Holden Street Theatres Fringe Guide 2022

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Welcome to Holden Street Theatres for Adelaide Fringe 2022! The HST family come from all over the city, state, country, and world! Come and say hello to any one of our friendly staff.

Kaurna - Ninna Marni Maltese - Bongu Italian - Ciao Polish - Cześć Chinese/Taiwanese Mandarin - 你好 / Nǐ hǎo Korean - 안녕하세요 / Anyoung haseyo Indian - नमस्त Namaste Vietnamese - Xin chào Spanish - Hola Japanese - こんにちは / Kon’nichiwa German - Guten Tag French - Bonjour From all of us here at HST

Thebarton Theatre (THEBBY) Thebby is an iconic and historic treasure that hosts a wide variety of events. Thebby is considered the premier venue for concerts, events, and comedy performances in Adelaide and is one of Australia’s favourite venues. We host several indoor and outdoor bars, and one of the best lighting displays of any venue in Australia.

Holden Street Theatres (HST)

34 Holden Street Hindmarsh Next to Coopers Stadium FREE PARKING AVAILABLE (soccer dates available from our website) Bus route from the city 115, 117, 118 to stop 6 on Manton Street, Hindmarsh

Box Office

We are known as the ‘Home of Theatre’ during Fringe and we’ve just got a little bigger. With the addition of 32 Holden Street into our family we’ve created the ‘Holden Street Theatres’ Arts Park’. Now there is a hub for artists to relax, collaborate, develop and perform their art. The Arts Park will encourage and nourish the arts industry in SA, and help grow local artists. We are recognised globally as a leader in the South Australian arts community, and strive to encourage local and international productions to be active within Adelaide’s theatre scene. Our HST Edinburgh Fringe Award is the only award to offer a tour to Australia, and our HST Adelaide Fringe Award assists a local artist or company to produce work and develop their practice. HST are proud to support classical theatre, new work, and burgeoning talent. We are 6 minutes from the city with an easy walk from the free tram near the Entertainment Centre…and we have an amazing wine list, delicious food, lovely outdoor and indoor bars and a gorgeous garden.

(08) 8225 8888 www.holdenstreettheatres.com


Contents 1 Hour Photo

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Inside/Out: A Prison Memoir

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do you want what I have got? A Craigslist Cantata

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The Darlings: A Provocative Evening of Drag from Vancouver

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Afghanistan Is Not Funny by Henry Naylor

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Naomi

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What’s On When

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Venus In Fur by David Ives

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Peter Goërs is Fit, Fabulous and Nearly Fifty!!!

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Afghanistan, Adelaide and In-between

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An Unseasonable Fall of Snow

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Demagogue 18 Does It Please You? - The Final Saga

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Flukey Lukey: Don’t You Forget About Me

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Geppetto Toys

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INSULA

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Meet Me at Dawn

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Property Rites

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Stuck

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The Adelaide International Comedy Gala

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About Holden Street Theatres

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COVID Safe Stay Home if Unwell Only attend the event if you are feeling well. If you have any COVID-19 symptoms please ensure you get tested as soon as possible and follow social isolation guidelines until you recover. This is a COVID Safe venue. Please ensure you follow all guidelines and directions while at the theatre. Holden Street Theatres’ top priority is the health and safety of our patrons, performers and staff and will be presenting a Fringe season under the rules set out by SA Health and the South Australian Government.


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Australian Premiere

Presented by

The HOLDEN STREET THEATRES’ EDINBURGH FRINGE AWARD, in collaboration with THE CULTCH (East Vancouver, Canada), RICHARD JORDAN PRODUCTIONS (UK) and EAST VAN TO ADELAIDE in association with ZOO Presented by VANCOUVER ASIAN CANADIAN THEATRE (vAct)

Theatre/Film 70 min

PG

1 Hour Photo Acclaimed writer and performer Tetsuro Shigematsu (creator of hit play Empire of the Son) tells the story of Mas Yamamoto, whose life was swept up by major currents of the 20th century. An award-winning work from Canada’s leading Asian theatre company saturated with the most vivid colours of our times.

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“1 Hour Photo is a powerful piece of writing that insists that the complex history of Canada, including the wrongs imposed on groups of people, must be remembered.” University of Toronto Quarterly

“1 Hour Photo animates an extraordinary life with vivid props and projections…the play is a buffet of sensory textures.” Kathleen Oliver, The Georgia Straight


East Van to Adelaide Season

Internationally renown HOLDEN STREET THEATRES EDINBURGH FRINGE AWARD continues to bring exceptional theatre to you this Fringe played on a high quality screen in safe comfort and style, with delicious food and sensational wine on offer to compliment your incredible evening.

Four captivating shows from the 2021 EdFringe, in a First Class Lounge experience like no other. With limited seats this will sell out. Book a seat ALL SHOWS or a room for you and your guests. Film/CAN

This amazing program is in collaboration with award-winning 15 Feb – 20 Mar international theatre producer Richard Jordan (UK), The Cultch Space: Ruby’s Theatre; Vancouver’s most diverse and innovative arts and cultural hub, $20 - $25 and Zoo Venues Edinburgh. Presented by PATRICK KEATING

Theatre/Film 70 min

PG

Inside/ Out: A Prison Memoir Patrick Keating’s captivating new play is the real-life story of years spent in and out of Canada’s penitentiary system; a story about a man’s search for community: the community of the street, the community of prison, and of the theatre. “Dark funny…a vivid and necessary reminder that people in prison are, first and foremost, human beings.” THE GEORGIA STRAIGHT

“wry and insightful” VANCOUVER IS AWESOME

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Presented by VEDA HILLE, and AMIEL GLADSTONE

Theatre/Film 70 min

PG

do you want what I have got? A Craigslist Cantata

Your personal ads, set to music! Join a hilarious cast of wild and wacky characters from the Craigslist community attempting to buy and sell online, while longing and searching for human connection. One of the most popular and critically acclaimed musicals to come out of Vancouver in the last decade!

★★★★

“The tone of Cantata is approximately two parts absurd hilarity and one part potent loneliness”

“Craigslist combines such relevance, humour and poignancy with such a strong score that it is sure to go on to a long life within Canada and abroad.”

The Georgia Straight

“Yes, I want what they have got. So will you.”

Stage Door

The Province

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“Soulfully sweet… an exquisite tightrope between humour and sadness” North Shore News


Presented by QUEER BASED MEDIA

Cabaret/Film 70 min PG

The Darlings: A Provocative Evening of Drag from Vancouver

Meet The Darlings! Canada’s multi-disciplinary, non-binary drag performance collective whose boundary breaking works challenge conventional drag, exploring genderqueer, nonbinary, and transgender experience through the use of movement, poetry, performance art, theatre, and immersive/interactive installation that has shocked and stormed the Vancouver cabaret and theatre scene.

★★★★★ “It’s glorious, glittery chaos.” Lothian Life

“[The Darlings] are doing what they want, how they want to, promising you something you won’t want to sleep on or the regret will haunt you until the end of your days.” INSIDE VANCOUVER

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World Premiere

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Presented by HENRY NAYLOR and HOLDEN STREET THEATRES

THEATRE / UK

AFGHANISTAN IS NOT FUNNY by Henry Naylor Soon after 9/11, researching a comedy project, multi award-winning playwright Henry Naylor and photographer Sam Maynard landed in the Afghan Warzone. What followed was extraordinary: threatened by a war criminal, captured by the Mujhadeen, and targeted by Al-Qaeda. Now, as the Taliban return, Naylor asks what has been lost in the ruins of Kabul. A true story by the Overall Best Theatre Winner. Since 2016 Henry Naylor has brought some of the best theatre at the Adelaide Fringe to Holden Street Theatres including Echoes, Angel, Borders, Games and The Nights by Henry Naylor. WINNER of eight Adelaide Critics’ Circle, four Adelaide Fringe BankSA Best Theatre and an Adelaide Fringe BankSA Pick of the Fringe award. Praise for Henry Naylor

60 min The Studio $25 - $30

★★★★★

★★★★★

“Another masterpiece”

★★★★★

“Breathtaking and powerful”

GLAM ADELAIDE

★★★★★

EDINBURGH FEST MAG, UK

“spell binding”

★★★★★ “compelling.”

“a gifted story-teller” THE BAREFOOT REVIEW

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15 Feb – 13 Mar

GLAM ADELAIDE

“brilliant”

GLOBAL MEDIA POST

★★★★★ 5MBS

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World Premiere

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Presented by PATRICK LIVESEY

THEATRE / VIC

Naomi In 2015, Patrick’s mum took her own life.

Even while dealing with the horrific shock and grief of the loss, Patrick was left with the overwhelming question: why? How could this have happened? What were the signs missed? Who was to blame? In this world premiere solo play from award-winning actor and writer Patrick Livesey (DIЯT, Gone Girls, The Boy, George) and director Bronwen Coleman (DIЯT), Livesey uses verbatim interviews as the basis for this gripping and, at times, heartbreaking new play about love and mental illness. Thanks to Rosemary Walls and the Adelaide Fringe Artist Fund for their support of this work.

★★★★★

Praise for Patrick Livesey

“brilliant, witty and clever” 5MBS

★★★★★ ★★★★

“turn off Netflix and “He’s funny, sharp and take your friends” ... absolutely delightful.”

60 min The Studio $25 - $30

THE CLOTHESLINE

THE UPSIDE NEWS

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1 Mar – 20 Mar

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Afghanistan, Adelaide 6:30 6:30 6:30 6:30 6:30 8:00 8:00 8:00 8:00 8:00 8:00 and In-between 2:30 1:00 11:30 4:00 11:30 Afghanistan Is Not 6:00 6:00 6:00 6:00 9:00 9:00 9:00 4:00 6:00 6:00 6:00 9:00 9:00 6:00 Funny By Henry Naylor An Unseasonable Fall of Snow 2:30 2:30 7:30 7:30 4:30 4:30 8:40 8:40 8:40 8;40 4:30 6:00 6:00 8:40 840

Demagogue

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do you want what I have 7:20 7:20 7:20 8:40 got? A Craigslist Cantata Does It Please You? - The Final Saga Flukey Lukey: Don’t You Forget About Me 6:45 6:45 Geppetto Toys Inside/Out: A Prison Memoir INSULA Meet Me at Dawn

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Naomi

7:30 7:30

Peter Goërs is Fit, Fabulous and Nearly Fifty!!! 4:45 4:45 Property Rites

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4:45 4:45

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Stuck The Adelaide International Comedy Gala

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The Darlings: A Provocative Evening of Drag from Vancouver

4:30 8:40

Venus In Fur By David Ives

8:40 8:00 8:00

Late Comer Policy

Car Park Capacity

Please ensure you arrive for your show with time to spare. Late comers may not be admitted.

When Coopers Stadium is in use HST, in conjunction with the Adelaide Entertainment Centre offer complimentary parking at the Center. Show your HST ticket to staff at the gate. Only available on nights Coopers Stadium is in use which include 26 February and 11 March.

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Sponsors & Supporters A huge thank you to our sponsors, patrons, and supporters. Our wonderful interns and volunteers, Bob, Robbie, Vonni, Amelia, Harry, Mark, Liz, Michael, Kim, Nina, Xander, Harry, the Friends of Holden Street Theatres team, Alan, the Adelaide Fringe team (especially Jo, Ella, Karina, and the Artists and Venues team), Thebarton Theatre and Weslo Security staff, Nicholas Ely, Grum, Leko and the Novatech team, Goërs, Samela, Lizzie, David, Neil, Angela, Snap, Carol, Richard Jordan, The Adelaide Critics Circle, other critics, The Scotsman, SAPOL, ORSR, The Royal Adelaide University Old Footlighters, and you.

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Presented by WIL KING

THEATRE / VIC

VENUS IN FUR by David Ives

A sexy, subversive modern classic from multi-award winner Wil King (DIЯT, Netflix’s Why Are You Like This) and Bridget Gao-Hollitt (Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s Superpumped). It’s been a long day of auditions and writer/director Thomas still hasn’t found an actress worthy of his new play... until Vanda walks in. Over the course of the night, the two seem to hit it off; as Thomas sees the character come to life before his very eyes. But who is Vanda? How does she know the play off-by-heart? And who’s auditioning who in this fiery battle for dominance? David Ive’s funny, enthralling, Tony-Award winning look at sexual power dynamics in the workplace is reimagined for a post #metoo era by two of Australia’s most exciting young stars, under the direction of Green Room nominee Daniel Lammin.

★★★★ ★★★★

Praise for Wil King

“Wil King leaves you cheering” THE AGE

90 min The Arch $25 - $30

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1 Mar – 20 Mar

“As compelling as he is sensitive” SUZY GOES SEE

“A rising star” AU REVIEW

“Demonstrates acute comic judgement” AUDREY JOURNAL

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THEATRE / SA

★★★★

World Premiere

“Goërs knows his crowd and flawlessly plays to them.” THE ADVERTISER

Presented by PETER GOËRS in assoc. with HOLDEN STREET THEATRES

PETER GOËRS is FIT, FABULOUS AND NEARLY FIFTY!!! What?! It’s a miracle! It’s amazing! Goërs returns after six sold out seasons to his beloved Holden Street. He’s back with yet another nice show particularly for old people. He has plenty to talk about and all new material. In this strange time of the new normal, Goërs is the old normal. Lotsa laughs, feel good yarns and special guests. Come all ye faithful…. Praise for Peter Goërs

★★★★★

“He is an experienced and engaging speaker...his presence appears so natural it is as though he were born and raised on the hardwood floorboards of stage.” KRYZTOFF RAW

60 min The Arch $20

PG

19 Feb – 20 Mar

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THEATRE / SA

THEATRE / SA

World Premiere

SA Premiere

Presented by LIGHT SOUND ART FILM

Presented by BOYSLIKEME PRODUCTIONS

Afghanistan, Adelaide and In-between

An Unseasonable Fall of Snow

In 2001, a soccer-obsessed refugee from Afghanistan, Muzafar Ali, realised he wouldn’t play for Man. United. Instead, his soccer skills landed him a job at the UN and changed his life forever. Later in Indonesia he became friends with Aussie filmmaker Jolyon Hoff. Join them as they share their story through film, photos and a little bit of soccer.

Do You Like Puzzles? A bewildered young man is questioned by a ruthless interrogator who circles like a predator forcing him towards to an awful admission. But who are these 2 men? Where are they and what is their secret? Can you solve the puzzle before the last shocking piece is laid bare? A compelling investigation of truth and consequences.

60 min The Arch $20 - $30

60 min The Arch $20 - $28

15 Feb – 27 Feb G

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8 Mar – 20 Mar M


THEATRE / SA

THEATRE / SA

World Premiere

Presented by SAFARI STREET CREATIVE

Presented by TOO DUMB BLONDES and the HST’S ADELAIDE FRINGE AWARD

Demagogue In a university Dean’s office, a modern power couple are summoned to discuss their daughter’s punishment for an act of petty vandalism on school property. But when that act is alluded to instead be a case of political activism, the pair are forced to question their beliefs, marriage & in a world stripped of value, what revolt can really signify.

60 min The Studio $21 - $26

22 Feb – 27 Feb M 15+

DOES IT PLEASE YOU? - The Final Saga Award winning show Does It Please You? returns to the stage bigger and better than ever. Fast-paced laugh out loud comedy, original songs, music, dance and storytelling; we will try to comprehend the universal struggle of Mental Health. A defiant war-cry against anyone and anything that makes you doubt your worth. 60 min The Studio $20 - $28

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8 Mar – 20 Mar MA 15+


COMEDY / SA

COMEDY / SA

World Premiere

World Premiere

Presented by LUKE MANN

Presented by CCtheatreCo.

Flukey Lukey: Don’t You Forget About Me

Geppetto Toys

Following a life threatening brain injury in 2018, Luke Mann merges stand-up comedy, motivational speaking and spoken-word poetry to create something unlike that which you’ve seen before! Don’t You Forget About Me focuses on his memory problems. He looks forward to seeing you there. If you remember to get a ticket. There will be NO extra shows. 60 min Judy’s $10 - $15

18 Feb – 19 Mar PG

Geppetto makes Toys, real life Toys! Coco the Clown, Barbi doll and Commander Man are his creations, now he wants another victim, no, toy… Tormented by delusional singing dancing toys and Geppetto, the victim plays classic games to survive. If you liked Squid Games and Toy Story, this manic Musical Scary tale is for you!

60 min The Arch $27 - $30

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22 Feb – 6 Mar PG


THEATRE / SA

THEATRE / SA AUS Premiere

Presented by BRITTANY GALLASCH

Presented by GAVIN ROACH

INSULA

Meet Me at Dawn

Student game developers, Monique and Bailey, are paired together in their final assignment. As they attempt the project, the women confront the many effects of isolation and their new restricted realities. This newly devised theatre piece explores the resilience of the human spirit and asks: where can our mind take us when our bodies are trapped?

Two women wash up on a distant shore following a violent boating accident. Dazed, they look for a path home. But this unfamiliar land is not what it seems - and though they may be together, they have never been further apart. Unflinchingly honest and tenderly lyrical, Meet Me at Dawn is a modern fable, exploring the triumphs of everyday love.

60 min The Arch $23 - $29

70 min The Studio $15 - $25

26 Feb – 2 Mar PG

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15 Feb – 27 Feb M


THEATRE / SA

In 2022 Holden Street Theatres is thrilled to announce our collaboration with Wings2Fly Theatre as our very own resident youth theatre company!

Presented by WINGS2FLY THEATRE

Property Rites Kyle is desperate to sell his art installation consisting of 10 lifelike figures when the unimaginable happens... Remounting their July 2021 production, the young cast of Wings2Fly Theatre bring back this chilling play which questions - who deserves autonomy and at what cost? “a gripping one act play that kept me on the edge of my seat” TASA 55 min The Arch $25

After first performing at Holden Street Theatres in January of 2019 with Bad Auditions by Bad Actors we have been so excited to see the company grow to include not only the classic Wings2Fly Program, catering to school aged children 10+, but also to welcome the Wings2Fly Junior Program, which is a more informal way to introduce children from years 1 - 5 into the world of theatre. In 2022 we are also delighted to have the brand new Evolution Program that will bring older performers aged 18 - 25 into the Wings2Fly and Holden Street family. Throughout the year Wings2Fly will present three productions of their original program, three junior shows and one new Evolution show, plus for the first time they will be presenting a Fringe show, Property Rites. Holden Street Theatres and Wings2Fly are so excited to be working together to nurture young performers and present our audience with quality Adelaide theatre. Learn more from the Holden Street Theatres website or at wings2flytheatre.com.au.

17 Feb – 20 Feb G

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THEATRE / SA

COMEDY / SA

World Premiere

Presented by PROSPECT THEATRE FOR YOUNG PEOPLE

Presented by HOLDEN STREET THEATRES and THEBARTON THEATRE

Stuck

The Adelaide International Comedy Gala

An uncomfortable tightening in the pit of your stomach. The squirmy unsureness of not quite knowing. The urge to move when you’re bound in place. 3 stories in 3 worlds, Stuck is a triptych of short plays exploring the state of being between: between ideas and people, between places and realities. 60 min The Studio $18 - $28

5 Mar – 6 Mar PG

Not sure who to see at The Fringe? Then join Eddie Bannon as he hosts his pick of the twelve best national and international comedy acts on show this year. This two hour smorgasbord of a show serves up a comedic tasting plate to help you plan your 2022 Fringe. 120 min Thebarton Theatre $25

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19 Feb M


About HST & Our Awards Holden Street Theatres is the ‘Home of Theatre’ in Adelaide and is one of the city’s most loved boutique venues. We strive to support Adelaide’s arts industry, and offer performances and venue hire services all year round. HST strive for cultural and artistic significance on a local, national, and international scale, but above all we’re passionate about theatre. We are internationally recognised for our high calibre program during the Adelaide Fringe Festival due to the success of The Holden Street Theatres’ Edinburgh Fringe Award. The award is recognised as one of the most prestigious awards on the Edinburgh circuit and is the only award of its kind in the world to offer a tour to the Adelaide Fringe. Through this pathway, we introduce new work and world theatre trends to our own industry and audiences, and motivate local artists to create and present theatre in Edinburgh. Some stand-outs from our program over the past ten years include Sh!t Theatre Drink Rum with Expats, Build A Rocket, Flesh & Bone, A Gambler’s Guide to Dying, Bitch Boxer by Charlotte Josephine, Bound by Jesse Britton, Glory Dazed by Cat Jones, Heroine for Breakfast by Philip Stokes, and The Tailor of Inverness – Krawiec z Inverness by Matthew Zajak. In 2021 we knew the award was going to look a little bit different. With international touring unlikely to be on the cards we moved to more innovative ideas, thus creating the HST On Screen program. By bringing out high quality recordings this has

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allowed us to bring not just one show, but a whole program of high calibre international shows with East Van to Adelaide! Straight from Vancouver, this program contains some of the best theatre Canada has to offer as well as some hilarious musical theatre and provocative cabaret. The Holden Street Theatres’ Adelaide Fringe Award is given in association with the Adelaide Critics Circle to a local company or artist to support them in the development of their next work, or for performance throughout the year or during the following Fringe. This is the only award of its kind in the Adelaide Fringe that gives back to our own industry in this way. Past winners of this award include Taylor Nobes, starheART Theatre, Mim Sarre, CCtheatreCo, Joanne Hartstone, and Josh Belperio. While 2021 has been a tough year for many, especially those in the arts, we would like to thank all of our wonderful supporters, staff, volunteers, performers and patrons for their continued love and support. 2022 poses another year of challenges for us and many in the industry, but we look forward to a bright future and for more opportunities to keep the arts alive in our great state. Thank you to Arts SA for funding the venues, AIF for funding the Guide, Coopers for the t-shirts, Fringe for the RISE grant, Wines by Geoff Hardy for their support and Novatech for their understanding and support through such a difficult time. We humbly embrace our ‘Home of Theatre’ title and we adore and cherish our dedicated audience. Thank you for choosing to see one of our shows, and we look forward to seeing you around Holden Street again soon!

Contact (08) 8223 1450 or email manager@holdenstreettheatres.com for more information


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Support emerging South Australian artists, meet like-minded friends and enjoy the best of the arts in SA The Independent Arts Foundation S.A. Inc (IAF) is proud to sponsor Holden Street Theatres as we share the HST values of supporting emerging artists in South Australia. The IAF is a not-for-profit membership organisation managed entirely by volunteers. Its role is to support the development of the arts in South Australia by contributing grants to individuals or groups who wish to develop their work, locally, interstate and overseas. The IAF particularly support emerging artists, writers, actors, performers, and musicians, or projects that benefit young or emerging artists. The IAF raises funds through an ongoing program of events, including monthly film nights and literary club dinners, presentations from grant recipients and special events. Membership fees are an important fundraising method, so even if you cannot participate in these events, you can become a member and still contribute to the various awards that the IAF supports. IAF members receive exclusive discounts and offers to events across South Australia, including all IAF events. The IAF welcomes donations which are tax deductible. Everyone is welcome to attend IAF events – you don’t have to be a member! So please join us at our next gathering to meet like-minded enthusiasts of the arts in South Australia and support our emerging artists. To learn more about the IAF and become a member, or make a donation, head to iafoundation.org.au or email treasurer@iafoundation.org.au

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