This new show by Hugh Sheridan and friends is one of the highlights of the Fringe 2016.
Piter Pantoja Lopez & Cruz Vazquez Borges teamed with 7 Tropicana dance girls to wiggle their tush, simulate sex, and flaunt an array of colourful costumes.
An annual Fringe tradition, the show, 'The Naked Magicians' features two magicians wearing nothing but cheeky smiles.
Local boy made good, Hugh Sheridan has arrived back home to give us the premiere of his new show, 'California Crooners Club'. Fran Edwards chats with him.
O’Loughlin tells stories of her life, laughs at herself & makes us see things in a new light. Her stories are great but her messages are so much more.
Simon Coronel breaks theatrical spectacle down into its smallest, simplest parts and messes with our perceptions of how illusions work.
A 90-minute dance workshop to teach you how to be the fiercest of fierce and get yourself a whole lotta laughs learning to be bootylicious.
Kirsty Mac has been called a Feminazi a lot, so she’s chosen to own the label, talking about her experiences with love, family, dating and feminism.
Aimed at youngsters, Jane, Ollie and Jake presented 40 minutes of family fun with traditional circus acts like a strongman, extreme hoola-hooping & flying trapeze
Papillon is an intimate cabaret production with a series of short, circus-inspired acts presenting the physical strengths and balance of all the performers.
You’ve probably seen him wandering, hunchbacked with a suitcase full of tricks around the Adelaide Fringe before, delighting kids with his absurd brand of physical and prop comedy. Dado returns this year with the original and off-beat Oddball.
Two of Shakespeare’s greatest tragedies are transformed into one irresistible, lowbrow comedy with these vaudeville-style actors whose frequent and inspired use of improvisation makes every performance unique.
A bank heist, bloody murders, baddies, a femme fatale, and plenty of chaos are craftily mixed with mentalism, card and magic tricks.
Sameena Zehra is sassy, personable, and interesting. She retells her charmed life with good humour and the wide-eyed incredulity of bullet-dodgers.
Magicians Christopher Wayne & Mike Tyler promise a strip and they deliver after a lot of mirth & magic that's more impressive than their toned bodies.
I like being delivered what I am promised and this show “designed to explore the hidden secrets of the human mind” does exactly what it says on the tin.
It's not always easy to talk about being sick, but this is something Alice Springs actress Lisa-Marie Ryan is attempting with her show Blue Soul, Red Heart, appearing at The Bally, in Gluttony during the 2014 Adelaide Fringe.
A murder/thriller parody salute to the Master of the Macabre, Alfred Hitchcock, performed by American comedy trio, Sound & Fury.
This comedy mash-up between two of Shakespeare's greatest tragedies is the Bard as you have never seen him before.
This mud-splattered, all female parody of Macbeth is performed in ankle deep mud, but that’s part of the fun! To watch absurdist theatre, you have to become a little absurd yourself...