A one-woman stage comedy turned hit BBC TV series will make its Adelaide Fringe debut with a 'horrific and incredibly charming anti-heroine' taking centre-stage.
An intense, emotion-charged atmosphere is created in this experimental theatre show which explores the topic of immigration through the experiences of a pair of Middle Eastern women caught between two worlds. ★★★★
For many South Australians, the Ferris wheel brings back childhood memories of springtime rides at the show, but those recollections will be turned upside-down when the ride morphs into an 18+ speed-dating venue for Fringe.
The new Fringe show from the producers of Limbo, Cantina and Blanc de Blanc is a quirky and fun fusion of acrobatics, comedy, song and dance – complete with a large inflatable bouncy house. ★★★½
Guests were invited to Adelaide Fringe hub Gluttony to celebrate the premiere of new ‘adult circus’ and cabaret show ‘Rouge’.
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.
Academic and author Clive Hamilton’s exposé about China’s influence in Australia will be published on the eve of his appearance at Adelaide Writers’ Week next month after Hardie Grant acquired the world rights to the book.
Adelaide Writers' Week outgoing director Laura Kroetsch talks to InDaily about some of this year's key themes, author highlights, and how she feels about presenting her final instalment of the popular literary event.
Toy tanks, Action Man figures, parsley, potting soil and powdered sugar are among the miniature props and everyday items used to recreate the horrors of the battlefront in Dutch live-animation company Hotel Modern’s Adelaide Festival show The Great War.
Marking the centenary of the 1918 Armistice and featuring a cast of 215 people, Brink Productions' theatrical adaptation of poet Alice Oswald’s Memorial is a reflection on both the horror of war and what it is to be human.
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. ★★★★
Don't think you're afraid of the dark? You might change your tune after you experience the imaginative terror of 'Séance', writes Trista Coulter. ★★★★★
Part of a suite of three comedic plays being presented by actor, writer and 'science communicator' John Hinton, 'Origin of Species' is a thoroughly entertaining romp about Charles Darwin’s scientific discoveries, writes Jo Vabolis. ★★★★
In-yer-face UK theatre show ‘Flesh & Bone’ takes audiences deep down into the 'gutters' of East London, where Shakespearean-style verse meets Cockney slang and 'the villains do rock and roll'. ★★★★½
A series of high-powered laser beams will transport South Australians from North Terrace to the North Pole as part of tonight's Adelaide Fringe opening festivities.
Molly Taylor's 'Love Letters to the Public Transport System' is an emotional and engaging hour of storytelling that reminds us to celebrate unexpected encounters and everyday experiences, writes reviewer Jo Vabolis. ★★★★
Malcolm Turnbull will be turning up in the Garden of Unearthly Delights over Adelaide Fringe. Well, not the actual Malcolm Turnbull but the actual comedian Lawrence Mooney, channelling the PM - with a few special guests.
Saltbush – Children’s Cheering Carpet has entertained kids around the world, but its co-creator says the interactive Adelaide Fringe experience also teaches parents a thing or two about Indigenous culture.
A Fringe experience that will have you talking for hours afterwards and might change the way you love. That's what Red Bastard promises from 'Lie With Me’, a show that has provoked surprising – sometimes shocking – revelations.