COVID-19 pandemic: how to keep calm and look after ourselves and others

The word pandemic may instill feelings of fear, panic and uncertainty, but it doesn’t have to. Recently, news headlines have been dominated by updates on the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.…

Review: A Thousand Cranes

Just outside Adelaide’s Himeji Gardens, a troop of five young performers bring the story of Sadako Sasaki and her thousand cranes to life. The Gemini Collective received the Australian Theatre…

Review: Mugenkyo Taiko Drummers

Theatre, drumming finesse, and an incredible energy combine as Mugenkyo Taiko Drummers make their rhythmically and visually enthralling debut at the Adelaide Fringe.  Having recently celebrated 25 years of Taiko…

Review: State of Emergency

Featuring three dance stories by Alive Contemporary Dance Company, State of Emergency reaches into the human mind to consider ponderings of freedom, consequence, and responsibility. The montage of flora and…

Dance to Cuban rhythms: Lazaro Numa brings new show Mi Cuba to the Adelaide Fringe

Cuban-born trumpeter and composer Lazaro Numa will showcase the story of Cuban music in the Adelaide Fringe premiere of his show Mi Cuba. With a seven-piece band, stage dancers, and…

Review: Bubba-Licious

If you go down to the Fringe this year, you’re sure of a big surprise. Inside a cosy tent, Bubba-Licious adventurers follow Kat Grey through forest and sea in a…

Disney fans be delighted, a chat with Laura Desmond

South Australian Laura Desmond of Big Mood made her debut at the Adelaide Fringe in 2017. Desmond knows the bare necessities of entertainment and will partner with Benjamin Maio Mackay,…

Family Fun time at the Fringe 2020

Who says parents can’t come out and play? Entertaining a little person can be a tough gig, but this year’s Adelaide Fringe rises to the challenge with a variety of…