Review: Petty Bitches

In their triumphant return to the Adelaide Fringe, critically acclaimed duo Tash York and Boo Dwyer are here to embrace our inner pettiness in an hour-long conference of infectious musical…

Review: Queer House Rules!

Expectations were high for Guy Henderson’s playwriting debut with theatrical production Queer House Rules! While settling into your seat at the Rumpus venue, the anticipation builds. You cannot help but…

Review: The Book of Faz

Praise his name and hallelujah! In the debut of his one-man show, Tasmanian theatre maker Michael Fazackerley takes his audience on a comedic journey through time as he exposes his…

Review: Horrendous

Life is supposed to be a balancing act. But, it can be difficult when the negatives outweigh the positives—when the light at the end of the tunnel seems dim. Even…

Review: Confessions from the Bell Jar

Sylvia Plath is one of the most revered poets of the twentieth century. When reading her work, you notice how she’s able to capture what is sometimes hidden in the…

This drag witch is bringing a touch of sorcery to the Adelaide Fringe

Double, double toil and trouble. There’s a witch in our midst and they’re casting a spell on this year’s Adelaide Fringe festival. While they don’t carry a broomstick or (likely)…