There’s never a dull moment in Rouge, a sexy, energetic and tongue-in-cheek Fringe ‘circus for grown-ups’, writes reviewer Anna Solding. ★★★★
The poetry and stories of World War I are brought vividly to life in Guy Masterson’s solo Fringe show 'Anthem for a Doomed Youth' at the Bakehouse Theatre. ★★★½
In today’s Poet’s Corner, Martha Landman again reflects on Adelaide’s much-in-the-news trams, as well as on times past remembered while aboard them.
The Garden of Unearthly Delights hosted an opening night party in Rundle Park ahead of the official Adelaide Fringe opening.
Oh, how I wanted to love this show by Cal Wilson, the feisty Kiwi with multi-coloured hair who has been adopted over the years by Australian comedic panel TV shows. ★★½
American teenager Eleanor survived World War II in Berlin. Now she’s returning to the US for the hardest year of her life – without her German mother and young siblings, but with the trauma that comes from years of war. ★★★★
The State Theatre Company of SA will kick off its 2018 season with a timely production that draws on actual accounts of sexual violence to shine a light on the 'sometimes dark off-field culture' of Australia’s football fraternity.
Stop sitting back and watching the Fringe festival happen around you – it’s time to step up and get interactive with 'Escape from Wonderland', writes Ali Moylan. ★★★★
Loucas Loizou presents a striking and intimate retelling of the ancient Greek Oedipus myth in a one-man show being presented at the Adina Treasury Tunnels and other venues during Adelaide Fringe. ★★★
Children’s show Dinosaur Time Machine is a two-person, humorous performance in which hosts Paul and Kaz teach their audience about the mighty beasts that once ruled the world. ★★★★