This Asian feature film starts off as a quirky love story between two ‘weirdos’ but makes a risky gear change mid-romance.
Eric Clapton is widely known as one of history’s guitar greats, but did you know his racist on-stage rant at a 1976 Birmingham concert also pegs him as the catalyst of the English punk scene’s triumphant movement Rock Against Racism?
Blending big band sounds of the ’30s and ’40s with contemporary house, the Parov Stelar Band treated a standing-room-only crowd to a one-off, high-energy Adelaide Festival performance.
Based on a 1917 story by Kafka, this powerful solo performance about a primate’s struggle to overcome the confines of captivity shows that history does repeat itself. ★★★★ ½
The Greek tragic love story Orpheus is brought to life in this Fringe show at the Adelaide Botanic Gardens, where roses and bats make the perfect minimalist setting. ★★★★½
Chronic illness is too often undiscussed in today’s society and disability is even worse, with the prefix ‘dis’ meaning ‘the negative of’, but Floral Peroxide ensures Fringe won’t fall into the trap of conforming to these dissociative norms. ★★★★