Archive for Category: "Adelaide Fringe"

Fringe Review: Abbott! The Musical

Fringe Review: Abbott! The Musical

Abbott! The Musical. The very name brings a wry smile to your lips. After all what could be better than political satire about Australia’s most gaffe prone and incompetent Prime Minister in decades set to music. ASHLEIGH PISANI reviews.

Fringe Review: Brillig’s Speakeasy Sessions

Fringe Review: Brillig’s Speakeasy Sessions

Ever wanted to experience what Prohibition era Adelaide was like? Well look no further then Brillig’s Speakeasy Sessions at the Grace Emily Hotel. ASHLEIGH PISANI reviews.

Fringe Review: Dash and D’Bree Fierce

Fringe Review: Dash and D’Bree Fierce

Fierce. Freedom. Feminism. That’s what Dash and D’Bree Fierce evokes. ASHLEIGH PISANI reviews Dash and D’Bree Fierce.

Fringe Review: Em Rusciano is NOT a Diva

Fringe Review: Em Rusciano is NOT a Diva

It seemed every woman in Adelaide was at the Royalty Theatre on Saturday night for what turned out to be the ultimate girls night out. ASHLEIGH PISANI reviews Em Rusciano is NOT a Diva.

Fringe Review: Best of Adelaide Fringe: International Comedy Showcase

Fringe Review: Best of Adelaide Fringe: International Comedy Showcase

Best of Adelaide Fringe: International Comedy Showcase had moments of hilarity while some of its humour fell flat, writes ASHLEIGH PISANI.

Fringe fun in the streets

Fringe fun in the streets

This year, the Fringe Festival was host to many street theatre performances held in Rundle Mall and Gluttony writes KATHERINE COX.

A Splash of colour for Adelaide

A Splash of colour for Adelaide

Mad March is officially behind us, so what is there left to do in Adelaide? Plenty! AMELIA PINNA reports.

‘Mad March’ costs visitors a fortune

‘Mad March’ costs visitors a fortune

Tourists are confronted with prices more than double the average when travelling to Adelaide during the festival season of March. The large crowds create a high demand for flights and accommodation, which allows airlines and hotels to raise their prices substantially, reports DANELLA SMITH.

Mad March Hangover?

Mad March Hangover?

Normally Adelaide suffers from withdrawal following the excitement of Mad March, but fortunately this year new pop-up bar Little Miss Mexico will remain open. SARAH HANCOCK reports.

From ‘pop-up’ to ‘popped-up’

From ‘pop-up’ to ‘popped-up’

The Adelaide Fringe Festival is a time when it sometimes seems Adelaideians harbour a secret from the rest of Australia. One hot topic surrounding this year’s festival progamme concerns the regulations made by the Adelaide City Council (ACC), whereby additional pop-up bars and venues were permitted. CORALIE REDDEN explains.