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[17 Feb 2013 | No Comment | 9,280 views]
Sullivan and Bok stand up at the Adelaide Fringe

Alex Croker reviews Sullivan and Bok’s February 15th Adelaide Fringe show and talked to them earlier about their comedy work.

Sullivan and Bok are two Melbourne based comedians calling Adelaide home this Fringe Festival. These witty self-confessed ‘hipster magpies’ perform much more individually than as a pair. Though parts of the show do overlap, they are two artists combining to provide a longer show than they would be able to individually.

They’re playing at the Red Room at the Austral Hotel, 15th Feb until 2nd March, 6pm, no shows Mondays. Read more…

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[8 Jul 2012 | No Comment | 6,172 views]
#BBTW – Beef, Butter, Truffles and Wine at the Adelaide Central Market

Adelaide Central Market is much more than a meeting place for friends, a place to purchase fresh local produce, and a place to get a bargain on Saturday morning. Adelaide Central Market also offers activities every Friday, always food centred, often focussing on local produce.

This Friday 6th of July at 5pm, four greats of the Australian food and wine community will be at the south-west corner of the Adelaide Central Markets for ‘Beef, Butter, Truffles and Wine’. Until 7:30pm there will be an opportunity to talk with them and taste their produce. Beef, Butter, Truffles and Wine promises to be an excellent display of food and wine… and the best bit? It’s all free!

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[15 Mar 2012 | No Comment | 5,690 views]
Fringe Reviews: Constantinople, Morgan & West, Levelless

Alex Croker reviews three shows to catch before the end of the Adelaide Fringe.
Constantinople is a modern re-enactment of how one of the most historically significant cities of the Eastern Roman, Turkish and Byzantine Empires came to rise and fall. The piece is highly melodramatic and dynamic, expressed through house music, horse massage, togas, and grapes. There are many theatrical aspects of this performance to be admired.
For instance the transition of two actors into many different characters, including a narrator who is easily identifiable as he always wears a tie (often …

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[16 Feb 2012 | 2 Comments | 11,676 views]
Gareth Hart’s Ellipsis carves a unique web

Soft harps, strong deep breaths, intricate lighting… Gareth Hart eclipses space, emotions and consciousness as he carves a unique web expressing his purest emotions. Each performance unique, majestic, hollowing.

Gareth believes that dance expresses the internal psychological conflict of man; allowing both complexity and confusion. It is the intrinsic psychology expressed through ‘alien and abstract’ choreography that has lead to his success on the east coast.

Finally, he is coming to Adelaide.

This distinctive entertainer, currently completing his masters in choreography shall only be performing five general admittance shows at the Adelaide Fringe Festival, March 7-11.