Laurie Black: Dystopiano
Emerging Artist of Adelaide Fringe 2018 Laurie Black invites you to a knees up ‘round the pianna (ahem, Microkorg). Fresh from a UK tour supporting Adam Ant, she’s jumpstarting musical comedy and cabaret with synths and sick beats.
Classically-trained pianist turned electronic-industrial "cabaret queen" (EdFest Mag), Laurie has been described as the “love-child of Victoria Wood and Gary Numan” (British Theatre Guide).
You may also know her as the boss of Fringe favourite Bad Luck Cabaret, or as keys player in Anya Anastasia's Rogue Romantic many moons ago.
★★★★ "The songs span jaunty, ethereal and rocked-out registers, from space dream to grunge pastiche" The Scotsman
★★★★★ "A badass who will mesmerise you with her enchanting voice" Weekend Notes
Photo Credits: ave.cinematica & monk66
Presented by: Laurie Black
Classically-trained pianist turned synth-wielder, Laurie Black has been on the global Fringe circuit since 2014. Winner of Emerging Artist and a Weekly Best Music at Adelaide Fringe 2018, she brings her acclaimed new solo show Dystopiano, and Fringe festival favourite (and Edinburgh Fringe 2022 sell out) Bad Luck Cabaret to Adelaide Fringe. It's her first time back since 2019, and she can't wait! Since then, she's been on tour with Adam Ant around the UK and released a new album Dark Days. Check out her music on streaming sites.