Future-soul band Neon Bogart are launching their debut EP in February 2013, with a three night Adelaide Fringe Festival season at Higher Ground East Art Base, Friday 15 – Sunday 17 February (Fringe opening weekend).
Once again, the Adelaide Critics Circle has presented its annual awards for outstanding achievers in the Performing and Visual Arts,and here are the winners for 2012.
The ACColades, now in their 15th year, are the annual awards of the Adelaide Critics Circle who have announced the finalists for its 2012 annual awards.
There's no light and shade in Charles Sanders' dark cabaret about the search for love. He sings Amy Winehouse's Love is a Losing Game, which sums up the mood of this miserable ode to despair.
You can catch singer and guitar sensation Jon Gomm & special guest Andy Sorenson live in concert at 8pm on Sat 28th April 2012 at Higher Ground, Light Square, Adelaide.
Masterson adds a a vast amount of brilliantly executed physical comedy to the already extremely side-achingly funny script.
David Calvitto and Beth Fitzgerald are a perfect pairing in this fast paced and witty piece. They do not waste a word of this rapid fire tongue twister of a script.
A former World War II Spitfire fighter pilot, Peter Walker, recalls the past and reveals the present, linking the two. Get along and take a flip with him in the old crate. Chocks away chaps.
Do try to get tickets for this performance as you will be moved, uplifted, enlightened and, I suspect, want to see it again.
If you thought the film was good, wait until you see this magical production. It will send you out with a warm glow and a touch of optimism for the future of humanity.
The four performers give a powerful and committed engagement with the subject matter, with very good individual performances as well as some great ensemble work.
This is a very moving, informative and thought provoking hour that will stay with you for a long time.
This is a most worthwhile endeavour and, if all goes well, marks the start of a project that will continue in future years.
This is a magnificent piece of theatre and definitely should not be missed, but hurry to book as seating is limited and the production closes on Sunday.
New theatre group, Early Worx in Theatre and Art, are presenting a brief season of three short works by well-known modern American writers: David Mamet. Neil LaBute and Christopher Durang.
The merit of this predictable play is in the acting. Guy Masterson and Joanne Hartstone give powerful performances as unlikeable university professor John and his irritating pupil Carol.
Richard Fry delicately blends pathos, humour, pain and joy in a bitter-sweet tale that is both moving and rewarding.
This is a sterling performance by Ross Gurney-Randell, encompassing all aspects of Mussolini's life and personality.
There is a vast collective wit at work in this production and these two excellent actors hold the attention of the audience tightly in their grasp as the performance unfolds
This is a stunning production and a magnificently rich and complex performance that should be high on your list of shows to see this Fringe.