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Comedians Against Humanity: Hosted by Yianni Agisilaou

★★★★ ‘Mad, offensive and utterly hilarious’ – TV Bomb (UK) Back by popular demand in 2018! Audiences wielding cards from smash hit game ‘Cards Against Humanity’ challenge guest comedians (you never know who may be there!) to create material on the spot. The underground hit of Edinburgh Fringe and sell out shows in Perth, Adelaide, […]

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Queen + Adam Lambert

Presented by: TEG DAINTY Queen + Adam Lambert toured Australia in 2014 to sold out arena shows and stunning accolades from fans and critics. The Adelaide date marks the first-time Queen has performed in Adelaide in over 3 decades! For their 2018 tour, the band will unveil a brand new show including a specially designed […]

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Belly of a Drunken Piano

BELLY OF A DRUNKEN PIANO TOM WAITS, RANDY NEWMAN, JOE COCKER, TIM BUCKLEY, IAN DURY & more… Stewart D’Arrietta (‘My Leonard Cohen’, ‘Lennon Through A Glass Onion’) & his band present this world premiere of gutsy interpretations of more greats. A musical experience not to be missed. Gritty ‘down & dirty’ material from these enigmatic, […]

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Newtown Faulker

Bluesefest Touring is proud to welcome guitar virtuoso Newtown Faulker back to Australia for the first time since 2013. Newtown first came onto music lover’s radars in 2007 with his acclaimed debut album ‘Handbuilt By Robots’, which secured platinum status in Australia the UK. He has since released four celebrated studio albums ‘Rebuilt By Humans’ […]

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Fuego Carnal

“THIS is Circus flambé indeed, full of the wow factor that takes circus well out of the ordinary ★★★★★ The Advertiser 2017. Fuego Carnal is a heart racing display of phenomenal high risk arts from around the globe. 2016 & 2017 saw it win 5 star reviews, 2 awards and the hearts of those who […]

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The Holdy

Glenelg’s food and drinks gem, The Holdy, has launched its vibrant new menu just in time for summer! Following new ownership from Star Hotels in July this year, The Holdy has undergone a bit of a makeover with superb new menus and fresh summer drinks, inspired by the area’s laidback, beachy vibe. The new summer […]

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Canned Heat (US)

Canned Heat have been a global phenomenon for 40 years due to their classic hits such as “On The Road Again”. They first gained international attention and secured their niche in the pages of rock ‘n roll history with their performances at the 1967 Monterey Pop Festival (along with Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin and The […]

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New Nordic Launches in The Heart of Prospect Road

Prospect Road’s newest addition, New Nordic, is a casual tapas style restaurant showcasing the culinary philosophies of the Nordic countries with a modern menu, locally roasted specialty coffee and a large selection of Nordic spirits and cocktails. New Nordic cuisine is centred around using simple, pure and fresh ingredients. Having readily available quality produce is […]

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Mt Lofty Stables Day Spa

The beautifully appointed Stables Day Spa offers a destination Spa escape that sits high above and overlooks the stunning Adelaide Hills from the iconic and award-winning Mount Lofty House. With every element and experience carefully crafted to offer an enchanting Spa Wellness sojourn, our exquisite rituals for face and body incorporate the latest techniques and […]

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Delicious, Discounted Coffee

Love your takeaway coffee? How about a discount! Brother Bear Café, Alchemy Café and Bond and Lane Canteen give you 50c off your coffee every time you bring your own cup. Australians love their coffee. So much so that OVER 3 BILLION takeaway cups and lids are wasted every year. Contrary to popular belief, takeaway […]

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Barossa Valley Ballooning

www.barossavalleyballooning.com.au   Hot air ballooning was on my bucket list so it was time to tick that one off by taking a flight with Barossa Valley Ballooning. Starting in the early morning, we met our fellow ballooners and friendly pilot, Michael, and his crew. They drove us to a nearby field for our launching spot. […]

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Win tickets to Beer and BBQ Fest

#adelaide #win 2 tix to Beer & Bbq Fest, just tell us who you will take on our Facebook page Facebook.com/whatsoninadelaide. Every comment is an entry. Enter as often as you like before this Wednesday 10pm 12/7/17. Good luck! T/Cs on whatsoninadelaide.com For more information about this great event visit www.adelaidebeerfest.com.au Event dates: 28th – […]

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Pu$$y Play Masterclass ★★★★★

Pu$$y Play Masterclass ★★★★★ An interactive show & tell on playful techniques, starring Strawberry Siren, burlesque star & cousin to Rural Ranga, the creator of W*nk Bank who funded his art studies from his happy ending massages given in New York City. A very qualified Strawberry Siren gives us saucy tips on how to best […]

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Buried at Sea

Words by Fatema Sitabkhan Overall rating: ★★★★½ It has become a recent trend to study your historical roots and explore the family history to better understand ourselves as individuals. After Mark Salvestro undertook a quest to dig into the story of a great, great uncle, he crafted together a poignant play that provides a beautiful […]

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Review – No moral compass

  No Moral Compass Words by Alex Craddock Overall rating: ★★★1/2 Over their cold beverages, upstairs in The Elephant, an audience listens keenly to Trish Parry weave tales of her youth. From her brief stint as a beauty pageant queen in Japan, to travelling between, what appeared to be, every military base across the US… […]

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Review – Paul Foot

The ever-polarising Paul Foot is BACK with his latest offering, “Tis a Pity She’s a Piglet” – but this time round, he’s brought his monkey. Fans of the British Comic will not be disappointed, as he ploughs through both brand new, as well as classic material, with his trusty sidekick Johnny the Monkey by his […]

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Review : Yianni Agisilaou – The unpinchable pink pen

Yianni Agisilaou: The unpinchable pink pen Yianni takes you on a fun, entertaining and intellectually stimulating journey through gender stereotypes. We learn that dresses and the colour pink were the blokey norm over a hundred years ago, but now we have evolved (?) where men fear pink – like the pink pen – and suppress […]

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Interview with Akmal

WHAT’S ON IN ADELAIDE – FRINGE 2017 ON THE COUCH with Akmal Saleh by Sarah Elding A few days ago I had the absolute pleasure of sitting down for a quick chat with Akmal Saleh: comedian, celebrity and an all round nice guy. He’s as funny in real life as he is on the stage […]

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Review – A Cuatro

Review – A Cuatro (Flamenco) I’ve got to call it. Best dance act for the 2017 Adelaide Fringe! ‘A Cuatro’ provides an insatiable performance leaving you wanting more. More flamenco dancing, more Spanish influence, more soft sounds of the flamenco guitar and more of just EVERYTHING. The cheer, clapping and ‘ole’s’ coming from the captivated […]

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