As a self-described “footy loving boy from the suburbs” Mr Helliar packs a hell of a lot more into a show than anyone has a right to deserve.
This year marks Ali McGregor’s 6th year performing at the Adelaide Fringe with her new show ‘Ali McGregor’s Alchemy’.
Leonie Cohen takes to the keys, as Liesel Knieval enters in black trench coat and hat to introduce herself as Lolly P Jones, a 1930s style private detective.
Feathers, Sequins and Song…and it’s not a drag show. The girls are girls and the boys are boys, albeit highly decorated.
Professor Leonard Grad and Miss Elle May Rose, travelling showfolk host the show. The aim is to promote Porcelain Punch, a cure-all magic drink.
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.
The Inheritance is one of those joys of life, a witty comedy. Come and visit Sammy J and his best friend, Randy.
Achtem uses both his hands and feet simultaneously to produce the clever imagery, most times in sight of the audience so they can marvel at his ingenuity.
Tom Gleeson's show Good One at The Garden of Unearthly Delights is the first show I have seen at The Adelaide Fringe this year and it was a great way to start off the season.
A feature in this year's Garden of Unearthly Delights is an unusually tapered structure towering on the lawn, demanding comment from passers by.
Soap: The Show, a human circus of eight highly skilled, gorgeous performers that centre their acts around six bathtubs.
The Magnets are a sonic sensation hailing from the UK, and are not to be missed.
Not one for the children, but a deliciously devilish return season for anyone who missed it last year.