Adelaide author Katerina Bryant’s new book about the experience of living with chronic illness resonated strongly with reviewer Heather Taylor Johnson – especially during the recent isolated times.
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.
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. ★★★★
Poignant and relatable stories that marry sadness with humour hold an audience spellbound in writer Tracy Crisp’s solo show The Forgettory – a sell-out at the Adelaide Fringe which is back for a season at Bakehouse Theatre.
Columbus, Tallahassee, Wichita and Little Rock – the gang is back and they’re still killing the undead, only now there’s a new breed of evolved zombies to tackle.