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Feb07

Eurgh! It’s Rhys Nicholson!

POSTED ON // Friday, 07 February 2014 Written by // Peter Burdon

Eurgh! It’s Rhys Nicholson!

The evil puppy of Australian comedy, Rhys Nicholson debuts his new solo show Eurgh at the Adelaide Fringe. He spoke to Peter Burdon.

Feb06

Très Gay Cabaret

POSTED ON // Thursday, 06 February 2014 Written by // Peter Burdon

Très Gay Cabaret

With a title like 50 Shades of Gay, the Adelaide debut of Melbourne singers Ginger and Tonic is something to look forward to. Peter Burdon spoke to co-creator Jane Patterson.

Feb05

Whitwell’s Art of Glass

POSTED ON // Wednesday, 05 February 2014 Written by // Peter Burdon

Whitwell’s Art of Glass

ARIA Award-winning pianist Sally Whitwell will perform works by Philip Glass and Michael Nyman at a special Adelaide Fringe concert.

Feb04

No Man’s Land

POSTED ON // Tuesday, 04 February 2014 Written by // Lachlan Bennett

No Man’s Land

Privates on Parade debuted in 1977, wowing audiences in its exploration of gays in the military. It will lift spirits, more than thirty years on, thanks to a revival by New Theatre, part of this year’s Mardi Gras festival. Lachlan Bennett reports.

Feb03

All in the family

POSTED ON // Monday, 03 February 2014 Written by // Lachlan Bennett

 All in the family

Darlinghurst Theatre Company’s Mardi Gras festival offering, Falsettos, is a timely piece on manhood, marriage and the modern family, writes Lachlan Bennett.

Feb03

Love Lies Bleeding

POSTED ON // Monday, 03 February 2014 Written by // Cec Busby

Love Lies Bleeding

The power of song proves a turning point in Russ Vickery’s tale of domestic violence, My Other Closet, part of the Mardi Gras festival. Cec Busby reports.

Feb03

Review: Black Diggers

POSTED ON // Monday, 03 February 2014 Written by // Veronica Hannon

Review: Black Diggers

When a newly formed country called Australia joined Britain in August 1914, to face and repel the Hun, over 400 Indigenous servicemen signed up to fight. Their stories, buried in history for 100 years, have found their way to the stage in this Queensland Theatre Company and Sydney Festival co-production.

Feb03

Brace, brace, brace! It’s Pam Ann!

POSTED ON // Monday, 03 February 2014 Written by // Cec Busby

Brace, brace, brace! It’s Pam Ann!

The acerbic queen of the skies, Pam Ann, crash lands in Sydney this Mardi Gras for the world premiere of her new show, Plane Filthy. Her creator,Caroline Reid, speaks with Cec Busby