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Adelaide Fringe '19 Review: Pussy Riot: Riot Days

Chelsea Griffith

On March 3, 2012, Masha Alyokhina was arrested for ‘hooliganism’ after protesting in a Moscow church. Riot Days details this protest, and the 21 month sentence that followed for Masha; highlighting the cruelty, corruption and corroboration between church and state, in a nation that claims to be secular.

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Adelaide Fringe '19 Review: My Grandmother's M.A.I.D

Georgia Brass

My Grandmother’s M.A.I.D is a touching tribute and a hilarious hour for anyone who has a love for dark comedy and their grandmother.

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Adelaide Fringe '19 Review: Area 53

Georgia Brass

A fun 45 minute experience the whole family can enjoy - if you’re looking for an encounter of the third (and absurd) kind, visit Area 53!

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Adelaide Fringe '19 Review: The Choir of Man

Georgia Brass

The Choir of Man is truly a celebration of the comradery, comedy, and choreographic and choral talents of men.

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Adelaide Fringe '19 Review: Naked Truth

Georgia Brass

Naked Truth is not by any means a show for perves or prudes, but for those open-minded, respectful Fringe-goers looking for something unique, intimate, and if approached correctly, cathartic experience.

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Adelaide Fringe '19 Review: Love/Hate Actually

Georgia Brass

Self proclaimed ‘part double act, part film lecture’ Love/Hate Actually is a well considered and delivered comedy show(down) about the beloved British blockbuster.

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Interview: Ukelele Death Squad

Georgia Brass

After selling out their 2018 Adelaide Fringe season, The Ukelele Death Squad return with three curated shows for the 2019 Adelaide Fringe as well as an appearance at WOMADelaide 2019.

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Adelaide Fringe '18 Review: Demi Lardner

Georgia Brass

In 'Skeleton', Demi has ditched the conventions of stand up comedy to create something quirky and at times intentionally cringe.

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Adelaide Fringe '18 Review: Shit-Faced Shakespeare 'Romeo and Juliet'

Georgia Brass

A liquor-fuelled, laughter-inducing, unique comedic take on the classic tragedy of Romeo and Juliet is a breath of fresh air for audiences.

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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: Tom Walker

Gerasimos Canatselis

Gross, silly, funny and stupid. The mind of Tom Walker is a deep dark void filled with plenty of craziness and just that touch of sanity to keep you on your seat. 

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Adelaide Fringe '18 Review: Twenty Minutes To Nine

Jamieson Eileen

An extremely human performance on mental health and personal loss.

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Adelaide Fringe '18 Review: Puppetry of the Penis

Alexia Frangos

Performing in nothing but long socks and boots, these guys can windmill their way into your hearts.

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Adelaide Fringe '18 Review: Simon Taylor - Happy Times

Adriana Sinicropi

Simon Taylor's Happy times is an amusing and messy journey, entailing potential parenthood involving endless internet searches and hilarious preparations.

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Adelaide Fringe '18 Review: Nicky Wilkinson

Kate Sansome

Nicky Wilkinson just wants you to leave with a smile on your face and that's exactly what she delivers with her debut solo show, Happy.  

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Adelaide Fringe '18 Review: Tommy Little

Michaela McGrath

Tommy Little trades the airwaves for The Garden of Unearthly Delights stage, as he returns to the Adelaide Fringe Festival with an all-new stand-up show, The Last King of Stupid

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Adelaide Fringe '18 Review: The Inquisition of the Big Bad Wolf

Kate Sansome

The Inquisition of the Big Bad Wolf combines dance, theatre and comedy to make a commentary on modern age anxiety.

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Adelaide Fringe '18 Review: Dave Hughes - The Snorkeler

Paul Maland

Faced with a middle-child who has all the answers, while entering the middle-age bracket of life, Hughesy's "Snorkeler" set is a relaxed but expert piss-take explanation of what it's like trying to keep head above water

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Adelaide Fringe '18 Review: Abandoman’s Rob Broderick - The Musical In My Mind

Jamieson Eileen

50% hip-hop, 50% comedy, 100% mind-blowing! 

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Adelaide Fringe '18 Review: Harley Breen

Michaela McGrath

The hilariously candid Harley Breen returns to the stand-up comedy circuit this Adelaide Fringe season with his belly-laugh-inducing new show, Flat Out Doing Nothing. 

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