Wild Bore | Malthouse

Wild Bore is not a play, in any conventionally narrative sense of the term. It is theatre as protest, as discussion, as polemic, as rebuttal; a bizarre, profane, stimulating, at times revolting and frequently hilarious grand guignol of highbrow ideas, low blows, bad taste, hot takes and bum jokes.

Meow Meow’s Pandemonium

Meow Meow is an incredible performer, her chill-inducing singing no less impressive that her hilarious comedic persona as the bossy, slightly bedraggled songstress determined to propel the show forward even as it falls to pieces around her, by sheer bloody-minded vivacity.

Nautilus | Trygve Wakenshaw

Wakenshaw fills his various scenes with such noises to flesh out not only action but character, as he physically acts out various improbable, hilarious and even downright surreal encounters in his extraordinarily limber, almost contortionist performance.

 

Walk of Fame Gala

This show celebrated the first 45 years of the life of the Adelaide Festival Centre and the new star-studded walkway on the East-west promenade along its River Torrens side.

 

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