With more than 1100 events in the 2016, this year’s Adelaide Fringe program boasts an impressive array of some of the best local and international female performers and art-makers across all genres.
Sleater-Kinney came crashing out of the ’90s Pacific Northwest riot grrrl scene, setting a new bar for punk’s political insight and emotional impact.
Welcome to terror australis… a sunburnt country where cars rule, hitchhiking kills and dingoes eat babies. In the outback, no one can hear you scream and things are never quite as they seem.
TORTE E MORT
Black-humoured, visually opulent, and dripping with satire, this cabaret will tempt your sweet tooth and traumatize your funny bone.
Echoes tells the story of two British women, born 175 years apart. One, a schoolgirl jihadi; the other, a Victorian blue-stocking.
TESSA WATERS OVER THE PROMISES
Tessa Waters (WOMANz) is back with a whole new hour of stupidity. Character, clown and dance collide as she set out to create the best show the world has ever seen.
PENNY ARCADE: LONGING LASTS LONGER
A blow against the golden age of stupidity, this is a passionate and exuberant performance anthem where you can think, laugh and dance and at the same time!
Imagine growing up as an American citizen trapped in Nazi Germany during World War II. Eleanor's autobiography as adapted by her granddaughter into a riveting one-woman show.
GRUMBLE: SEX CLOWN SAVES THE WORLD
Meet Betty Grumble, surreal showgirl, obscene beauty queen and sex clown. She has one hour to save the world.
HOT BROWN HONEY
The Hive has arrived. Hot Brown Honey are back. Bigger. Bolder. Browner.
A LITTLE TOO MUCH INFORMATION
Take a dash of song, a pinch of silly and mix well with a bit of an overshare, and you get A Little Too Much Information.
A SENTIMENTAL JOURNEY - THE MUSIC OF DORIS DAY
Join acclaimed singer Louise Messenger and her swingin’ trio as they journey through the life, the loves, the movies and of course the music of the timeless Doris Day.
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