High Performance Packing Tape is back in Adelaide and bringing the stationary cupboard with it for a performance that highlights how physical theatre comes together.
Erin Fowler’s work is often very personal. She is also unashamedly willing to have a dialog about important female issues that are far too often experienced by so many members of the community but not spoken about publicly.
Winner of the Best Comedy Adelaide Fringe Weekly Award 2019, the lads from The Latebloomers are back in 2020 with Scotland! - a physical comedy demonstrating their take on everything Scottish.
Stuck in the Narrowest Path is an immersive experience of physical theatre, taking its audience on a somewhat violent, uniquely located and sometimes humorous journey through the behind-the-scenes rooms of the Adelaide Festival Centre.
Sir David Attenborough, that world famous Naturalist and wild life documentary film maker makes a very welcome appearance at the Bakehouse this Fringe (or does he?)
Man With the Iron Neck will have you gasping in wonder at its high-flying actors one minute and wrenching at your heart strings the next.
"Scotland!" is a frantic, zany homage to almost everything Scottish, as performed by British physical theatre group The Latebloomers
The crew behind Gravity and Other Myths spent time in France perfecting their newest show, which focuses on the creation of life from the smallest beginnings.
Simon Wright brings a new sense of comedy and physical theatre to the Bally at Gluttony for his Adelaide Fringe show Totally Plucked.
The year is 2100. The Earth has been entirely obliterated and Humankind along with it - except for one man, American Astronaut Captain James Briggs. Thus begins Cut Mustard's space opera/odyssey 2100: A Space Novelty
Director Shannan Ely has reprised her graduate show for this Fringe performance. The show sets out to examine ‘what it is to be divinely feminine, brutally violent and powerful’ by interweaving the parts of Euripides’ Greek tragedy The Bacchae with contemporary stories of modern women.
This is what true Fringe shows should be - different, highly imaginative, innovative, punchy, pacy and funny.
This is a show that re-imagines the idea of fearing the Big Bad Wolf within today’s anxiety-provoking society, approachably discussing mental illness in a way never before seen
A highly self-aware, unpretentious comedy with dashes of mild nudity and displays of physical circus skills was a joy to experience.
The Bean Counter is literally what the title states; the audience witnesses (and participates in) the comedic events within an international jelly bean counting competition, with our slightly odd ‘official bean counter’.
Hailing from all over Australia the performers of Elixir combine old school slap stick comedy with new school death defying acrobatics
Le Noir brings to Adelaide a darker side of Cirque du Soleil with many of the professional athletes and performers presenting complex circus routines in a unique production.
Papillon is an intimate cabaret production with a series of short, circus-inspired acts presenting the physical strengths and balance of all the performers.
Freefall explores how subtle and everyday fears can define who we are and the choices we make using honesty, humour and high level group acrobatics.