After a sold out debut and a host of awards at last year's Adelaide Fringe and other festivals since, Gingzilla: Glamonster vs the World is back for another season at Gluttony and we couldn't be more excited to see our favourite Glamonster take the stage again.
The Gizmo by Verity Laughton adapted from Paul Jennings’ book, is a fun theatre show for the family with a cast of three.
This year the American comedy troupe, Sound & Fury, consisting of Richard, Patrick and 'newbie' Clayton thumb their noses at the great Romance classic, Cyrano de Bergerac with their version, Cyranose!
Night-time. A country lane. Two men training run into their past and into their future. A simple exploration of what it means to be alive. Two mates are preparing to run the New York marathon, and on the surface level, this play is a snapshot of a routine training session. Soon, however, familiar landmarks go unobserved, and a metaphysical fog blankets the characters. All is not what it seems.
This one man show was devised and written by Jeff Achtem of Bunk Puppets and local performer Hew Parham was brought on board last year to meet the demand for this international hit which has played to sell out audiences across the world.
Audiences will eat up this mixed bag of acrobatic and cabaret entertainers in a late-night, adults-only variety performance.
Essentially a ‘greatest hits’ of popular moments from the 12 episodes Fawlty Towers series, Faulty Towers – The Dining Experience sets off the laugh-factor at high wattage from the very start.
'Have You Tried Yoga?' was developed through interviews and ideas from the public combined with Rachel Edmonds’ experience and understanding of living and working with a disability.
The California Crooners Club was toe tapping from start to finish, with their velvet vocals, free-flowing charisma, and an audience hungry for it.
For over a decade, German entertainer Hans has ruled the Adelaide roost. Frequently covered in feathers and sequins, he has ensured this fair city has shaken off its lethargic conservatism. With accordion in hand, Hans knows how to use his fingers to good effect.
Here are some of the topics Flanagan gets through in her show. Sex. Reality TV. Cleaners. Porn. Honey where there shouldn’t be honey. Cirque du Solei
Adelaide-local Leigh Qurban showcases relatable comedy at its finest.
This was a terrific, value-for-money show, presented with tightness, energy and passion.
A woman bumbles through life from one misadventure to another finding solace in all the wrong ways as she tries to deal with a recent tragedy. This is the play that started the hit BBC-TV comedy series.
Meet your (pretend) friend at The Jade and share in a cup of coffee while you nut out the final details for the event of the year. It's a unique interactive experience for one person at a time!
Single woman of unknown age, Nikki Britton, brings to this year’s Fringe Romanticide; her comedic tales of love, selfish sex, devastating break ups, and the horrors of single life.
Trevor Ashley is a multi-faceted performer and drag artist who has built up a stellar career. From starring in popular theatre productions such as Hairspray and The Producers to his own shows like Liza (on an E), Ashley has run the full spectrum of entertainment.
This beautifully put-together show is absolutely what cabaret should be.
The Colour Orange shows the strange trajectory that saw Pauline Hanson being elected to the Senate in 2016. This show takes the audience on a whistle stop tour of the highlights – or should that be low lights – of Hanson’s political journey.
Michael Shafar is a good 27 year old Jewish boy from Melbourne who writes for Channel 10's The Project, and is very, very funny.