It is 1936 Berlin and two female German-Jewish athletes train feverishly for the chance to win gold at the ‘Nazi Olympics’ in Henry Naylor’s powerful new play. ★★★★
Rundle Park hub The Garden of Unearthly Delights hosted an opening night party to celebrate the start of its 2019 Adelaide Fringe program.
Audience members will need to strap themselves in to keep up with Serena Manteghi’s powerhouse performance in this award-winning play about a feisty teenager who finds herself pregnant and alone in a seaside town. ★★★★
Guest will smash slabs of chilli chocolate to the accompaniment of a rousing Shostakovich string quartet in an intimate food-meets-music experience presented by the ASQ and Post Dining in new Adelaide Fringe hub Masonic Lodge.
With no fourth wall and no safe seats, Little Death Club is a place where anything can happen, says kabarett artist and ‘queen of Weimar punk’ Bernie Dieter.
A talent scout from hit TV show America’s Got Talent will be among 242 delegates from 25 countries looking to discover new acts at next month’s Adelaide Fringe.
Adelaide Fringe has today released its 2019 program and it’s bigger than ever, with a large increase in circus and theatre shows and a host of quirky new venues – including a laundromat, caravan park and hot-air balloon.