Tracey Korsten speaks to this year's Adelaide Cabaret Fringe Festival co-director, Eugene Suleau, to find out what goodies are store for us.
An inventive and funny remix of Sherlock Holmes stories, improvised from audience suggestions about how the poor victim was offed.
Cabaret lovers united for the opening night gala of the Cabaret Fringe, filling La Bohème to capacity to sample the impressive line-up during June's Fringe.
The Arkaba hosted the State final equivalent of South Australia’s TheatreSports Cup, which saw five teams compete energetically through four rounds, judged for technique, narrative and entertainment.
If you are interested in modern theatre and exciting new projects, then you probably have your tickets anyway, or have already seen it. If not, then you need to be quick to book, as it is an intimate venue and there are only a few performances.