Post Tagged with: "2012"

Posting up with Tom and Jon

Posting up with Tom and Jon

It’s getting near time for the 2013 NBA season, but with all the trades and happenings of late, it’s hard to know who to back. B-ball visionaries TOM NANCARROW and JOHNATHON BOYD give their low-down of what they expect to see unfold in the coming season.

Paralympian doing SA proud

Paralympian doing SA proud

On The Record’s SAMANTHA OKELY uncovers the inspiring story of a South Aussie who has been nominated for the 2012 Australian Paralmypic Team.
SA’s Jay Dohnt aimed for team submission ever since being diagnosed with Meningococcal disease in year 8, and now he’s made the team. Click below for more…

The Fringe doesn’t end in March

The Fringe doesn’t end in March

During each Adelaide Fringe, the streets are filled with events, art, food and music for one glorious month and then it just disappears until the next year- at least to the general public, writes RUSSELL JONES.

Adelaide’s Fringe Festival still a hit

Adelaide’s Fringe Festival still a hit

The 2012 Adelaide Fringe is over, how does this year compare? Is it running out of steam? FYQA MAAROF finds it it may well be the opposite…

Fringe Review: Ellipsis

Fringe Review: Ellipsis

She already met the man behind Ellipsis, but what did AMY LOUISE MAYNARD think of his ambitious stage show…

Fringe Review: Paroxysm Still Brings It

Fringe Review: Paroxysm Still Brings It

PAIGE MULHOLLAND went into the Paroxysm poetry gig not knowing what to expect. However, the informal atmosphere and raw verse showcased on the day was emotive and entertaining for even a poetry newbie.

Fringe Review: Cabaret Live

Fringe Review: Cabaret Live

Cabaret swings by Adelaide every year, but how can a person get into it if they’ve never been to a Cabaret show before? KATE FOREMAN braved the odds and took her first steps into a world of musically-charged performances, so what did she think?

Fringe Review: Best of British 2012

Fringe Review: Best of British 2012

It is Fringe time and down in the Bull & Bear’s somewhat intimate sized rooms, you can currently find a cracking lineup of unadulterated British comedy (very close up). writes JAKE GOODMAN.

Fringe Review: Beauty and the Bastard: A Spoonful of Disney

Fringe Review: Beauty and the Bastard: A Spoonful of Disney

A theatre audience littered with Cheshire Cats, Snow White costumes and Mickey Mouse ears hints at the content of this musical tribute routine.

LUCY AHERN steps into the Cabaret set of Beauty and the Bastard to find out if A Spoonful of Disney is a tale as old as time.

Fringe Review: Life is ‘An Unexpected Variety Show’

Fringe Review: Life is ‘An Unexpected Variety Show’

So what can we expect from a show named after its very own mystique? SARAH SPENCER interviews Jenny Wynter from ‘An Unexpected Variety Show’ to find out what this cabaret comedy show has in store.