Buried At Sea

Imagine that you’ve been told to resemble a distant relative… But, not just any ordinary relative. Your great, great uncle who fought in and sacrificed his life in Gallipoli. Now, think of digging into the history of his life and ending up intertwined in a frustrating adventure that ends in a satisfying closure-themed play. That’s... Continue Reading →

Anna Morris: Its got to be Perfect!

Everyone loves a good wedding, though perhaps no one as much as bride-to-be Georgina played by Anna Morris in the Adelaide Fringe show 'It's Got to be Perfect!' The performance acts as your exclusive invite to the wedding rehearsal - no, of course not an invite to the actual wedding of the century as there... Continue Reading →

Petrasexual

'Interesting' is certainly the word that comes to mind after walking out of Henrietta's at The Henry Austin once witnessing the cabaret/theatre performance titled Petrasexual. Deemed to be a performance entirely based around sex, relationships and sexuality, this show is certainly not for those that shy away from such topics. Star of the show, Petra... Continue Reading →

Boys that can Sing – Pretty Boys

Words by Emily Underwood What do you get when you mix the Russian Mafia with A Capella? An outrageous, dynamic and witty musical story by the name of ‘Pretty Boys’. Fans of A Capella, an energetic music genre that has gained significant popularity in recent years, will be enthralled by this comedy which sees an... Continue Reading →

Dragapella! starring The Kinsey Sicks

Daring, sublime, talented and overall entertaining – The Kinsey Sicks of Dragapella sure know how to please a crowd. After performing together for over 23 years and producing 9 albums, these drag queens will have you laughing and singing along to their four part harmonies for all the wrong reasons. ‘Are you looking for something... Continue Reading →

Confessions of a Piano Chick

Words by Emily Underwood 'Sing us a song, you're the piano chick!!' Becky Blake, a legendary pianist with a penchant for punchy jibes about her job, has delivered a show containing hilarious commentary on the ups and downs of being a performer. Having toured internationally for over 20 years, she is well versed in stories... Continue Reading →

Victorian Fashion Makes a Return

Words and images by Emily Underwood Laced corsets. Embroidered skirts. Dark fabrics. All give an air of elegance and mystery. One can imagine a Victorian lady in all the sophistication of the 1800’s fashion era. Except it’s not the 19th century, it’s a new fashion label that’s opened in Australia called Dark Thorn Clothing by... Continue Reading →

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