After wowing audiences with their Adelaide Festival spectacular The Pulse, local company Gravity & Other Myths has announced a surprise ‘renegade’ Fringe season of another new show featuring eight acrobats and a five-piece jazz band.
WOMADelaide holds a special place in the hearts of Vika and Linda Bull. And as they return to the festival after releasing a chart-topping anthology album and going viral during lockdown, the sisters are set to begin a new chapter.
Cabaret duo Sophie Smyth and Ryan Smedley draw on their own life experiences in an irreverent, award-winning Fringe show that seeks to debunk some of the myths about people with Asperger’s syndrome – including that they’re not funny.
Taking place in the middle of a 10-pin bowling alley, Restless Dance Theatre’s Guttered is a colourful, engaging performance that encourages audiences to ponder the dignity of risk and the art of failure. So, do you consider yourself a risk taker?
It only took one night for InDaily arts editor Suzie Keen to fall in love with Adelaide and its arts scene.
With powerhouse vocals, sexy dance moves and more sequins than an entire season of Ru Paul’s Drag Race, this disco inferno will make you itch to shake your groove thing. ★★★★