show Rookery Nook. A blisteringly quick script and a rapid succession of entries and exits gives the audience everything they would expect from a British farce.
A powerhouse, irreverent marathon of tragic comedy, Jez Butterworth’s Jerusalem embodies England as it is and England as it once might have been – that is, at least, according to an idealised mythological version of its past.
If you’re after intelligent satire without the weary comic stock-in-trade of lower-class accent, yelling, and whatever words are currently deemed naughty these days, Mister Sammy J is your man.
Director Sue Wylie has lovingly brought to life Brenton Whittle’s easy-going reflection on death in Well, Shut My Mouth. This new local play, boasting a confident and cohesive cast, meditates on what it means to “slip on to the other side” through the eyes of three generations of a very Australian family.
In seventy minutes, Tuckerman sings twelve songs or medleys. In between songs, she chats engagingly to us about the ups and downs of her professional career. It’s a simple recipe, and like most simple recipes, it works.
Tina del Twist is played by Australian singer/actor/writer/comedian/producer and director Wes Snelling. She is Wes’s bohemian Auntie - the family misfit, never quite fitting in. With a good serve of red wine, in a brandy balloon big enough to bath a baby in, Tina stumbles on stage to begin what she thinks is her Christmas concert.
In this sparkling romantic comedy, a journalist tampers with her magazine's horoscopes and sets in motion an unpredictable, hilarious ripple effect. . .
Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson star in this hilarious gender-flip of Dirty Rotten Scoundrels
Get ready for a comedic, philandering ride as the audience is taken on a sexually-charged and liquored-up journey through the immoral day-to-day life of Soho’s shamelessly promiscuous, Don Juan.
Women's voices are being heard like never before and the women in comedy are claiming their space, finding their voices and telling their stories...
Two penniless Americans decide to use the gifts and goodwill of their wealthy friends to live the life they want for a year.
Two slacker housemates are given one job to do - drive a car from Adelaide to Melbourne - but life is never that simple.
A film that was 29 years in the making was always going to have trouble living up to expectations. Considering that this is a fairly faithful retelling of a tales of Don Quixote, it can be said that this was over 400 years in the making. Any way you slice it, it’s an impressive undertaking […]
Who is this miniaturised Japanese marvel? She is a puppeteer, a stand-up (and sit down) comedian, ventriloquist, and Rakugo (Japanese storytelling comedy) expert who lives in Melbourne but has thankfully visited Adelaide for this year's Fringe.
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.
Game Of Thrones fans are having serious withdrawals, so this gathering of likeminded Banner men united in competitiveness soothes our cravings
Strassman has brought his brand new show to the Fringe and all the friends you have come to love over the years make an appearance with Ted E Bare leading the gang with his chocolate tale.