After some minor COVID-19 related delays, award winning Adelaide comedian Lori Bell hit the stage of Diverse-City for her Feast Festival showing of Pregnancy and Purgatory.
Billed as a ‘show that will leave you breathless’ Pony Male Revue presents a new production called Ride It.
Feast Festival are planning to go-ahead in November and are offering free registrations to artists and event organisers who have been impacted by COVID-19.
Sugarbabies, written by and performed in part by Josh Sanders,plays into its name by exploring and lampooning the perceived relationships between a sugar baby and their sugar daddy.
The Gays Are Revolting Live is a weekly Melbourne-based podcast that prides itself on honest and open discussions around any issue relevant to the LGBTIQA+ community whilst still recognising their positions as ‘the G in LGBTIQA+’. The hosts Thomas Jaspers, Kyle Dowsett, and Luke Forester (fourth regular Mykiii Rangi was away overseas) were joined on stage by Adelaide’s Dr Gertrude Glossip (Will Sargeant).
Mental health is coming to the forefront at Feast Festival 2019 in many production and artistic styles on show throughout the festival and Pridevember. #NoFilter is a brilliant contribution to the mix with a well-considered and intricate show.
Black Cat Theatre’s cabaret production Confessions at the Pub retells original journal entries through an intimate and compelling performance. The story details the individual coming out experiences of two former high school students, Jess and Isaac.
Samantha Bond talks with Phi Theodoros about her Feast Festival show, Love at a Distance. She's known to some by the stage name, Ukulele Dream Girl, and with a name like that, how can you not want to know more?
Numinous Asylum is a developmental piece that explores the multi-faceted world of mental health and the social and psychological approaches found within that sphere.
The Measure of a Man is framed around the idea of being larger than average when it comes to sex organs and what this can mean when it comes to sex itself. It is from this point that the anxieties and worries about the body, experiences with other people, and the pressures of gay men expectations are stitched together in an intimate monologue.
British writer Alice Birch won the George Devine Award (for a promising playwright) in 2014, with her work Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again. Composed of a series of vignettes, the piece deconstructs those frameworks which we often take so for granted that we don’t notice them until they are flipped: language; work; mothering; marriage and so forth.
Feast Festival’s comedy line up has come to Raj House with The Dykeside – Two Left.
Mama Alto came to the Raj House foyer with an intimate show in her unique jazz-gospel style.
Finding Me Volume Three is the final, or book end, version of the Finding Me trilogy of 2018. The show has been in evolution since the Adelaide Fringe and has adapted according to the audience that they are about to present in front of.
The Real Housewives of Melbourne star, Gamble Breaux, has added singing to her careers list, and she's set to headline at Feast Festival this November.
Today House of Sand - one of Australia's most exciting new arts companies has announced its 2018 program, which sees it bring award-winning dance, theatre, and multi-artform productions to Adelaide for the first time.
The comedy show stars three comedians, Lori Bell from Adelaide, and Bobby Macumber and Selina Jenkins from Melbourne, and works together a two hours show of individual stories, song, and casual banter.
In a one-woman show, local drag queen Shania Twatt takes you behind the scenes of the lashes and sequins to meet the humans behind the glamour and illusion.
It’s your last chance to sink your teeth into some fantastic Queer Art and Culture for Feast Festival
Tom Christophersen’s Business Unfinished is an anthology of ghost stories that blend together spoken word responses from people who share their experiences with the supernatural