The music was fantastic and immediately made you want jump out of your seat and boogie. However, despite the invitation from the band, very few headed to the dance floor.
Very excited to be back in Adelaide after getting a taste of the city at Womad last year!
One bad keyboard pedal set the tone beautifully for her opening night in the Garden.
Infectious, high-energy and unique fusion of traditional Yolngu and contemporary pop culture, dance and storytelling.
What do you want to be when you grow up? I wanted to be a Nun early on. Then Jem from Jem and the Holograms. Then an investigative journalist. Then a music therapist. Now I am a weird hybrid of these things (well maybe not the nun bit…)
Describe your show Twitter style, 140 characters or less: A self deprecating cabaret about turning 40 featuring songs from Jersey Boys, Priscilla and lots of 80s pop!
Is heckling allowed? We heckle each other throughout the show so I don’t see why the audience shouldn’t join in.
Sultan stands alone: three guitars and a keyboard keeping him company.
What do you want to be when you grow up? A retiree and a masterful table tennis opponent.
This is the show that will define the upper echelon of this year’s Fringe; miss it at your peril.
Sirens fill the tent, calling a wild-haired angel onto the stage ready to bring on the party of eternity – you know you are in for a good night.
The conceit is brilliant: the audience submit song titles, and from them the cast improvise a musical on stage. It’s panicky, messy and infinitely entertaining theatre, as the audacious and talented cast manage the feat with aplomb.
Dune can drive you dance, or move you to introspection, with their brand of savvy, vintage electronica.
This show is a great opportunity to see seven acts for the price of one or decide what your picks of the fest will be.
6. When and/or why did you decide to become a comedian?
Well, I always made people laugh but I never intended to become a comedian. I just couldn’t dance around a pole at that bar any more back in Alabama because most of the people tip in coins. And quarters hurt when people throw them at you.