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Adelaide Fringe '19: Nazeem Hussain "Basic Idiot"

Anh Ngo

We’ve all heard the age old saying “Never discuss politics or religion in polite company” right? Well, apparently no-one told Nazeem Hussain.

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Adelaide Fringe '19 Review: Bitch On Heat

Caitlin Ellen

You can expect dancing with empty suits and humping centre props and probably leaving confused with what you just saw with this Fringe show.

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Wrapping up the 2018 season at the Garden

Natalie Carfora

Well, it's finally over. Can you believe it? As always, the 2018 Festival season has sped by and we are ready to head into a temporary hibernation. 

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Adelaide Fringe 18' Review: Kevin Quantum's Anti-Gravity

Gerasimos Canatselis

Prepare to defy the laws of physics with magic in Kevin Quantum's Anti-Gravity.

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Wil Anderson's Wilegal @ The Fringe!

Harrison Schultz

Back with brand new material, Wil Anderson's Wilegal will have you applauding, laughing and potentially overthinking every move you make next time you board a plane.

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Adelaide Fringe ’18 Review: Nazeem Hussain

Bianca Iovino

Former resident of the celebrity jungle, Nazeem Hussain, trades in Network Ten for the Adelaide Fringe with his brand new comedy show, No Pain No Hussain.

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Adelaide Fringe ’18 Review: Baby Wants Candy: The Completely Improvised Full Band Musical!

Georgia Brass

It’s easy to see why Baby Wants Candy has had three back to back sold out seasons at the Edinburgh Fringe.

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Adelaide Fringe ’18 Review: Best of the Edinburgh Fest

Georgia Brass

Best of the Edinburgh Fest sees three comedy acts featured in the Edinburgh Fringe 2017 brought together (and across the ocean) by Mary Tobin.

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Adelaide Fringe '18 Review: Cal Wilson

Kate Sansome

New Zealand comedian, Cal Wilson, returns to the Adelaide Fringe with her brand new comedy show, Hindsight.

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Fringe: Rove Mcmanus

Paul Maland

At this year's Adelaide Fringe, Rove McManus returned for the first time since 2008 with a limited run stand-up comedy special entitled "That's Me Talking" taking place over three nights.

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Socially awkward, weirdly brilliant: Luke McGregor's Almost Fixed It

Brooke Richardson

It's like that socially awkward guy from school now does stand-up...and we dig it.

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Fringe: Dave Hughes - Deluded @ Vagabond

Erin Gear

Hughsey is back at the Fringe with fresh material for a show that’ll surely leave you with belly-aching laughter. 

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Fringe: Heath Franklin's Chopper - The Line Up

Erin Gear

Be sure to see Chopper at the Fringe this year for an absolute whopper of a show - literally!

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Fringe: Clairy Browne

Dasha Romanowski

Clairy Browne is a powerhouse vocalist whose fierce energy was unfortunately not reciprocated in the vast expanse of the Magic Mirror Spiegeltent.

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Fringe: DRAGAPELLA! Starring The Kinsey Sicks

Laura Brain

The Kinsey Sicks are back at the garden to deliver an hour of non-stop impressive and beautiful a Capella harmonies, colourful costumes, and bawdy yet classy humour. 

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Fringe: Kevin Quantum - Illuminations

Erin Gear

Combining two supposedly 'opposite art forms', magic and science, Scotsman Kevin Quantum's Adelaide Fringe show 'Illuminations' is both illuminative and intriguing. 

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Fringe: Sammy J - Hero Complex

Jason Katsaras

Far out, we had an unearthly delightful time with Sammy J at his show, 'Hero Complex'. 

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Fringe: Djuki Mala @ The Vagabond

Dasha Romanowski

Hilarious, energetic, poignant, and enthralling, Djuki Mala ticks all the boxes to constitute an absolute winner of a show and a definite must-see this Fringe season.

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This Is Radelaide's Top Fringe Picks

Paul Maland

With differing tastes in mind, This Is Radelaide has put together a six show shortlist for consideration for this upcoming Fringe season as world-class arts are brought to our doorstep. 

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