Oprah and Ellen ain't got nothing on these two!
Young Australian comedian, Sam Kissajukian, spills the beers on the vices and virtues of his infatuation with alcohol and the messes it can create (other than that of bodily fluids).
Adelaide-local Leigh Qurban showcases relatable comedy at its finest.
Lauren Bok bring her award winning style to Adelaide to break down everything which is the modern Fringe show.
Disgruntled actor Garry Starr, has just been kicked out of the Royal Shakespeare Company for ill-defined reasons.
At the end of 2015, comedian Marcel Blanch-De Wilt got married and it was all fairly normal. But, his Best Man made a rather unusual speech.
Stop Stopping The Unstoppable! Think about that title for a moment. It makes sense! And it is the topic of a very funny pseudo-motivational seminar
Best Before comically explores how most, if not all, things are 'best before' or have a 'use by' date
Sometimes the sheer enormity of the Fringe can be overwhelming – where does one start among the thousands of shows? Red Fez Tours The Fringe takes care of that problem
Zach Zucker first appeared last year teaming up with Australian comedic clown Tom Walker and this year with Norwegian clown Viggo Venn. Also this year, he is performing his one-man show.
It helps to be familiar with the Bard’s version of Hamlet, so you can keep up and not lose track of who is who. However that’s half the fun!
On the last day of the ski season, three trapped snowboarders must escape a zombie invasion with the help of a rather unique female innkeeper.
On Friday, 21st August, 'Paramount' will bring together 30 plus local emerging artists spanning fashion, music, visual and performing arts, music and more for a one night extravaganza at the The Producers.
RAW: Scope, showed off the best of Adelaide’s natural born artists in a 4-hour extravaganza of Visual Art, Fashion, Music, Photography, Performing Arts, Hair & Makeup.
Mel Brooks wrote this 12 Tony Award winning musical, based on the Academy Award winning 1968 hit film starring Zero Mostel and Gene Wilder, which he also wrote and directed.
The innovative theatre company, Slingsby, has joined forces with State Opera to create a “family opera”, based on the nonsense poetry of Edward Lear.