Here are the latest reviews of plays, music, festivals, art, museums – you name it. But mainly, it is our reviews of the Adelaide Fringe. Enjoy.

Bin Laden: The One Man Show

Bin Laden: The One Man Show will leave you pondering the question, when does idealism morph into fanaticism or delusion? In this sympathetic treatment of arguably one of the world's most significant anti-heroes, we get a non-tabloid portrait of a man who was one of...

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Rhino Room Late Show

The show started out fast with the MC for the evening being the hilarious Lindsay Webb. I think the Late Show must be one of the longest shows of the Fringe and the MC is drawing the short straw however Lindsay powered on through the show without skipping a beat so...

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Mickster’s Magic Gadgets

The trick to enjoying Mickster's Magic Gadgets is to set your expectations correctly. This is a show for kids, particularly eary to mid primary school age, and my eight year old, when asked if she would recommend the show to friends said, yes, because he gives us so...

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Greg Byron in Poetic Licence

To spend an hour at Greg Byron in Poetic Licence is to spend an hour experiencing what entertainment must have been like in the presence of a troubadour in an Elizabethan court. And by this I do not mean this show is an olde worlde confection, but rather it is a...

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Greg Fleet: This is not a love song

Greg Fleet: This is not a love song is testament to how valuable the skillset is that comes from a life spent honing stand up comedy. In this beautifully crafted piece of theatre, Greg employs tight, comic structure in the dialogue, along with ruthless openness as his...

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Just Desserts – Adults Only Tasting

Just Desserts - Adults Only Tasting opens with delicious music and a decadent tower cake adorned with donuts, pastries, and confectionary. In fact, that cake is the perfect analogy for this cabaret show. The base is the band led by Kyrie Anderson, Michelle Pearson's...

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Warhol: Bullet Karma

Warhol: Bullet Karma is good, solid, one-man storytelling. Garry Roost embodies the idea of Andy Warhol (was he really a person?) through a well structured story consisting of profound vignettes from the famous artist's life. The key focus of the story is Valerie...

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Time Out with Ross Voss

When you go to see Time Out with Ross Voss it is anything other than "time out". From his supernerd opening to his different varieties of joke telling, Ross rewards audience members who can keep up with the pace and pay attention to the gameplay. In Ross' show, a...

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