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    DADDY ALGORITHM - Two people face each other. One, wearing a red dress with brown shoulder-length hair, intently focuses on her phone held in front of her face. The other person, in a long-sleeve pink shirt, holds a glass of red wine for a sip but has a disco ball for a head. Their arms and hands are entangled, creating a mix of drinks and phones. Additionally, there is an extra floating hand between them, holding a phone. The scene is set against a pink background, outlined in a deeper pink. The image exhibits highlights with a purply-pink glow, featuring hints of green and orange subtly highlighted within the disco ball.

    DADDY ALGORITHM

    Hidden Gem
    Hidden Gem
    28 February 2024 - Jill W.
    A delightfully quirky and funny show with an excellent cast! We loved it. Well done to all involved.
    YOAH - A new style of circus, combining Japanese drums and electro sounds, based on the theme of the moon at dawn.

    YOAH

    Hidden Gem
    Hidden Gem
    28 February 2024 - Margaret K.
    Beautiful circus with timely skills and LED effects. The diabolo segment was impressive, this act also showcased the 'zen-ness' of Japan culture.
    MATADOR | intimo - Event image

    MATADOR | intimo

    Mind-blowing
    Mind-blowing
    28 February 2024 - Margaret K.
    Highly passionate and energetic crew, celebrating the diversity of love. Particularly liked the Spanish influence dance segment.
    London Calling - London Calling

    London Calling

    Standing ovation
    Standing ovation
    28 February 2024 - Sharon S.
    Great show, very entertaining ❤️
    GRAV - Welsh rugby legend Ray "Grav" Gravell.

    GRAV

    Hidden Gem
    Hidden Gem
    28 February 2024 - Phyllis P.
    A beautiful, emotional story, stunningly delivered through a flawless performance. About far more than rugby, it has wide appeal. Not a word or emotion was omitted, a Fringe "must-see".
    Wankernomics 2.0 – As Per My Last Email - Wankernomics consultants James Schloeffel and Charles Firth, looking like absolute wankers.

    Wankernomics 2.0 – As Per My Last Email

    ROFL
    ROFL
    28 February 2024 - Kelly T.
    The show is hilarious because it's true!
    DADDY ALGORITHM - Two people face each other. One, wearing a red dress with brown shoulder-length hair, intently focuses on her phone held in front of her face. The other person, in a long-sleeve pink shirt, holds a glass of red wine for a sip but has a disco ball for a head. Their arms and hands are entangled, creating a mix of drinks and phones. Additionally, there is an extra floating hand between them, holding a phone. The scene is set against a pink background, outlined in a deeper pink. The image exhibits highlights with a purply-pink glow, featuring hints of green and orange subtly highlighted within the disco ball.

    DADDY ALGORITHM

    Hidden Gem
    Hidden Gem
    28 February 2024 - Belinda S.
    Light-hearted and full of laughs. Great cast, well acted, funny. Loved the clowning which allowed laughter amidst the awkwardness of dating. Not too long or serious. Entertaining.
    Role To Cast LIVE - The four cast members of Role To Cast pose and smile at the camera from behind their game table at The Lost Dice Cafe. From left to right they are Ellen, Sean, Phil and Chris. They are lit in bright colours and wearing 1930s inspired clothing.

    Role To Cast LIVE

    Hidden Gem
    Hidden Gem
    28 February 2024 - Peter B.
    Really enjoyed how characters had to improvise as the story twisted on the roll of the dice. Storyteller kept things moving well. Great sound and lighting production for this type show. @thelostdice had good food and drinks.
    Natural Wonders - Two young women gaze upwards toward a clouded sky filled with the colours of Borealis.

    Natural Wonders

    Hidden Gem
    Hidden Gem
    28 February 2024 - Greg B.
    What is there is very good and great to watch however, overall it is a little underwhelming especially if you have been to an Illuminate Adelaide event by Light Cycles in the past.
    B.L.I.P.S. - A sheet swirling around Margot Mansfield where you can only see her legs

    B.L.I.P.S.

    Standing ovation
    Standing ovation
    28 February 2024 - Melissa J.
    A rich, clever and powerful performance taking the audience on a journey through the personal experience of psychosis. The director and performer worked together to weave past and present personal narratives, film footage, family reflections with compelling acrobatics. The delivery was raw, honest and evocative. A highly talented performer to watch out for.
    Tracy Crisp: Stitches - A woman wearing a denim tunic is standing next to a sewing mannequin. She is using a tape measure to measure the mannequin's waist. Her back is to the camera, but she has turned her head to look at the camera. The background is bright, deep orange. In the foreground is a Singer sewing machine.

    Tracy Crisp: Stitches

    Standing ovation
    Standing ovation
    27 February 2024 - Amy I.
    I always look forward to Tracy’s Fringe shows and Stitches did not disappoint. Very relatable and full of humour, Tracy is a delightful storyteller!
    Sleep's Hill Tunnel - Brick tunnel wall with blue and purple lights projected onto it. White writing is on the wall reading: We now invite you to take a walk down Sleep's Hill Tunnel no. 2. Please enjoy the immersive exhibition quietly & remain respectful of others. A woman is leaning against the rail looking at the projection

    Sleep's Hill Tunnel

    Hidden Gem
    Hidden Gem
    27 February 2024 - Amy I.
    Who would have thought we had a secret tunnel so close to Adelaide? This hidden, historical gem presents its past through images, sounds, projections and interactive elements. Thoroughly recommend, great for families, young and old.