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2021 Adelaide Fringe

Adelaide Fringe

Final-week Fringe picks

With just five days of Fringe to go, here are some of the four and five-star shows our reviewers recommend ­– plus an extra special performance you won’t want to miss.

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Fringe review: Jo Lawry

Jazz standards, folk-pop, a touch of rock, and an utterly transformed Kylie Minogue classic – singer Jo Lawry brought some serious class and versatility to her Fringe performances on the weekend. ★★★★

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Fringe review: Hughman

Hughman could be the happiest place in the world right now. With unbridled joy, Hugh Sheridan raises the bar, lifts spirits and serves up unadulterated fun. ★★★★

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Fringe review: Phil Stack

Audiences will most likely know Phil Stack as the bassist for Australian pop rock band Thirsty Merc, but he has stepped out from that success to command a stage of his own. ★★★ ½

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Fringe review: Bred

Be open to being challenged, be open to having the conversation. Bred creates a safe space between audience and performers where ideas and emotions are unpacked and connections are made. ★★★ ½

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Gluttony Gala 2021

Adelaide Fringe kicked off last week with guests attending the Gluttony Gala in Rymill Park.

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Fringe review: Egg

To freeze or not to freeze: is that the question? It’s hard to know how Erin Fowler ultimately feels about motherhood in this hybrid physical performance. ★★★

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Fringe review: DIЯT

A young Australian man visiting Moscow hooks up with a Russian tourist guide but it emerges that each has his own secrets and agenda, as playwright Angus Cameron’s wryly engaging thriller takes us through a labyrinth of misrepresentation. ★★★★  ½