Rose Callaghan’s comedic listicle is a welcome addition to the Rhino Room’s cracking line up. Callaghan runs us through a self-deprecating series of stories about feminism, sex, and a boyfriend with a closeted love for Dungeons and Dragons.
With many a comedic show under her belt, Callaghan remains refreshingly frank as an entertainer. She commands the room effectively and the audience interaction present only strengthens the performance. She’s pretty damn witty and it shows.
Callaghan’s material mostly sticks, and the audience seem to enjoy themselves. There are a few misses but overall it’s an enjoyable show (the Queer Eye references go down a treat).
Crude, bold, and generally light-hearted, this is a solid piece of stand-up that will certainly leave you giggling.
Star Rating: 3.5/5
Hot Dub Time Machine will be visiting Adelaide for the Wine Machine festival later this year and after this chat, we’re pretty damn keen.
Running since 2006, Oxjam is a global night of gigs. Entertaining some one million punters, Oxjam Adelaide is embracing local live music and engaging with all of us about one of their projects. This year, the focus is on food and climate.
“Drinking coffee, eating toasted sandwiches, travelling through phases of inspiration, elation and despair…” Just a few steps in the process of creating Holy Holy’s third studio album, My Own Pool of Light.
Under the Southern Stars Village will feature a range of fantastic installations, carnival rides, local food vendors, and market stalls.
As the new fashion season commences, Vogue Festival will take over the heart of the city from the 17th of October until the 19th of October.
The walls of the venue became his canvas, and we were all invited to participate in the painting. With every line screamed back onto the stage, it was collaborative, shared.
Big Smooth Cat from Dope Lemon, is one to listen to with a whiskey in one hand and a smoke in the other.
It is a direct antithesis to the breakable, synthetic materials and fast fashion that is churned out by chain stores en masse. McRae designs, sources materials, and sews each leather piece herself.
Charlie’s Marketplace, a sister store to Have You Met Charlie?, has opened its doors in Adelaide’s Regent Arcade.
Look, I don’t know what the cowboys of the wild west used to listen to as they trudged their way across the great plains of Texas, but I doubt it was too dissimilar to Dope Lemon’s banjo-ridden track Stonecutters.