Bastard by name, bastard by nature. This year’s poster boy favourite proves he’s out to shake up the Fringe with an in-your-face show and a monster booty to match.
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Avenue Q is an enchanting and naughty musical romp through the ABCs of life. No one minds their Ps and Qs on this adults-only musical Muppet romp.
Pyjama Girl is a meditative and profound piece of theatre that gently exposes the myths and realities of violence between men and women.
Muhammad Ali, John Lennon, Billy Connolly, Meg Ryan, Dame Edna, and Bing Crosby may be stars on the world stage but one unassuming man upstages them all on Adelaide’s Festival Centre stage – Michael Parkinson.
Playwright Robert Harling has captured the indomitable spirits of six women in Steel Magnolias. Each woman has her own story, faces her own challenges and rises above them.
Four hundred years after it was written King Lear remains a frighteningly accurate account of rivalries, rejections and revenge within families.
A public giggle over the personal realities of aging: Menopause The Musical is a good laugh for women... and men too.
Bees, death, astrophysics, entymology, string theory, words, and most of all, relationships are...
Carmina Burana by Carl Orff must surely be one of the gems of 20th century composition.