Veitch’s online adventures are comedic fables for the twenty-first century.
If you only head to one show with an agenda this Fringe, this is probably the one you want. Glittery Clittery is a dazzling, hilarious musical extravaganza about the patriarchy.
Randy’s Anti-Crisis will have you questioning your beliefs as well as your life choises. Definitely not your usual type of comedy show where jokes are made about growing up with embarrassing parents or the usual digs at current world leaders.
Darren Hassan catches up with singer/musician Michael Griffiths, who is returning to Adelaide for the 2014 Adelaide Fringe with both his hit shows, "In Vogue: Songs by Madonna" and "Sweet Dreams: Songs by Annie Lennox".
Jock’s trap was such a treat that the venue was overcrowded, but even sitting sideways Hill proved his worth. If you like to laugh until your face aches, don’t miss this show.
The roars of laughter, singing along and gasps at the level these two will go to, are testament to the fun that you’ll have with EastEnd Cabaret.
Australia’s first international drag act returns to the Adelaide Fringe for another high camp, gender bending film tribute.
Die Roten Punkte (The Red Dots) are a late night Fringe comedy staple, having returned to Adelaide for a number of consecutive years now. This ‘best of’ show is a must for seasoned fans and new fans alike.
It’s easy to see why Sticks, Stones, Broken Bones was nominated for Best Puppetry Show at last year’s Adelaide Fringe.