The Lab Closing Gala
Mar
17
7:00 PM19:00

The Lab Closing Gala

The Lab is a new theatre & art exhibition space for the 2018 Adelaide Fringe. The venue will feature an eclectic program of cabaret, music, theatre & art by Australian performers and visual artists. Come join us for a night of revelry, food & drink with our featured artists to celebrate the closing of this amazing space and the end of the 2018 Adelaide Fringe.

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Louise & Sally on Tin Pan Alley
Mar
12
to Mar 16

Louise & Sally on Tin Pan Alley

Two award-winning acclaimed artists. Two musical worlds. Tin Pan Alley’s hits are reimagined with “luxurious and sophisticated” arrangements that cross boundaries between classical and jazz. INTERNATIONALLY ACCLAIMED soprano Louise Page OAM and APRA 2017 AWARD WINNER jazz pianist Sally Greenaway give the Great American Song Book a fresh twist.

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THAT'S LIFE
Mar
9
to Mar 11

THAT'S LIFE

Following the roaring success of the premiere, THAT'S LIFE is back!!! With Carla’s unique and powerful stage presence, THAT’S LIFE is a highly charged, compelling & raw piece of Cabaret. “She has such vivacious charm on stage, winning the audience with her snarky humour and wonderfully expressive face. ★★★★★ " Glam Adelaide. Directed by Vince Fusco

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The Executioners
Mar
8
to Mar 12

The Executioners

Award-winning chanteuse is bringing a brand spanking new, fierce, and tightly choreographed new breed of contemporary cabaret to the stage, stripping down to the core essence of her artistic mission statement: to hold the world accountable through mischievous mockery, passing her judgement and rattling cages. Off with their self-serving heads.

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Allen
Mar
6
to Mar 10

Allen

A murderous, sarcastic, sexy, dark comedy of Freudian proportions! Ever wondered what psychiatrist’s talk about when they get together? You...they talk about you...you narcissist! But what if your psychiatrist has more problems than you do? Who do they talk to? Dr Jeremy Roberts is a psychiatrist with issues but, is Allen here to help or hinder?

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Fame, Fortune & Lies: The Life and Music of Eileen Joyce
Mar
3
to Mar 4

Fame, Fortune & Lies: The Life and Music of Eileen Joyce

Skyrocketing to stardom in the 1930s, Eileen Joyce was an Australian household name as a concert pianist, fashionista and film star. Pianist and actor, Julia Hastings stars as Eileen in her original one-woman show – sharing the dramatic story of this almost forgotten cultural icon and playing the music which became the soundtrack to Eileen's life.

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Mental As Everything
Mar
2
to Mar 4

Mental As Everything

Damon Smith has spent 50,000 hours of his life checking on stoves & involuntarily spinning in circles. Join Damon, along with his nervous cohort, Adam Coad, as they take you on a journey through the obsessive and compulsive mind with hilarious onstage buffoonery & songs about anxiety. ‘Damon Smith on piano is a blues/boogie virtuoso.’ - Clothesline

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Grand Delusions - Kid Dingo
Feb
27
9:00 PM21:00

Grand Delusions - Kid Dingo

A sophisticated, sentient 23-year old piano is not impressed; she's been bought for a precocious eight year old. But she must make friends with her master or fall into disuse as he grows up. Told through the songs of Perth based rapper-songwriter Kid Dingo, this is a story of growing up, self love, and identity.

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The Hummingbird Effect
Feb
24
to Feb 28

The Hummingbird Effect

From the creative team behind A Case of You comes the enchanting true story of what happens when a chance encounter with a stranger sets in motion life changing events. If you've ever been on the verge of giving up your dreams, then you will love this tale of how the smallest interaction between strangers can have the greatest impact on your life.

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Look Mum...No Hands!!! (The Legless Bar Years)
Feb
24
to Mar 4

Look Mum...No Hands!!! (The Legless Bar Years)

Following 3 SOLD OUT seasons in Queensland, the Legless Bar comes to Adelaide Fringe!! If you are looking for a show full of laughter, music, random trivia, a karaoke battle and heartwarming stories then look no further!! Indelabilityarts are Qld's first fully professional inclusive theatre company. All performances are Auslan interpreted.

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Scarred For Life
Feb
23
to Mar 4

Scarred For Life

Have you ever had your boyfriend watch you pee into a bottle? Josh Belperio has. Back from a sold-out fringe season, Josh tells the story of his bike accident, heralded by Andrew Bolt ‘man falls off bike, becomes star’. With original songs, witness Josh surgically dissect his hospital trauma ‘while leaving the audience in stitches’ ★★★★★ – Scenestr

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Smells Like Teen Spirit
Feb
22
to Mar 11

Smells Like Teen Spirit

Smells Like Teen Spirit shares the stories of 19 teenagers who are considered at risk by school counselors and the youth justice system. Set in the late 90's the performance allows audiences to understand these teenage sufferings and through the grieving process follow their journey to find hope and acceptance.

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Mutations
Feb
21
to Mar 17

Mutations

Michelle Fedornak is a multimedia artist with a Bachelor in Visual Arts (painting) and undertaking an additional Bachelor of Creative Arts (digital media). Mutations explores themes of duality in life; concurrent multiple states of emotional being, ranging from fury to isolation and ambivalence, expressed through symbolic animal and celestial icons.

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Under The Lens
Feb
21
to Mar 17

Under The Lens

While everyone else is shooting the obvious, Susan Belperio points her camera in the opposite direction. Her photographic pot-pourri takes you through a life focused on finding the extraordinary in the ordinary, the surreal in the real, and the beauty in the plain. 'Well taken... the message sneaks up and surprises us' – Brisbane Courier Mail.

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Traces Of Cherry
Feb
21
to Mar 17

Traces Of Cherry

A timely exhibition of new work by Mildura-based artist Heather Lee who visually probes beyond the superficialities of the humble, but often revered, cricket ball to pay tribute to the Aboriginal cricketers who made up the first Australian team to tour England in 1868.

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