Five artists whose work challenges perceptions about Africa will transform a city street during a festival this weekend showcasing African music, art, food and culture.
Gospolation, presented by Adelaide choir the Gospo Collective, is a pure display of unbridled enthusiasm for singing. ★★★
The Adelaide Fringe hosted a VIP party to celebrate last Saturday’s street parade and the opening of the 2017 festival.
From the moment the darkness is pierced by a soaring female voice and the rhythm of a single drumbeat, you know you won’t be disappointed by the Soweto Gospel Choir. ★★★★
InDaily photographer Tony Lewis has captured some of the sights and tastes – from espresso martinis to fairy floss and Nutella pizza – at Adelaide Fringe outdoor hubs.
Don your detective cap and light your pipe… it’s time to channel your inner Sherlock for Adelaide Escape Hunt: Spy on the Beach. ★★★★
New Orleans-inspired food and drink was a focus of the Fat Tuesday Street Party held on Vardon Avenue to celebrate the opening of the 2017 Adelaide Fringe.
My Adelaide Fringe began with a laugh and 10 ripped bodies hanging from poles. ★★★★½
Eleanor’s Story: An American Girl in Hitler’s Germany is a remarkable and moving solo performance based on the true story of a young American girl caught in World War II Berlin. ★★★★★
If you’re going to a show called Children are Stinky and it’s put on by a circus act, you can guess what you might be in for – and with this show, you’d be right. ★★★★
What would you endure for the sake of love? Would you share your beloved with another? Break the law on two continents? Contemplate the taking of a life? ★★★
Magician Robbie Kay’s one-hour show features a selection of mind-bending card tricks, old-school levitation and entertaining examples of illusion. ★★★
Greg Fleet's Signifying Nothing is a modern version of Shakespeare's Macbeth, but instead of a Scottish general, Macbeth is a Liberal Party politician spurred on to greater heights – becoming premier – by his scheming wife. ★★★