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A Little Perspective with Imaan 34 Ali Cook 25 Ali McGregor 10 Amanda Palmer 9 Amazing Drumming Monkeys 37 Asher Treleaven 31 Audreys (The) 11 Axis of Awesome and Friends 19 Axis of Awesome (The) 26 BankSA Free Concerts 35 Barry Morgan’s World of Organs 33 Boy with Tape on His (The) 27 Bubblewrap & Boxes 30 Cantina 3 Christa Hughes Beer Drinking Woman 8 Club Briefs 26 Comedy Orphans - Live at The Orphanage (The) 24 Comic Strip 26 David Quirk 34 Deborah Frances-White 33 DragOrama 24 Drags Aloud: Showgurl 28 Eagle and The Worm 10 Etypejazz Borrowed, Blues 10 Evelyn Evelyn 12 Fear of a Brown Planet Attacks 34 Felicity Ward 31 Fiona O’Loughlin 4 Freak and The Showgirl (The) 7 Future Music 15 General Information 40 -41 Gigalees (The) 29

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Glenn Richards (Augie March) 11 Gothic Punch & Judy 37 Heath Franklin’s Chopper 19 Ian Moss 8 Jason Byrne 5 Jess Ribeiro and The Bone Collectors 14 Joe Camilleri 11 Katie Noonan & The Captains 9 Kids Comedy Gala 5 Lanie Lane 12 Las dos Fridas 28 Late Night All-Star Comedy Band Thang (The) 19 Le Gateau Chocolat 25 Lindi Jane presents Snap’s Kakadu Club! 37 List Operators for Kids (The) 29 Live at The Beards Club 12 Max & Dagger Show (The) 32 Mayer Hawthorne 24 Mickey D - Home 32 Monique Brumby 14 New York Nights 13 Nothing is really difficult 35 Old Man River 13 One Man Lord of the Rings 4 Pahlevan Kachal 36 Paris Wells 8 Patrick Monahan 33 Patrick Monahan - Stories & Tales For Kids 29 Performance Calendar 20 - 23 Peter Helliar 18 Phatcave (The) 28

Philip Escoffey 16 Pigs in Wigs 37 Pirate Rhapsody 34 Punch and Judy take Afghanistan 36 Puppet Pasta & Pizzaz! 37 Renee Geyer 8 Return of The Space Cowboy 32 Roy Ayers 11 Saligia - Tim Rogers 19 Sam Simmons 27 Sammy J & Randy in Bin Night 31 Seaside Punch & Judy 37 Sideshows 38 - 39 Smart Casual 33 Songs to Make You Smile 9 Stephen Cummings 26 Stevl Shefn 32 Sticks Stones Broken Bones 30 Stonefield 9 Swamp Juice 36 There’s a Bug in my Toffee Apple! 29 Tom Tom Crew 17 Tony Roberts - Late Night Ace High 37 Tony Roberts - Shuffle Me Straight 35 Transatlantics (The) 12 Twoks (The) 10 Tyrannasaurus Sex 36 Vika and Linda 13 Viva La Franglaise 13 Wanderlust 35 Wau Wau Sisters 7 Wil Anderson 18

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Ute and Van Hire

Look at your hand. Now back at me. What’s in your hand? Two tickets to that thing you love. Look again. The tickets are now diamonds. Look again, into the world that is The Garden of Unearthly Delights. In the 2011, the glorious Spiegeltent will welcome the amazing world of Cantina, before its cast depart for Melbourne and then on to Europe. Great music is top of our list of treats, with a killer line-up of international sensations and home-grown hits including Katie Noonan & The Captains, The Transatlantics, Roy Ayers, Mayer Hawthorne and Joe Camilleri. Tom Tom Crew blasts their way back to the Fringe, after hit seasons worldwide including Berlin, London, Edinburgh, New York and Munich! There are belly–laughs aplenty with brand new shows from The Boy with Tape on His Face, David Quirk, Wil Anderson, 2010 Melbourne Comedy Best Show Winners Sammy J & Randy, Heath Franklin’s Chopper, and the Adelaide debut of UK sensation, Jason Byrne. We welcome all the way from Holland, Theatergroep WAK, with their unmissable giant wooden box and nightly performances of Niets is Echt Moeilijk. Families will love festival favourite Kids Comedy Gala, special appearances by the inimitable Peter Combe, Best Family Show winners Bubblewrap & Boxes and The Gigalees. Incredible acts abound including One Man Lord of the Rings making more than a Tolkien appearance, well loved Le Gateau Chocolat with his one man lycra-fuelled extravaganza, Mr Barry Morgan (Spicks and Specks) with hands firmly planted on his organ, not to mention the return of mind-boggling Philip Escoffey with his all new follow-up show. Look again. The Garden of Unearthly Delights, where nothing is but what is not.

How to Book O N L I N E: www.gardenofunearthlydelights.com.au P H O N E: 1300 FRINGE (1300 374 643) I N P E R S O N: - At all Fringetix outlets and all Venue*tix outlets across SA - At The Garden. There are box offices operating inside and outside The Garden site. If you are heading into The Garden, you can choose to the jump the queues and buy a ticket on your way in, or if you’re already inside you don’t have to leave to purchase a ticket!

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Direct from a sensational Brisbane Festival premiere season, this spectacularly dark and dangerous cocktail of circus arrives at the infamous Spiegeltent. Flaming passion and faded glamour mix in a tryst of rapture and tortured desire. Torn between past, present and future, this new work from the company that brought you ‘Tom Tom Crew’ and Helpmann Award nominated ‘A Company of Strangers’ features a brilliant cast of Australia’s most experienced and respected creators of circus previously from CIRCA, La Clique, Acrobat, Circus Oz, Tom Tom Crew and Cirkus Cirkör (Sweden). Set to a live soundscape created by bizarre and antiquated instruments; this vaudeville of by-gone music, magic and remarkable displays of acrobatics and dance unfolds. The line between passion and violence is never quite clear.

‘Stunning acrobatic skills are the highlight of this new sultry production... A true visual feast’. Australian Stage ‘Cantina is hot! A rollercoaster ride of acrobatic feats, gravity-defying prowess and erotic manoeuvres.’ Sunday Mail ‘Not a single minute of Cantina was without jawdropping moments… mind-blowing. Go and see Cantina… You’ve been warned.’ Rave Magazine www.companycantina.com 11 Feb - 13 Mar (excl. Mon & 18 Feb) at 8.30pm 60 mins $40 (Conc $35 / Group $38 / Tue $34 / Preview 11 - 13 Feb $30) February

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Charles Ross, creator of the worldwide hit “One Man Star Wars Trilogy”, returns to Australia with his hilarious followup “One Man Lord of the Rings”. Watch Ross recreate the entire world of Middle-earth, all its characters and complete Frodo’s epic journey from the Shire to the fire - armed with nothing more than some elbow pads and his outrageous imagination. Ross performs without props and costumes as he hurtles through the Tolkien trilogy – The Fellowship of the Ring, The Two Towers and The Return of the King – in just 3,600 seconds of unbelievable kinetic entertainment!

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Fiona O’Loughlin’s Greatest Hits

Fiona O’Loughlin has reached a comedy milestone. 10 years, hundreds of shows and countless hilarious stories later, she’s become one of Australia’s most cherished stand-ups. To celebrate, Fiona has let her fans vote for their favourite stories via facebook.com/fionaoloughlinfanpage to create a mega Greatest Hits show. No b-sides; no filler-tracks; just solid gold Fiona O’Loughlin at her glorious best. Come celebrate with Australia’s Queen of Comedy. ‘Fiona is a master of comedy, and you will love her sassy remarks. Unless, of course, you are a member of her family...’ v v v v Hairline (UK)

‘If you liked Lord of the Rings, you’ll love Charlie Ross’ Version’ Sir Ian McKellen (THE Gandalf!)

‘My stomach muscles are still aching... this woman is really, really funny.’ v v v v 1/2 Sunday Age (Mel)

7 - 13 Mar at 7pm, 60 mins $49 (Conc $44 / Child $38 / Group $45)

19 - 27 Feb at 7pm, 60 mins Sun - Thu: $39 (Conc $34 / Group $35) / Fri & Sat: $45

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Irish megastar and Comedy Gala favourite Jason Byrne makes his Adelaide debut at the Fringe Festival this year. With sell out shows at the Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney Comedy Festivals and Edinburgh Fringe in 2010, Jason’s show is sure to be the hottest ticket in town. ‘Jaw achingly funny - there is no better way to describe it.’ vvvvvThe Herald Sun ‘Byrne is consistently brilliant. This means that seeing him guarantees the following: an aching face, sore stomach muscles and, at some point, the realisation that to rock with laughter is not just a cliché.’ vvvvv The Metro (UK) www.jasonbyrne.ie 10 - 13 Mar at 9.50pm, 60 mins $38 (Conc & Group $32) February

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Kids Comedy Gala

Most popular, sold-out Fringe show for kids, for the past six years! Growing in size and silliness each year, Kids Comedy Gala guarantees a hearty assortment of hysterically funny, captivating entertainment for the young and ‘young at heart’. Like a lolly-bag full of favourites, we’ve jam packed the Spiegeltent with a colourful mix of the best performers in the business, including comedians, clowns, puppets, acrobats, magicians and musicians. Get in quick and don’t miss this wonderfully entertaining family treat!

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‘Kids Comedy Gala is family friendly in every way. The ideal way to get children involved in the Fringe.’ vvvvThe Advertiser www.strutnfret.com 12 - 20 Feb (Sat & Sun only) 2pm / 26 Feb - 13 Mar (Sat & Sun only) at 2pm & 3.30pm, 60 mins $20 (Conc $16 / Family $65) February

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The Freak and The Showgirl (uk/usa)

‘Not for the faint-hearted, or for those inclined to blush at the sight of a bit of wedding tackle – both male and female – boldly exposed to the winter air.’ vvvv The Scotsman An orgy of flesh, flippers and fun, bumping, grinding and freaky frolics culminating in a beer drinking competition with the audience... Now that we’ve got your attention, step right up for The Freak and The Showgirl, direct from a sellout run at Amsterdam Fringe, starring Julie Atlas Muz (USA) and Mat Fraser (UK). The crazy blonde and the sealboy mutant promise their Aussie debut will be funny as hell and like nothing you’ve ever seen! www.thefreakandtheshowgirl.com 1 - 13 Mar at 11.30pm, 60 mins $27 (Conc & Tue $20) February

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The Wau Wau Sisters are naked as they day they were born again! (usa)

7 World Premiere. Adelaide exclusive. With every airport in the world conspiring against them, The Wau Wau Sisters have nothing to wear and nothing to lose. See how deep they can dig to find the courage, cocktails and comedy to take the stage as they truly are - unruly, undressed, unabashed and uninhibited! 2010 Adelaide Fringe Award Finalist: Best Cabaret 2008 Brighton Fringe Award: Best International Act ‘The Wau Wau Sisters refuse to bow to any sort of theatrical courtesy. They are utterly fearless.’ The Skinny ‘A never-ending fast-burning surge of lusty energy and heart-felt passion that could power eternity.’ DB Magazine

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Ian Moss

Paris Wells

Ian Moss is one of Australia’s iconic musicians. His unforgettable sound is the synthesis of his extraordinary guitar prowess and his silken voice which resonates with pure soul. Adored as both a member of Cold Chisel and a multi award-winning solo performer, Moss is sure to delight. www.ianmoss.com.au

Fiery songstress Paris Wells will delight with her beautiful, eclectic and audacious songs that will kick you in the balls and leave you begging for more. Racy and bold, her music reflects her free spirit, flirting with alternative pop and electro-soul. Paris is everyone’s darling! www.pariswells.com.au

12 Feb at 10:00pm / 13 Feb at 7pm, 60 mins $40

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Amanda Palmer Goes Down Under (usa)

Katie Noonan & The Captains

Amanda Palmer, of The Dresden Dolls is back in Australia to support her new album “Amanda Palmer Goes Down Under”, an album of live and studio songs written & recorded in the Antipodes, including the songs “Vegemite”, “New Zealand” and the instant dance club hit “Map of Tasmania”. www.amandapalmer.net

One of Australia’s brightest musical discoveries of the new millennium, Katie Noonan returns to the spotlight with an original album and a new band, The Captains. A five-time platinum and multiple ARIA-winning recording artist, Katie is in fine voice on Emperor’s Box, a dynamic piece comprising of thirteen personal, emotive works. www.katienoonan.com

2 - 3 Mar at 10pm, 60 mins $45

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Renée Geyer is one of the world’s finest singers, an Australian music legend & ARIA Hall of Fame inductee. A true and undeniably unique talent on stage or on record. In a career spanning four decades & twenty three albums Renée Geyer refuses to rest on her laurels. www.reneegeyer.com.au 4 Mar at 10pm / 5 Mar at 7pm, 60 mins $50 February

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Growing up on their parents’ vinyl collection of Zappa, Hendrix and 70s rock, the four Findlay sisters show extraordinary talent both as performers and songwriters. Winners of Triple J’s 2010 Unearthed High competition, they released their first EP, Through the Clover, to rave reviews and will play Glastonbury Festival in June. www.myspace.com/stonefieldtheband 1 Mar at 7pm, 60 mins $25 February

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Vaudeville Vamp, Cabaret Queen, Rock ‘n’ Roll Hellcat. Christa (Machine Gun Fellatio, Circus Oz, La Clique) takes us on the whiskey-laced journey of a “lush” from the tingling buzz of that first elegant sip through to the hair-ofthe-dog blues. Performing songs by Tom Waits, TigerLillies, Sinatra, Chisel and her own compositions. www.christahughes.net

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Songs To Make You Smile (nz/uk)

Lili wants to make you smile, and so she brings you some of her favourite vintage comedy songs. vvvvv Broadway Baby

‘An evocative delight.’ vvvvv Musical Talk ‘Pure joy’ vvvv1/2 Adelaide Advertiser www.lililascala.com 11 Feb - 13 Mar (Fri - Sun only, excl. 18 Feb) at 5pm, 60 mins $24 (Conc $20) February

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Guaranteed good times! A show not to be missed! Eagle & the Worm are an original big band encapsulating the iconic sounds of the 60s and 70s, spotlighting post-stardust Bowie, David Byrne, The E Street Band and the great pop bands of the era. They are national favourites… Come and see why! www.eagleandtheworm.com 25 Feb at 10pm, 60 mins $25

After the success of her “Jazz Cigarette” show at both the Adelaide Cabaret and Fringe Festivals, Ali McGregorGregor returns with an afternoon of jazz standards and fresh takes on classic songs both new and old. Backed by a trio of the finest jazz musicians in this hour of gorgeous song. www.alimcgregor.com 19 - 20 Feb at 3.30pm, 60 mins $25 (Conc $20)

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My brother Chris, Dan Luscombe, Mike Noga, Ben Bourke and I have a new album. It’s rough and ready but not without ambition and some finesse. Like most of the Augie March stuff it ain’t hip, but I hope it’s got some legs to outstroll the sprinting ninnies on Cool Street. www.glennrichards.com.au

One of America’s funk soul veterans, Roy Ayers is the second-most sampled musician in hip-hop, after James Brown. One of the greatest jazz vibraphonists of the 1960s and R&B bandleader in the 1970s and ‘80s, Ayers is regarded as a prophet of acid jazz… a man decades ahead of his time. www.myspace.com/royayersubiquity

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AMPLIFIRE AND PREMIER ARTISTS PRESENT

The Audreys

Sometimes the stars. acoustic duo.

A new show brimming with your favourite vintage of old etypejazz songs, a sparkling collection of stylish new tunes, a glittering selection of quirky borrowed classics and of course some down right grooving blues. www.etypemusic.com 6 Mar at 7pm / 7 Mar at 8.30pm, 60 mins $30 (Conc & Artist Pass $25) February

Impossible to put in a box, The Twoks draw heavily from rock, pop and improvised music. Featuring Xani Kolac on electric violin and vocals, Mark Leahy on drums and Stewart Taylor on electric bass, The Twoks return to the Adelaide Fringe after taking out the Best Music Award in 2008. www.myspace.com/thetwoks 8 Mar at 10pm, 60 mins $15

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Adelaide’s own alt country outfit The Audreys return for one night only in a special intimate show. Performing as an acoustic duo, Taasha Coates and Tristan Goodall will play songs from their first two ARIA winning albums and their stunning new release Sometimes The Stars. Get in quick, folks. www.theaudreys.com.au 13 Feb at 10pm, 60 mins $40 February

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You can’t beat a night out with music great, Joe Camilleri. Joe is a true entertainer with an armoury of songs that are part of Australia’s history. For 45 years Camilleri has toured, wailed and shaken it… and audiences love him! Join Joe for Sorrows and Falcons hits and future classics. www.joecamilleri.com.au 3 - 4 Mar at 7pm, 60 mins $40 February

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Lanie Lane:

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Old Man River

The Transatlantics bring pure soul dynamite to The Spiegeltent. One of the country’s most exciting young bands, The Transatlantics have shared the stage with Fred Wesley, the Menahan Street Band, Roy Ayers and Marva Whitney and have just been signed to the UK’s Freestyle Records. Don’t miss this. www.thetransatlantics.com.au

After two sold out shows at the 2010 Adelaide Cabaret Festival, Lanie Lane returns for a special one off solo show. Hot on the heels of her debut single and video, “What Do I Do” this songwriting chanteuse invites you into her world of sultry blues & sugar sweet melodies. www.lanielane.net

Ohad Rein, aka Old Man River, is best known for his 2006 smash hit “Sunshine” from the APRA Award winning album, “Good Morning”. Since then the enigmatic Sydneysider has been globetrotting, where he found inspiration for his eagerly anticipated new album “Trust”. Enjoy this awesome songwriter and his amazing band. www.trustomr.com

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Fleeing her life in South London, Carol Pratchett accidentally becomes Constatine Le Previeure, the French Ambassador’s wife. When her masquerade lands her in policeheadquarters, it appears nothing can save her. A cabaret of European elegance, political intrigue and what happens when your fantasy careers out-of-control. Performed by Nikki Aitken and Matthew Carey. www.vivalafranglaise.com

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Evelyn Evelyn are a conjoined twin songwriting duo performing original compositions on piano, guitar, accordion and ukulele. With a circus performance background and an eclectic range of influences, the sisters play genre-bending songs full of humour, sadness and double entrendre. Staring Amanda Palmer (The Dresden Dolls) and Jason Webley. www.evelynevelyn.com 2 Mar at 7pm, 60 mins $40 February

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Live at The Beards Club

New York Nights

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Bearded folk, rejoice! Gather together, relax in a pro-beard environment and take in the best beard-related entertainment this country has to offer. The Beards Club is back bigger and better than ever. Bearded anecdotes, video presentations, prizes for the best beards, and of course, The Beards’ infamous beard-related songs! www.thebeards.com.au 24 Feb at 10pm, 60 mins $20 February

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Skylines, hemlines, storylines, songs. The playboys, the bombshells, cigar smoke and stage doors. The American Songbook swings, sizzles and soars. Late nights, early mornings, no regrets… The duets made famous in New York’s Golden Age of Cabaret - brought to the stage by Sidonie Henbest and Matthew Carey. www.newyorknightscabaret.com 13 Feb at 3.30pm, 60 mins $30 (Conc & Group $25 / FringeBEN $20)

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For 25 years, the glorious voices of Vika and Linda Bull have been amongst the most distinctive, versatile and emotionally charged sounds on our music landscape. Since their multi-platinum conquest of radio with The Black Sorrows, the sisters have forged pathways into soul, gospel, blues, country and Tongan island music. Pure delight guaranteed! www.vikaandlinda.com 19 Feb at 10pm, 60 mins $40 February

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Jess Ribeiro and The Bone Collectors

Monique Brumby

ARIA Award winning singer/songwriter Monique Brumby is an enigma… A storyteller considered ahead of her time. She released her debut album “Thylacine” to wild acclaim in 1996. With her forth studio album “Skeletons’ Polka” now out, join Monique for deeply moving, passionate performances of her new songs and much-loved early work. www.moniquebrumby.com 20 Feb at 10pm, 60 mins $25 (Conc $22) February

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‘My music senses were set alight with the kind of magic I’ve only witnessed a couple of times in my life.’ Tim Ritchie, Radio National Let the raw energy of Jess Ribeiro and The Bone Collectors spirit you away on a journey through country-town incantations, fringe-dwelling, note bending nu-folk, love. www.myspace.com/jessribeirobonecollectors 11 Feb at 10pm, 60 mins $20 (Conc $15)

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Philip Escoffey: Six More Impossible Things Before Dinner

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‘This man is, absolutely, the best mind reader I’ve ever seen.’ Kochie,Channel 7 Sunrise Sold-out Adelaide Fringe 2010, Melbourne Comedy Festival 2009/10, Sydney Opera House and Edinburgh Festival. The maverick Brit is back with his much-anticipated follow-up show, featuring new impossibilities taken from the dark and dangerous world of influence, belief, need – and deceit. From beliefs based on luck to the multi-billion dollar spiritual industry, everything comes under scrutiny by this ‘singularly gifted entertainer’ (The Scotsman, UK). Are you a sceptic, believer or fence-sitter? And is he a mind reader or total con man? Come and decide for yourself… ‘Witty, sharp and very funny... astounding.’ v v v v1/2 The Age ‘One of the most surprising, slyly manipulative and intelligent shows I have seen.’ Sunday Age

‘Astounding show... such breathtaking skill... nothing short of a masterpiece!’ v v v v The Scotsman (UK) ‘Simply staggering, for believers and sceptics alike.’

‘A raucous good time… No ordinary circus outing… Impressive, infectious.’ Timeout (New York)

‘F**CK ME!!’ Gordon Ramsay

SOLD-OUT: New York, London, Berlin, Edinburgh and Sydney Opera House.

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‘Equal parts comedy and brain-frying... a great night out.’ Time Out www.siximpossiblethings.co.uk 11 - 20 Feb (excl. 14 & 18 Feb) at 8.15pm / 21 Feb - 13 Mar (excl. 28 Feb & 7 Mar) at 7pm $30 (Conc, Group, Tue & Preview 11 - 13 Feb $25) February

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‘F**ck me!’ Jeremy Clarkson ‘The most entertaining hour I’ve ever had.’ 3AW Radio

Umbrella Revolution

Tom Tom Crew returns to Adelaide with its slap-in-the-face collision of super-charged circus and heart-pumping music! Australia’s leading acrobats join forces with modern musical prodigies in a circus-music fusion unlike anything you’ve ever seen before. Beat-boxing sensation, Tom Thum, takes the stage with Ben Walsh (The Bird, Circle of Rhythm) and Luke Dubbs (Hermitude) to drive the hip-hop beats of this pulsating production, whilst graduates of the Flying Fruit Fly Circus, Ben Lewis and Shane Witt join forces with Mali De Goey and Jamie McDowell to create this high-energy show that has wowed audiences from Taipei to Broadway. With phenomenal talent, extreme energy and a healthy disrespect for the laws of gravity, the Tom Tom Crew is a mesmerising powerhouse of a show.

‘Not so much a musical event, more a hip-hop circus – in the best possible sense… There can’t be many more exciting spectacles than this!’ The Herald (UK) ‘Pure feel-good entertainment… an hour of premier league beat-boxing, drumming, turntablism and ridiculously accomplished acrobats.’ The London Paper (UK) www.tomtomcrew.com 11 Feb - 13 Mar Tue - Sat (excl. 18 Feb) at 9.45pm / Sun at 5pm / 19 Feb, 5 & 12 Mar additional matinees at 5pm, 60 mins $38 (Conc, Tue & Preview 11 - 13 Feb $30 / Group $35) February

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T o k en E v ents P R E S E N T S

Wil Anderson Man vs. Wil

T o k en E v ents P R E S E N T S

Peter Helliar’s World of Balls (...And The Men And Women

P remier A rtists P R E S E N T S

Saligia - Tim Rogers

Who Like To Play With Them)

22 - 23 Feb at 11.15pm, 60 mins $38 February

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WINNER - PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD 2010 Melbourne Comedy Festival BEST SHOW NOMINEE 2010 Melbourne Comedy Festival Having spent the last 4 months gigging in America and already a regular on US late night comedy talk show, Chelsea Lately, it won’t be long before Wil takes on The World. So, with that in mind, he’s starting by taking on Man. Socially engaged, politically aware and bloody funny, Wil returns to The Garden of Unearthly Delights with a brandnew razor-sharp hour of jokes. Wil’s on a roll and you don’t want to miss it. www.wilanderson.com.au 1 - 13 Mar at 8.15pm, 60 mins Fri & Sat $35 / Sun - Thu $32 / Preview 1 - 3 Mar $25

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Let me get a couple of things straight. This is NOT a show about testicles; it’s a show about sport. The two subjects may collide when I discuss Lance Armstrong and Tiger Woods but that’s it. I also know that men and women also like to play with sticks, swords, clubs, bats and shuttlecocks but the title was getting a touch wordy. Don’t miss your chance to see the man behind the smashhit Aussie movie, I Love You Too, in his natural habitat – live on stage and talking the funny. www.token.com.au

Heath Franklin’s Chopper Chopper’s Big F**ken Late Night Show

Saligia is a piercing treatise on the seven deadly sins. Tim Rogers tempts you to leave your soul at the door and join him on an archaeological expedition into the murky realms of sin. Expect juicy tales from the rock’n’roll morass and sinfully seductive songs. Expect tickets to sell fast! www.timrogers.com.au

WINNER - BEST COMEDY HELPMANN AWARD 2010

Laug h ing S toc k P roductions P R E S E N T S

After stabbing, head-butting and cock-punching his way across the world, Heath Franklin’s Chopper comes back to his favourite city to host a BIG F**KEN SHOW, with some of his favourite comedy mates. Every night a new line up It’s the late night show of the Fringe! 6 SHOWS ONLY! www.laughingstock.com.au 18 Feb - 5 Mar (Fri & Sat only) at 11.15pm, 60 mins $30 February

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The Axis of Awesome

and Friends Sing Songs...And Friends!

21 - 27 Feb at 8.15pm, 60 mins Sun - Thu $32 / Fri & Sat $35 / Preview 21 Feb $25 February

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Wanna dance your Saturday night away? Wanna sing along as your favourite comedians pretend to be rock stars (until they forget the words and need your help)? Live band, great tunes and special guests as you’ve never seen them it’s gonna be friggin’ awesome. Lineups at: www.jasonchong.com.au

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Join The Axis of Awesome and your favourite guests from the festival for a late-night-mash-up-sing-along-feel-goodparty-show. It’s the late night show you’ll be talking about for days and dreaming about for nights. 'vvvvvvvvvvvv It’s like a dinosaur wrapped in a spaceship holding a sword on fire.’ The Bible www.axisofawesome.net 11 - 13 Mar at 11.15pm, 60 mins $20 February

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Umbrella Revolution

Umbrella Revolution


February Sat 19

Sun 20

Mon 21

Tue 22

Wed 23

Thur 24

Fri 25

Sat 26

Sunday Mon 27 28

Time

Bosco

Gigalees

Gigalees

Gigalees

Gigalees

Gigalees

Gigalees

Gigalees

Gigalees

Gigalees

11.00

Bosco

There’s a bug

There’s a bug

There’s a bug

There’s a bug

12:15

Amazing Drum

Amazing Drum

1:00

Patrick Mon

Patrick Mon

1:30

Time

Venue

11.00 12:15 1:00

Puppet

1:30

Bosco

2:00

Spiegel

2:00

Puppet

3:00

Thu 10

Fri 11

Sat 12 Amazing Drum

Sun 13

Mon 14

Tue 15

February Wed 16

Thur 17

Fri 18

Amazing Drum

Amazing Drum

Kids Comedy

Kids Comedy

Kids Comedy

Kids Comedy

Kids Comedy

2:00

Seaside Punch

Seaside Punch

Seaside Punch

Seaside Punch

Seaside Punch

2:00

Bosco

Kids Comedy Seaside Punch Punch Sticks

Sticks

Sticks Stones

Sticks Stones

Bubblewrap

Bubblewrap

3:00

3:00

Puppet

Pigs in Wigs

Pigs in Wigs

Pigs in Wigs

Pigs in Wigs

Pigs in Wigs

Pigs in Wigs

3:00

3:30

Spiegel

NY Nights

Ali McGregor

Ali McGregor

Kids Comedy

Kids Comedy

3:30

4:00

Puppet

Amazing Drum

Amazing Drum

Pahlevan Kachal

Snaps Kakadu

Snaps Kakadu

4:00

4:30

Bosco

Sticks Stones

Sticks Stones

4:30

5:00

Puppet

Pigs in Wigs

Pigs in Wigs

5:00

5:00

Umbrella

Tom Tom Crew

5:00

5:00

Spiegel

Songs to Make

5:30

Bandstand

BankSA Concert

6:00

Puppet

6:30

Bosco

7:00

Umbrella

7:00

Spiegel

Roy Ayers

Viva La Fran

Ian Moss

7:00

Cupola

Deborah Frances

Deborah Frances

Deborah Frances

7:00

Deluxe

7:00

Nird

7:00

Spare Rm

7:00

Puppet

7:30

Bosco

7:30

Le Cas

7:45

Campanile

8:00

Puppet

8:15

Umbrella

8:15

Cupola

Pigs in Wigs

Pigs in Wigs

Pigs in Wigs

Pigs in Wigs

Tom Tom Crew

Tom Tom Crew

Tom Tom Crew

Songs to Make

Songs to Make

Songs to Make

Songs to Make

BankSA Concert

BankSA Concert

BankSA Concert

BankSA Concert

Amazing Drum

Amazing Drum

Seaside Punch

Seaside Punch

BankSA Concert

BankSA Concert

Nothing Is

Nothing Is

Wanderlust

Wanderlust

Wanderlust

Seaside

Seaside

Boy with Tape

Boy with Tape

Boy with Tape

Felicity Ward

Felicity Ward

Felicity Ward

Max & Dagger

Max & Dagger

Max & Dagger

Swamp Juice

Swamp Juice

Swamp Juice

Philip Escoffey

Philip Escoffey

Philip Escoffey

Barry Morgan

Barry Morgan

Barry Morgan

David Quirk

David Quirk

David Quirk

Cantina

Cantina

Cantina

Nothing

Nothing

Nothing

Sam Simmons

Sam Simmons

Sam Simmons

Sammy & Randy

Sammy & Randy

Punch - Afghan

Wanderlust

Deborah Frances

Las dos Fridas

6:30

Philip Escoffey

Philip Escoffey

Philip Escoffey

Philip Escoffey

Philip Escoffey

Philip Escoffey

Philip Escoffey

7:00 7:00

Deborah Frances

Deborah Frances

Deborah Frances

Deborah Frances

Deborah Frances

7:00

Stephen Cum

7:00

Nothing Is

Nothing Is

Wanderlust

Wanderlust

Boy with Tape

Boy with Tape

Boy with Tape

Felicity Ward

Felicity Ward

Felicity Ward

Max & Dagger

Max & Dagger

Max & Dagger

Swamp Juice

Swamp Juice

Swamp Juice

Philip Escoffey

Philip Escoffey

Philip Escoffey

Barry Morgan

Barry Morgan

Barry Morgan

Nothing Is

Nothing Is

Wanderlust

Wanderlust

Wanderlust

Pahlevan Kachal

Nothing Is

Nothing Is

Nothing Is

Nothing Is

7:00

Wanderlust

Wanderlust

Wanderlust

Wanderlust

Wanderlust

Wanderlust

7:00

Pahlevan Kachal

Pahlevan Kachal

Pahlevan Kachal

Pahlevan Kachal

Snaps Kakadu

Snaps Kakadu

7:00

Boy with Tape

Boy with Tape

Boy with Tape

Boy with Tape

Boy with Tape

Boy with Tape

Felicity Ward

Felicity Ward

Felicity Ward

Felicity Ward

Felicity Ward

Felicity Ward

Max & Dagger

Max & Dagger

Max & Dagger

Max & Dagger

Max & Dagger

Max & Dagger

Swamp Juice

Swamp Juice

Swamp Juice

Swamp Juice

Swamp Juice

Swamp Juice

7:30

Boy with Tape

Felicity Ward

Felicity Ward

Max & Dagger

Max & Dagger

Swamp Juice

Swamp Juice

Philip Escoffey

Philip Escoffey

Peter Helliar

Peter Helliar

Peter Helliar

Peter Helliar

Peter Helliar

Peter Helliar

Peter Helliar

Barry Morgan

Barry Morgan

Barry Morgan

Barry Morgan

Barry Morgan

Barry Morgan

Barry Morgan

Barry Morgan

Barry Morgan

Le Gateau

Le Gateau

Le Gateau

Le Gateau

Le Gateau

Le Gateau

Le Gateau

Le Gateau

Le Gateau

David Quirk

David Quirk

David Quirk

David Quirk

David Quirk

David Quirk

David Quirk

David Quirk

Cantina

Cantina

Cantina

Cantina

Cantina

Cantina

Cantina

Cantina

Nothing

Nothing

Nothing

Nothing

Nothing

Nothing

Nothing

8:30

Sam Simmons

Sam Simmons

Sam Simmons

Sam Simmons

Sam Simmons

Sam Simmons

Sam Simmons

Sam Simmons

8:45

Sammy & Randy

Sammy & Randy

Sammy & Randy

Sammy & Randy

Sammy & Randy

Sammy & Randy

Sammy & Randy

Sammy & Randy

8:45

Punch - Afghan

Punch - Afghan

Punch - Afghan

Punch - Afghan

Punch - Afghan

Punch - Afghan

Punch - Afghan

Punch - Afghan

9:00

Stevl Shefn

Stevl Shefn

Stevl Shefn

Stevl Shefn

Stevl Shefn

Stevl Shefn

Stevl Shefn

Stevl Shefn

9:00

Smart Casual

Smart Casual

Smart Casual

Smart Casual

Smart Casual

Smart Casual

9:30

Pirate Rhapsody

Pirate Rhapsody

Pirate Rhapsody

Pirate Rhapsody

Pirate Rhapsody

Pirate Rhapsody

9:30

Tom Tom Crew

Tom Tom Crew

Tom Tom Crew

Tom Tom Crew

Tom Tom Crew

Ali Cook

Ali Cook

Ali Cook

Ali Cook

Ali Cook

9:45

Katie Noonan

Lanie Lane

The Beards

Old Man River

Old Man River

10:00

Drags Aloud

Drags Aloud

10:00

Sammy & Randy

Sammy & Randy

Sammy & Randy

Punch - Afghan

Punch - Afghan

Punch - Afghan

Punch - Afghan

Punch - Afghan

Stevl Shefn

Stevl Shefn

Stevl Shefn

Stevl Shefn

Stevl Shefn

Stevl Shefn

Cupola

Smart Casual

Smart Casual

Smart Casual

Smart Casual

Smart Casual

Smart Casual

Smart Casual

Smart Casual

9:30

Spare Rm

Pirate Rhapsody

Pirate Rhapsody

Pirate Rhapsody

Pirate Rhapsody

Pirate Rhapsody

Pirate Rhapsody

Pirate Rhapsody

Pirate Rhapsody

9:45

Umbrella

Tom Tom Crew

Tom Tom Crew

Tom Tom Crew

Tom Tom Crew

Tom Tom Crew

Tom Tom Crew

9:45

Deluxe

Ali Cook

Ali Cook

Ali Cook

Ali Cook

Ali Cook

Ali Cook

Ali Cook

Ali Cook

10:00

Spiegel

Jess Reibero

Ian Moss

The Audreys

Paris Wells

Paris Wells

Vika & Linda

Monique Brumby

10:00

Bosco

Drags Aloud

10:00

Le Cas

Asher T

10:00

Puppet

10:00

Boy with Tape

Nothing Is

Boy with Tape

Sammy & Randy

9:30

Las dos Fridas

Deborah Frances

Sam Simmons

Campanile

Las dos Fridas

Deborah Frances

Sam Simmons

9:00

Las dos Fridas

Deborah Frances

Sam Simmons

Puppet

6:00

Las dos Fridas

Deborah Frances

Nothing

9:00

Amazing Drum

Deborah Frances

Nothing

Le Cas

Amazing Drum

Fiona O

Cantina

8:45

Amazing Drum

Fiona O

Cantina

Bosco

Amazing Drum

Fiona O

Cantina

8:45

5:30

Amazing Drum

Fiona O

David Quirk

Nird

BankSA Concert

Fiona O

Le Gateau

8:30

BankSA Concert

Fiona O

David Quirk

Spiegel

BankSA Concert

Fiona O

Le Gateau

8:30

5:00

BankSA Concert

Fiona O

Le Gateau

Deluxe Spare Rm

Songs to Make

Fiona O

David Quirk

8:15 8:15

Songs to Make

Glenn Richards

FRINGE OPENING NIGHT PARTY

Nothing Is

Deborah Frances

GARDEN CLOSED

GARDEN OPENING NIGHT PARTY

Mayer Hawthorne

Amazing Drum

Songs to Make

GARDEN CLOSED

Amazing Drum

Max & Dagger

Katie Noonan Sam Simmons

Stevl Shefn Pirate Rhapsody

7:45 8:00 8:15 8:15 8:15 8:15 8:30

9:45

Drags Aloud

Drags Aloud

Drags Aloud

Drags Aloud

Drags Aloud

Drags Aloud

Drags Aloud

Drags Aloud

Drags Aloud

Drags Aloud

Ali Cook Eagle & The Worm Drags Aloud

Asher T

Asher T

Asher T

Asher T

Asher T

Asher T

Asher T

Asher T

Asher T

Asher T

Asher T

Asher T

Asher T

Asher T

10:00

Tyrannasaurus

Tyrannasaurus

Tyrannasaurus

Tyrannasaurus

Tyrannasaurus

Tyrannasaurus

Tyrannasaurus

Tyrannasaurus

Tyrannasaurus

Tyrannasaurus

Tyrannasaurus

Tyrannasaurus

Tyrannasaurus

Tyrannasaurus

10:00

Nird

Nothing

Nothing

Nothing

Nothing

Nothing

Nothing

Nothing

Nothing

Nothing

Nothing

Nothing

Nothing

10:00

10:05

Campanile

Mickey D

Mickey D

Mickey D

Mickey D

Mickey D

Mickey D

Mickey D

Mickey D

Mickey D

Mickey D

Mickey D

Mickey D

Mickey D

10:05

10:45

Cupola

Patrick Monahan

Patrick Monahan

Patrick Monahan

Patrick Monahan

Patrick Monahan

Patrick Monahan

10:45

10:45

Spare Rm

Imaan

Imaan

Imaan

Imaan

Imaan

Imaan

10:45

11:00

Deluxe

Club Briefs

Comic Strip

Club Briefs

11:00

11:00

Puppet

Gothic Punch

Gothic Punch

Gothic Punch

Gothic Punch

11:00

1:15

Umbrella

Comedy Orphans

Chopper

Chopper

1:15

11:15

Le Cas

Deborah Frances

Deborah Frances

11:30

Spiegel

Wau Wau Sisters

Wau Wau Sisters

Wau Wau Sisters

Wau Wau Sisters

11:30

Bosco

Phat Cave

Phat Cave

Phat Cave

Phat Cave

11:30

12:00

Puppet

Tony Roberts

Tony Roberts

Tony Roberts

Tony Roberts

12:00

DragOrama

All Star Comedy

12:30

12:30

Umbrella

12:45

Spiegel

Imaan

Imaan

Imaan

Mickey D Imaan

Imaan

Imaan

Imaan Comic Strip

Gothic Punch Chopper

Imaan

Chopper

Ali Cook

7:30

Mickey D Imaan

Saligia-Tim Rogers Saligia-Tim Rogers

Deborah Frances Wau Wau Sisters

Wau Wau Sisters

Wau Wau Sisters

Wau Wau Sisters

Wau Wau Sisters

Wau Wau Sisters Phat Cave

All Star Comedy

Wau Wau Sisters

Wau Wau Sisters

Wau Wau Sisters

Wau Wau Sisters

11:15 Wau Wau Sisters

11:30

12:45


March

Sat 5

Sun 6

Sat 12

Sun 13

Time

BOSCO

Bubble Wrap

Bosco

There’s a bug

Bubble Wrap

Bubble Wrap

Bubble Wrap

11.00

There’s a bug

There’s a bug

There’s a bug

1:00

Puppet

Amazing Drum

Amazing Drum

12:15

1:30

Bosco

Patrick Mon

Patrick Mon

Patrick Mon

Patrick Mon

2:00

Spiegel

1:30

Kids Comedy

Kids Comedy

Kids Comedy

Kids Comedy

2:00

2:00

Puppet

Puppet Pasta

Puppet Pasta

3:00

Bosco

Seaside Punch

Seaside Punch

Seaside Punch

Seaside Punch

3:00

3:00

Puppet

Pigs in Wigs

Pigs in Wigs

Pigs in Wigs

Pigs in Wigs

3:00

3:30

Spiegel

Kids Comedy

Kids Comedy

Puppet

Amazing Drum

Amazing Drum

5:00

Bosco

Seaside Punch

Sticks Stones

Kids Comedy Seaside Punch Punch

3:30

4:00

Kids Comedy Seaside Punch Punch Seaside Punch

5:00

Puppet

Pigs in Wigs

Pigs in Wigs

Pigs in Wigs

Pigs in Wigs

5:00

5:00

Umbrella

Tom Tom Crew

Tom Tom Crew

Tom Tom Crew

Tom Tom Crew

5:00

5:00

Spiegel

Songs to Make

Songs to Make

Songs to Make

Songs to Make

Songs to Make

Songs to Make

5:00

5:30

Bandstand

BankSA Concert

BankSA Concert

BankSA Concert

BankSA Concert

BankSA Concert

BankSA Concert

Puppet

Puppet Pasta

Puppet Pasta

Puppet Pasta

Puppet Pasta

Amazing Drum

Amazing Drum

6:30

Bosco

Las dos Fridas

Las dos Fridas

Las dos Fridas

Las dos Fridas

Las dos Fridas

Las dos Fridas

Las dos Fridas

Las dos Fridas

Las dos Fridas

Las dos Fridas

BankSA Concert Seaside Punch Punch Las dos Fridas

5:30

6:00

BankSA Concert Seaside Punch Punch Las dos Fridas

7:00

Umbrella

Philip Escoffey

Philip Escoffey

Philip Escoffey

Philip Escoffey

Philip Escoffey

Philip Escoffey

Philip Escoffey

Philip Escoffey

Philip Escoffey

Philip Escoffey

Philip Escoffey

Philip Escoffey

7:00

7:00

Spiegel

Stonefield

Evelyn Evelyn

Joe Camilleri

Joe Camilleri

Renee Geyer

Etypejazz

One Man Lord

One Man Lord

One Man Lord

One Man Lord

One Man Lord

One Man Lord

One Man Lord

7:00

7:00

Cupola

Deborah Frances

Deborah Frances

Deborah Frances

Deborah Frances

Deborah Frances

Fear of A Brown

Fear of A Brown

Fear of A Brown

Fear of A Brown

Fear of A Brown

Fear of A Brown

Fear of A Brown

7:00

7:00

Nird

Nothing Is

Nothing Is

Nothing Is

Nothing Is

Nothing Is

Nothing Is

Nothing Is

Nothing Is

Nothing Is

Nothing Is

7:00

7:00

SPARE Rm

Wanderlust

Wanderlust

Wanderlust

Wanderlust

Wanderlust

Wanderlust

Tony Roberts

Tony Roberts

Tony Roberts

Tony Roberts

Tony Roberts

Tony Roberts

7:00

7:00

Puppet

Pahlevan Kachal

Pahlevan Kachal

Pahlevan Kachal

Pahlevan Kachal

Pahlevan Kachal

Pahlevan Kachal

Pahlevan Kachal

Pahlevan Kachal

Pahlevan Kachal

Pahlevan Kachal

Pahlevan Kachal

Pahlevan Kachal

7:00

7:30

Bosco

Boy with Tape

Boy with Tape

Boy with Tape

Boy with Tape

Boy with Tape

Boy with Tape

Boy with Tape

Boy with Tape

Boy with Tape

Boy with Tape

Boy with Tape

Boy with Tape

7:30

7:30

Le Cas

Felicity Ward

Felicity Ward

Felicity Ward

Felicity Ward

Felicity Ward

Felicity Ward

Felicity Ward

Felicity Ward

Felicity Ward

Felicity Ward

Felicity Ward

Felicity Ward

7:30

7:45

Campanile

Max & Dagger

Max & Dagger

Max & Dagger

Max & Dagger

Max & Dagger

Max & Dagger

Space Cowboy

Space Cowboy

Space Cowboy

7:45

8:00

Puppet

Swamp Juice

Swamp Juice

Swamp Juice

Swamp Juice

Swamp Juice

Swamp Juice

8:15

Umbrella

Wil Anderson

Wil Anderson

Wil Anderson

Wil Anderson

Wil Anderson

Wil Anderson

8:15

Cupola

Barry Morgan

Barry Morgan

Barry Morgan

Barry Morgan

Barry Morgan

8:15

Deluxe

Le Gateau

Le Gateau

Le Gateau

Le Gateau

8:15

spare rm

David Quirk

David Quirk

David Quirk

8:30

Spiegel

Cantina

Cantina

8:30

Nird

8:45

Bosco

8:45

Time

Venue

11.00 12:15

Tue 1

Wed 2

Thur 3

Fri 4

Mon 7

Tue 8

Wed 9

Thur 10

March Fri 11

1:00

2:00

Tony Roberts Boy with Tape

4:00 5:00

6:00 6:30

Swamp Juice

Swamp Juice

Swamp Juice

Swamp Juice

Swamp Juice

Swamp Juice

8:00

Wil Anderson

Wil Anderson

Wil Anderson

Wil Anderson

Wil Anderson

Wil Anderson

Wil Anderson

8:15

Barry Morgan

Barry Morgan

Barry Morgan

Barry Morgan

Barry Morgan

Barry Morgan

Barry Morgan

Barry Morgan

8:15

Le Gateau

Le Gateau

Le Gateau

Le Gateau

Le Gateau

Le Gateau

Le Gateau

Le Gateau

Le Gateau

8:15

David Quirk

David Quirk

David Quirk

David Quirk

David Quirk

David Quirk

David Quirk

David Quirk

David Quirk

8:15

Cantina

Cantina

Cantina

Cantina

Cantina

Cantina

Cantina

Cantina

Cantina

Cantina

8:30

Nothing

Nothing

Nothing

Nothing

Nothing

Nothing

Nothing

Nothing

Nothing

Nothing

8:30

Sam Simmons

Sam Simmons

Sam Simmons

Sam Simmons

Sam Simmons

Sam Simmons

Sam Simmons

Sam Simmons

Sam Simmons

Sam Simmons

Sam Simmons

Sam Simmons

8:45

Le Cas

Sammy & Randy

Sammy & Randy

Sammy & Randy

Sammy & Randy

Sammy & Randy

Sammy & Randy

Sammy & Randy

Sammy & Randy

Sammy & Randy

Sammy & Randy

Sammy & Randy

Sammy & Randy

8:45

8:00

Puppet

Punch - Afghan

Punch - Afghan

Punch - Afghan

Punch - Afghan

Punch - Afghan

Punch - Afghan

Punch - Afghan

Punch - Afghan

Punch - Afghan

Punch - Afghan

Punch - Afghan

Punch - Afghan

8:00

8:00

Campanile

Stevl Shefn

Stevl Shefn

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Deborah Frances

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Mayer Hawthorne (usa)

STRUT & FRET PRESENTS

DragOrama

Le Gateau Chocolat (uk)

He counts Isaac Hayes, Barry White, Smokey Robinson and Curtis Mayfield among his influences, is a selfconfessed vinyl junkie and is the newest contributor to the ‘retro’ genre. For American Mayer Hawthorne, this is not just throwback music… this revival is all about progression. Get into the groove! www.myspace.com/mayerhawthorne

Feast’s legendary drag-centric extravaganza is back. Bigger than Ben Hur, two full-on hours of non-stop, over the top drag. Over 30 of Adelaide’s drag queens, kings and gender illusionists showcase their talent in a no-holds barred night of heels, hair, strapping and packing. DragOrama is historic, histrionic and huge. Late-late-night-Friday! www.feast.org.au

17 Feb at 7pm, 60 mins $55

26 Feb (late night Fri 25) at 12.30am, 60 mins $20 (Conc $15)

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Le Gateau Chocolat, charmingly cheeky show-stopper of A Company of Strangers and La Clique, returns to delight Adelaide with a delicious solo debut. Arriving with his oversized suitcases jam-packed with lyrca, this outrageous operatic diva is set to deliver a delectable confection of mesmerising renditions, in his exquisite baritone voice. Having performed at many prestigious venues including London’s Royal Opera House and the Copenhagen Opera House, Le Gateau is delighted to return to his Australian home, The Garden. Treat yourself to a scrumptious slice of Gateau! ‘A delicious roly-poly confection wrapped in lycra with a huge singing voice.’ Independent Weekly, Adelaide 15 Feb - 13 Mar (excl. 18 & 28 Feb) at 8.15pm, 60 mins $32 (Conc & Tue $26 / Group $30 / Preview 15 - 17 Feb $25) February

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The Comedy Orphans - Live at The Orphanage

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Ali Cook - Pieces of Strange (uk) Star of British TV’s ‘Dirty Tricks’ (Channel 4) and ‘Monkey Magic’ (Channel 5). Award winning TV magician Ali Cook makes his Adelaide debut with his sell-out Edinburgh Festival show. Expect off-beat illusion and comedy. ‘Supremely talented.’ Time Out (London)

Please sir, can I have some more... comedy? One night only, catch The Comedy Orphans - Felicity Ward, Smart Casual, Sammy J & Randy, Heath Franklin’s Chopper and David Quirk as they sweep your laugh-chimney and shine your chuckle boots. And best of all, a part of every pocket picked goes straight to charity. www.laughingstock.com.au 11 Feb at 11.15pm, 60 mins $25

OPENING HOURS

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Tuesday 7am - 5.30pm Wednesday* & Thursday 9am - 5.30pm Friday 7am - 9pm | Saturday 7am - 3pm *Optional opening only on Wednesdays. (Limited stalls open.) The iconic Adelaide Central Market... Over 140 years old

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‘Looking more like a cheeky London chap than a mysterious magician, Ali Cook blends comedy and sleight of hand to create a great show that will keep you laughing and leave you speechless.’ v v v v Broadway Baby www.alicook.com

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‘A sharp irreverent magician.’ Daily Star (UK) ‘Immensely funny.’ Daily Telegraph (UK) ‘Cook is a red hot magician.’ v v v vv One4review (UK) ‘Very smart one-liners... Dazzlingly good.’ v v v v Fest (UK)

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The Axis of Awesome

Comic Strip

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The Boy with Tape on His Face, More Tape (nz/uk)

songs in the key of awesome

After a completely sold out season at the 2010 Adelaide Fringe. The Axis of Awesome return with a brand new hour of rock comedy (romedy). With over 16 million hits on YouTube, they are an international musical comedy sensation. www.axisofawesome.net ‘vvvvv Truly awesomely funny!’ Adelaide Advertiser

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Sam Simmons & The Precise History of Things

Step right up, folks! Comic Strip is a night of stand up and strip tease, a night of belly laughs and nipple tassels, a night of punch lines and pasties. A tag-team decathlon of the Fringe’s best stand ups and burlesque artistes all in one Deluxe night out! Late-late-night Fridays! 18 & 25 Feb at 11pm / 4 & 11 Mar at 11.59pm, 60 mins $24 (Conc $20) February

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Club Briefs

BRAND NEW SHOW! What does he do? The less you know, the more you will enjoy!

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‘The Boy With Tape on His Face is utterly spectacular! Endlessly inventive, hysterically funny. Sublime physical lunacy – fight for a ticket.’ vvvvv Time Out (UK)

Autism as a metaphor

‘Wills is the last word in silent comedy.’ vvvv The Guardian (UK)

Stephen Cummings

‘Wills is a slapstick virtuoso and can make almost everyone laugh.’ vvvvv The List (UK) ‘A truly magical experience.’ vvvvv chortle.co.uk

‘Stephen Cummings, just may have Australian pop’s finest male vocal chords. His voice is full of echoes of early Elvis, rockabilly/honky-tonk & Chicago blues, but as expressed through a definitely post-modern, literate Melbournian state of mind.’ Lucky Oceans ABC Radio National.

An all male cabaret of ballsy-burlesque, savage gender offenders and highflying circus bandits. Witness the beefcaked & camped-up frontline of mischief-makers in a circus infused variety show. Briefs returns to Adelaide with a new bag of tricks in an evening of wicked humour that brings the unearthly to the Garden! 19 & 26 Feb at 11pm / 5 & 12 Mar at 11.59pm, 60 mins $15

11 Feb - 13 Mar (excl. 14, 18 & 28 Feb) at 7.30pm, 60 mins $26 (Conc, Group & Tue $22) February

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*like Chinese whispers via carrier pigeon after eating a fortune cookie... confused. Quite simply there is no one else like Sam Simmons. His shows are extraordinary – mind bendingly odd and full of heart at the same time. Don’t miss your chance to see Australia’s most original comedy creation before the world steals him from us. 2007-2010 Sold Out: Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney, Edinburgh. www.samsimmons.com.au 11 Feb - 13 Mar (excl. 14, 18 & 28 Feb) at 8.45pm, 60 mins Mon & Tue $20 / Sun, Wed & Thu $24 (Conc $20) / Fri & Sat $27 / Preview 11 - 17 Feb $18 February

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Enjoy a night like no other with Stephen solo and completely unhinged.

2009 sold out. 2010 sold out. 2011, don’t miss out, this show will sell out. Book now. www.theboywithtapeonhisface.com

One night on Europa, one of the 63 moons of Jupiter, in the amazing year 4026, a futuristic space daddy is reading bedtime stories to his daughter from “The Precise History of Things”* the best-selling compendium of the long-dead earth’s history...

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D rags A l oud P R E S E N T S

Drags Aloud Showgurl

M eiwa h W i l l iams P R E S E N T S

Los Dos Fridas

Evocative, seductive and visually powerful - Frida Kahlo’s artwork is brought to life with a myriad of Mexican textiles, aerial feats and acrobatic interpretations of the incredible life of one of the world’s most influential female artists. Original score by Ben Walsh (Tom Tom Crew) & Maja Petrovna. ‘A shimmeringly brilliant piece of physical theatre’ The Advertiser 23 Feb - 13 Mar (excl. Mon) at 6.30pm, 60 mins $22 (Conc, Tue & Preview 23 - 24 Feb $18)

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Join Drags Aloud for a fast-paced, all new tongue-in-cheek production that takes a glittering look into the mystical world of the ShowGurl in her many manifestations - beauty queen, model, dancer, burlesque star and more, all tied into the story of the most famous showgirl icon of them all. Critically acclaimed Drags Aloud took the Edinburgh Festival Fringe by storm with their satires and parodies of popular culture, grabbing 5-star reviews, a Forth Fringe Award and an off-Broadway season. Not to be missed!

P eter C ombe & T h eatre B ugs P R E S E N T

There’s a Bug in my Toffee Apple!!

A musical menu of the stickiest, crunchiest, yummiest, squashiest, yuckiest, wash your face in orange juiciest food! Peter Combe, the master chef of children’s songwriters, together with Adelaide’s leading kids theatre company Theatre Bugs, dishes up a new quirky fringe show for kids. www.petercombe.com 19 Feb - 13 Mar (Sat & Sun only) at 12.15pm $17 February

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The Gigalees Crazy Circus Show

Winner of ‘Best Kids’ Show’ at Melbourne Comedy Festival with their side-splitting comedy, awesome acrobatics, juggling, slapstick and music mayhem. After sell-out shows in Melbourne, Sydney & Edinburgh, don’t miss this hilarious physical comedy show for kids all ages, especially 0-8s! ‘High on energy, smiles, skill and laughter.’ Three Weeks (UK) www.gigalees.com.au 19 - 27 Feb at 11am, 50 mins $17 (Family $60) February

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The Phatcave

‘Right at the top of the scale.’ Adelaide Theatre Review ‘Screamingly funny comedy.’ GLAM Adelaide ‘Wickedly entertaining.’ Metro (UK) www.dragsaloud.com/showgurl

Gilded Balloon | Vivienne Smith Management PRESENTS

Patrick Monahan Stories & Tales For Kids, Who Can Run Faster Than Snails (uk)

D irt y W or k C omed y P R E S E N T S

The List Operators for Kids do Compooters: Wigipedia!

11 Feb - 12 Mar (excl. 12, 14, 18 & 28 Feb) at 10pm, 60 mins $22 (Conc $18 / Cheap Tue & Preview 11 & 13 Feb $16) February

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The ultimate late night comedy (un)safe haven where the festival’s hottest comedians come to ‘play’. SOLD OUT 2010! Host Mickey D & DJ Tim Whitt whip up the party hard! One rule...’What happens in the cave, stays in the cave...’ www.thephatcave.com for info + very special guest line-ups. www.thephatcave.com 11 Feb - 12 Mar (Fri & Sat only, excl. 18 Feb) at 11.30pm, 60 mins $25 (Conc & Group $20) February

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This award-winning Irish/Iranian comedian debuts in Australia with a hilarious, new family show. Stand up, stories including ‘The Amazing Adventures of Towel Man’ and ‘Sinbad The Fat Cat’ and dancing! ‘Instantly loveable, wonderfully unique.’ Metro Magazine ‘Big hearted show.’ vvvvv List (UK) ‘Children in stitches.’ vvvvv Festival Magazine (UK) www.patrickmonahan.co.uk 26 Feb - 13 Mar (Sat & Sun only) at 1.30pm, 60min $16 (Family $55) February

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Nominated Best Show at 2010 Melbourne Comedy Festival and named Best Kids’ Comedy at Edinburgh Fringe (BBC Scotland) this award winning duo are back in Version 2.0 exploring the cyberspace, interweb thingo: myface, spacebook, lolz, and fartificial iintelligence! A show for kids, adults and robots. No-one will be key-bored!

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BUNK PUPPETS PRESENTS

Sticks Stones Broken Bones (canada)

Bubblewrap & Boxes

From Montreal, Jeff Achtem transforms bits of junk into surreal shadow puppet sketches. Flying chickens, brain transplants and sneaky ninjas. Come play in the dark! Double award winner in Edinburgh 2010: Spirit of the Fringe & Best Newcomer.

A gorgeous family show about how to live bravely in a big world - told using acrobatics, clowning and a whole lot of cardboard boxes!

‘He reminds you what your imagination is for.’ The Skinny www.bunkpuppets.com 12, 13, 19 & 20 Feb at 3pm / 26 - 27 Feb at 4.30pm / 6 Mar at 5pm, 50 mins $15 (Family $50) February

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‘One of the most beautiful pieces of family theatre I have seen.’ MICF Review Winner ‘Best Family Show’ Melbourne Fringe 2009/2010 www.askingfortrouble.com.au 26 & 27 Feb at 3pm / 5, 6, 12 & 13 Mar at 11am, 55 mins $16

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After kicking arse all over the country, Felicity Ward (Spicks & Specks, Thank God You’re Here) is back with a brand new, standup show: Honestly. There are jokes and stories about chimps and toddlers. Any questions? ‘This is one of the funniest shows I’ve seen this year.’ vvvvThe Scotsman www.laughingstock.com.au 11 Feb - 13 Mar (excl. Mon & 18 Feb) at 7.30pm, 60 mins $25 (Conc , Tue & Preview 11 -1 3 Feb $20) February

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Asher Treleaven Secret Door

WINNERS - 2010 MELBOURNE COMEDY FESTIVAL BEST SHOW WINNERS - 2008 AGE CRITICS AWARD MELBOURNE COMEDY FESTIVAL

Sartorially as well as mentally sharp, this dapper Melbournian made a big impression at last year’s Edinburgh Fringe with his take on masculinity, playing with our perception of machismo and asking ‘what makes a man manly?’ ‘Cerebral, sublime and wonderful.’ vvvvv The Age Winner Age Critics Choice Award 2010 - MICF www.ashertreleaven.com 11 - 27 Feb (excl. 14 & 18 Feb) at 10pm, 60 mins $25 (Conc, Group, Tue & Preview 11 - 12 $21) February

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Bosco Theatre

After storming Adelaide in 2010, Sammy J & Randy return for another human-puppet-musical-comedy extravaganza! Join everyone’s favourite skinny man and purple puppet as they sing, joke and swear their way through domestic misadventures at Ricketts Lane. As seen on Good News Week. Lock your doors and separate your recyclables... it’s going to be a long night. “Sammy J and Heath McIvor are fiendishly talented writers and performers” The Scotsman, UK “Another brilliantly executed musical extravaganza that’s raucus, witty fun from start to finish” Chortle, UK www.laughingstock.com.au 11 Feb - 13 Mar (excl. Mon & 18 Feb) at 8.45pm, 60 mins $25 (Conc, Tue & Preview 11 - 13 Feb $20) February

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La Cascadeur


mic k e y dcomed y . com P R E S E N T S

Mickey D - Home

‘Be who you are and say what you feel because those who mind don’t matter and those who matter don’t mind.’ Dr Seuss Globe trotting, award winning Adeladian, Mickey D has come home. Settled down but never settling! ‘This local comedian knows us… he has our number!’ vvvvThe Advertiser www.mickeydcomedy.com 11 Feb - 13 Mar (excl. 14, 18 & 28 Feb) at 10.05pm, 60 mins $25 (Conc & Group $20) February

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The Max & Dagger Show (usa)

Deborah FrancesWhite How To Get Almost

The Max & Dagger Show has more danger & laughs than you can shake a rattlesnake at. Jack Dagger is the world champion knife thrower. Max, armed with a ukulele, is the target of the flying blades. Comedy, songs, and a deadly finale not to be believed! www.jackdagger.com

Direct from London’s West End - the hilarious show that leaves you ready to pick-up tonight! Packed with inspired advice for both sexes, those in relationships will feel desired, and every singleton like the sexiest person in the bar who could go home with anyone.

11 Feb - 6 Mar (excl 14, 18 & 28 Feb) at 7.45pm, 60 mins $20 (Conc & Tue 18)

‘Hilarious, instructive - brilliant!’ BBC www.almostanyone.co.uk

February

11 Feb-5 Mar (excl 14, 18 & 28 Feb) at 7pm in The Cupola 19, 25-26 Feb & 4-5 Mar at 11.15pm in Le Cascadeur, 60 mins Sun - Thu $25 (Conc, Tue & Group $22 / Preview 11 - 13 Feb $15) / Fri & Sat $28 (Conc & Group $25)

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Anyone To Want To Sleep With You (uk)

S te v e S h ee h an P R E S E N T S

Stevl Shefn and His Translator Fatima

Return of The Space Cowboy

Barry Morgan’s World of Organs

Mr Barry Morgan (Spicks & Specks), the ultimate organ salesman will delight and entertain you as he performs his original organ favourites, whilst demonstrating the many fascinating features of the 1981 Hammond Aurora Classic including the Zither Arpeggiator, the Melody Maker and his very own one finger method. Sold-out-cult-hit of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. www.worldoforgans.com 11 Feb - 12 Mar (excl. 14, 18 & 28 Feb) at 8.15pm $26 (Conc & Tue $22 / Prevew 11 - 13 Feb $20) February

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Smart Casual The Story of Captain Entrée

I Walked, I Danced, Iran (uk)

A unique comedy duo. Stevl - an endearingly incomprehensible everyman looking for love and Fatima - a colourless translator unknown but for expressive eyes and assured English translation. ‘Compellingly odd.’ The Age ‘So curious it’s almost hypnotizing.’ Groggy Squirrel ‘Ruthlessly intelligent and meticulously presented.’ ATG Winner Best Comedy Adelaide Fringe 2010 www.stevesheehan.com 11 Feb - 13 Mar (excl. 14, 18 & 28 Feb) at 9pm, 60 mins $23 (Conc & FringeBEN $19 / Tue $17) February

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Australia’s own psychic superstar! The Space Cowboy holds seven ‘Guinness World Records’ for his extreme stunts, is twice winner of the ‘Street Performance World Championships’, featured in ‘Ripley’s Believe It Or Not’ and has starred in many TV shows viewed by over a billion people! Witness an all new performance of extreme psychic and mental feats. www.thespacecowboy.com

New stand-up show from the international award-winning Irish/Iranian stand-up comedian, fresh from a sell-out UK tour and sell-out Edinburgh Festival Fringe season. Includes cracking routines on his Irish/Iranian upbringing, a phobia of geese and a funked up version of the Iranian National Anthem!

11 – 13 Mar at 7.45pm, 60 mins $24 (Conc $20)

‘The funniest show in Edinburgh’ The Guardian (UK) www.patrickmonahan.co.uk

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Smart Casual have taken a year off show biz. Year off options? 1. Be do-gooder suck-ups and volunteer in a third world country (yucky!) 2. Join an old sea captain for an adventure around the world (shweet). They picked option two, and they’re back to tell us about it. www.laughingstock.com.au 11 Feb - 13 Mar (excl. Mon & 18 Feb) at 9.30pm, 60 mins $22 (Conc, Tue & Preview 11 - 13 Feb $20) February

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Fear of a Brown Planet Attacks

Pirate Rhapsody, Mermaid Requiem

Fear of a Brown Planet are back with their new show “Fear of a Brown Planet Attacks”, after sell out runs at the Adelaide Fringe and Melbourne and Sydney Comedy Festivals in 2010.

Siren and Sailor, brought together by chance. A shipwreck and blowhole, their killer romance. Down and dirty award-winning cabaret artist Tommy Bradson retells Hans Christian Andersen’s “The Little Mermaid”.

‘Observant comedy… that pricks the audience conscience and rattles the funny bone. Don’t miss it!’ Adelaide Advertiser www.brownplanet.com.au

‘Raw, gritty, littered with expletives and pulsating with a soundtrack intended to shock.’ The Advertiser vvvv The Pun vvvvv Adelaide Theatre Guide www.tommybradson.com

7 - 13 Mar at 7pm, 60 mins, at the Cupola $25 (Conc, Group & Tue $20)

11 Feb - 13 Mar (excl. 14, 18 & 28 Feb) at 9.30pm, 60 mins $24 (Conc & Tue $20 / Preview 11 - 13 Feb $18)

M ons k i M ouse M edia in association wit h D anie l C l ar k e P R E S E N T S

Tony Roberts Shuffle Me Straight

In 2010, he ‘captured the audience’s hearts and minds‘ (The Advertiser). This year Tony Roberts will do it all again with his stunning close-up card magic and frisky comedy. ‘Magic like this is hard to come by... one smokin’ nights entertainment.’ Fringe Benefits ‘Seriously awesome!’ Talk Fringe www.tonyroberts.com.au 7 - 13 Mar at 7pm, 60 mins $18 February

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Nothing is really difficult Niets is echt moeilijk (HOLLAND)

Australian debut! The Dutch festival hit, WAK make uncompromised mobile location theatre. What’s that? The performance you’ll see is very physical, expressive and poetical. But also really funny, absurd and full of self-mockery. It is male poetry for men and women, without words. Performed in a big wooden box. www.theatergroepwak.nl 11 Feb-13 Mar (Wed - Sun only, excl. 18 Feb) at 7pm, 8.30pm & 10pm, 60 mins A $18 M $14 Fri & Sat $23 February

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David Quirk The Day I Ate Wombat

Good ol’ award-winning comic, David Quirk’s new show is about the dreams he’s had, the sins he’s committed and the stories that haven’t happened, but he’ll tell anyway. What becomes of a boy who once ate wombat? ‘Radical, dark and hilariously appalling.’ The Scotsman ‘Blunt, brazen and brilliant.’ The Age www.laughingstock.com.au 11 Feb - 13 Mar (excl. Mon & 18 Feb) at 8.15pm, 60 mins $22 (Conc & Tue $20 / Preview 11 - 13 Feb $15)

I maan Hadc h iti P R E S E N T S

A Little Perspective with Imaan

A multimedia show exploring the reactions of the public towards his short-staturedness. Imaan would like you come to his show because he is fascinated by how impressively tall you all are. Seriously, like totally WOW! ’Imaan has them eating out of his tiny little hands.’ dB Magazine 11 Feb - 13 Mar (excl. 14, 18 & 28 Feb) at 10.45pm $20 (Conc, Group, Tue $18 / Preview 11 -13 Feb $15) February

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Wanderlust (usa)

BankSA Free Concerts

“Best of Fest”– Vancouver, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Orlando Fringes. Trekking deep into Africa, a man demands an epiphany. Any epiphany at all. Hilarious, heartbreaking & true. Seven 5-star reviews in North America. ‘A tour de force.’ Orlando Sentinel ‘OMFG funny!’ Star Phoenix ‘Very close to perfect.’ Toronto Eye Weekly ‘A must-see!’ Vancouver Sun www.martindockery.com

Get your Fringe night out off to a great start with the BankSA Free Concerts in The Garden! Sample the best comedy, music and performance plus all the excitement and atmosphere of The Garden. Plus win free show tickets and BankSA treats each evening. Everyone loves something for nothing!

11 Feb - 6 Mar (excl 14, 18 & 28 Feb) at 7pm, 60 mins $24 (Conc, Tue & Preview 11 - 13 Feb $20)

11 Feb - 13 Mar (Thu - Sun only) at 5.30pm, 60 mins FREE

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BUNK PUPPETS PRESENTS

Swamp Juice (canada)

Welcome to a swamp like no other. Bickering toads, overbearing fairies and a rather gentle swamp monster. Using shadow puppetry, acclaimed Canadian performer Jeff Achtem debuts an inventive new show about life in a swamp. ‘Something really exceptional.’ The Advertiser ’Inventive and quirky, a bizarre talent.’ vvvvv Fest Mag www.bunkpuppets.com 11 Feb - 13 Mar (excl. Mon & 18 Feb) at 8pm, 50 mins $20 (Conc, Tue & Preview 11 - 13 Feb $14 / Family $55) February

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P uppet P a l ace & P oo k a P uppets P R E S E N T

Punch and Judy take Afghanistan

Snap’s Kakadu Club!

It’s bombs, burkas, bellydancing and beheadings galore when Punch and Judy hit the dusty road and mistakenly book their summer holiday in Kabul’s Ritz Hotel. Discover where Bin Laden has been hiding and US Forces get the nod at the end of Mr Punch’s slapstick when he finally gets mad! www.puppetpalace.com.au

Australia’s leading female ventriloquist Lindi Jane presents, Snap’s Kakadu Club for ages 3-100! Featuring Snap Crocodilous the cheeky crocodile and his Kakadu mates. Lindi Jane is Children’s Ambassador for Kidney Health Australia and won best original show in Dubai 2009! Don’t miss clever ventriloquism, singing, education themes, dance and comedy.

11 Feb - 13 Mar (excl. Mon & 18 Feb) at 9pm, 40 mins $12 (Conc $10)

26 - 27 Feb at 4pm & 7pm, 40 mins $12 (Conc $10)

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Lindi J ane P R E S E N T S

Lindi Jane presents

P uppet P a l ace P R E S E N T S

Seaside Punch & Judy

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Puppet Pasta & Pizzaz! (nz)

Two delicious puppet shows from New Zealand both with a big Italian flavour. Featuring an entree show by the famous comic puppet Pulchinello (Italy’s Punch) followed by a main marionette course of ‘Pasta Arabiatta’, where Chef Edmund Snail gets his strings all in a twist in the kitchen. Buon Appetito! 1 - 4 Mar at 6pm / 5 - 6 Mar at 2pm, 30 mins $12 (Conc $10) P oo k a P uppet C ompan y P R E S E N T S

Pigs in Wigs

Amazing Drumming Monkeys present “Love The Planet”

Fringe favourites, The Amazing Drumming Monkeys return with their new show ‘Love The Planet.’ Aimed at young children, the show features The Monkeys drumming, dancing, doing tricks and sending beautiful messages. ‘Beat Hi-5 hands down.’ The Advertiser ‘The next Wiggles.’ T.Times Famous around Australia, don’t miss them! 12-13 Feb & 5 - 6 Mar at 1pm, 4pm 6pm, 19 Feb at 1pm & 4pm / 26-27 Feb at 1pm & 6pm 22 - 25 Feb at 6pm, 30 mins, $12 (Conc $10) P rofessor Haig P R E S E N T S

Gothic Punch & Judy

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P oo k a P uppets in A ssociation wit h P uppet v ision P R E S E N T S

Tyrannasaurus Sex The Puppet Rock Opera

In a world where size matters, Bob is an average sized penis with self esteem issues. In his quest to shape up he faces impossible dangers. Can Bob survive and still hold his head high? ‘Great comedy, cool puppetry.’ Rip It Up ‘Awesome! Genuinely funny & clever.’ The Age 11 Feb - 13 Mar (excl. Mon & 18 Feb) at 10pm, 60 mins $15 (Conc $12) February

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Pahlevan Kachal The Bald Hero (iran)

Appletree from Tehran is four talented sisters reviving traditional Iranian puppetry. The Bald Hero is the colourful legend of greedy hero Pahlevan and naughty servant Mobarek fighting monsters and ghosts to win the hand of an Indian Princess. Accompanied by traditional Persian music, it is an absolute cultural delight. (In English) www.appletreegroup.ir 20 Feb-13 Mar (excl. Mon & 26, 27 Feb) at 7pm / 20 Feb at 4pm, 35 mins $12 (Conc $10) February

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Punch and Judy shows presented in the authentic traditional ‘seaside-style’ by Australia’s leading Punch-Professors. See the irrepressible Mr Punch, Judy, Policeman, Crocodile and all the crazy gang getting up to their usual mischief in the same way they’ve done for centuries ! Top-notch slapstick fun for kids, families and adults. 12 - 13 Feb at 2pm & 7pm, 19 - 20 Feb at 2pm & 6pm, 26 - 27 Feb at 2pm, 12 - 13 Mar at 4pm & 6pm, 35 mins. $12 (Conc $10)

The true story of the three little pigs. A side-splitting parody of the classic story but this time... from the eyes of the wolf. What really happened when three rotund porkers moved into the neighbourhood and started building real estate? A visual treat, delightful soundtrack. This show will delight both children and adults. 12 Feb - 13 Mar (Sat & Sun only) at 3pm & 5pm, 40 mins, $12 (Conc $10)

A cult-classic Adults-Only ‘Gothic’ Punch and Judy from Australia’s foremost punchman, Professor Haig. The show as it would have been seen in the 1800’s with all the gory bits!!! Sex, death, violence, a hanging, and even the devil himself. All the political incorrectness that you’d expect from naughty Mr Punch! 11 Feb - 12 Mar (Fri & Sat only, excl. 18 Feb) at 11pm, 30 mins $12 (conc $10)

M ons k i M ouse M E D I A in association wit h danie l c l ar k P R E S E N T

Tony Roberts

Late Night ace high

Tony Roberts returns with his cheeky brand of comedy and card manipulation - he’s back, he’s loose and he’s ready to blow your mind in this show full of guaranteed laughs and card magic mayhem. Just watch those cards dance!

11 Feb - 13 Mar (Fri & Sat only, excl. 18 & 19 Feb) at 11.59pm, 40 mins $12

‘Captivated the audiences hearts and minds.’ The Advertiser

Puppet Palace


Roll Up! Roll Up! Thrilling, death-defying, marvelously mysterious sideshow wonders of the world await you at The Garden of Unearthly Delights! Amusements, carnival rides, food and so much more! Don’t miss these one off gems!

Track (HOLLAND) By Vincent de Rooij

Sideshow Wonderland

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Human Wonders! This glamorous and tiny stage showcases Australia’s hottest sideshow acts. Short sharp shows by a Guinness World Record holding sword swallower, pain proof pin ups, snake charming seductresses, the strongest men and women alive, the most talented small people and many more unique special guests with unusual abilities! A smorgasbord of human oddities to blow your mind. Dare to stare!

Mutant Barnyard

Plus, don’t miss Theatergroep WAK making their Australian debut in a big wooden box with daily performances of Nothing is really difficult: Niets is echt moeilijk (see pg. 35)

The Space Cowboy has the largest collection of freak animals in the Southern Hemisphere and now his magnificent museum of mutations is on display. Join his safari and see a genuine fully grown two-headed turkey with three legs, an albino Kangaroo, a double faced piglet with three eyes and more in an eye-popping carnival of wonders. Australia’s only genuine travelling freak show! With new animals never before shown!


Location: Rundle Park (Kadlitpinna Park) East Terrace, Adelaide Dates: 10 February – 13 March

The Garden is closed on Mon 14 February Future Music will be held in The Garden on Mon 14 March Opening Hours: SUN – THU: Midday* – 1am FRI – SAT: Midday* – 3am * Except where earlier performances are noted Access

The Deluxe, The Puppet Palace, The Cupola and The Campanile are all wheelchair accessible. The Bosco Theater, Le Cascadeur, The Spiegeltent, Umbrella Revolution and The Spare Room have limited wheelchair access. Please refer to our website for further details or for any queries in regard to venue accessibility, suitability of performance or aid with access when visiting The Garden, please call (08) 7200 3867 for assistance. All performance venues are smoke free.

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All performances are General Admission. Seating is not guaranteed. Where applicable, GST is included in the ticket price. A booking fee of $2.75 per ticket applies to all tickets sold through FringeTix outlets. Phone, postage and other charges may apply. HOW TO BOOK: O N L I N E: www.gardenofunearthlydelights.com.au P H O N E: 1300 FRINGE (1300 374 643) IN PERSON

- At all FringeTix outlets and all Venue*Tix outlets across SA - At The Garden. There are box offices operating inside and outside The Garden site. If you are heading into The Garden, you can choose to the jump the queues and buy a ticket on your way in, or if you’re already inside you don’t have to leave to purchase a ticket! Contact Information

www.gardenofunearthlydelights.com.au Phone: (08) 8121 5122 Producers: Buxton Walker

Andrew Walker and Michelle Buxton PO Box 2197, St Kilda West, VIC 3182 Email: info@buxtonwalker.com Web: www.buxtonwalker.com Strut & Fret Production House

Scott Maidment and Sarah Stewart GPO Box 1548, Melbourne, VIC 3001 Email: everything@strutnfret.com Web: www.strutnfret.com

Publicity: Buxton Walker Publicity Michelle Buxton

0419 134 278 / michelle@buxtonwalker.com Jane Davis

0411 562 131 / jane@buxtonwalker.com Jessica Kierle

0438 805 109 / Jessica@buxtonwalker.com The Garden of Unearthly Delights is made possible by the generosity and loyalty of our sponsors and we thank them unreservedly:

Rick Payne and all of the crew at Lion Nathan, Georgie Reid and Deb Oaten at BankSA, Stephanie Cocca at Seven Network, Ben Armstrong at Bacardi Lion, Bulmers Original Cider, Ian Bradshaw at Pernod Ricard Australia, Barry Modra, Heath Sampson and Katherine Lee at Coca Cola Amatil Australia, David & Helen Rowse at Adelaide Central Apartments, Rhiannon Davenport and Laetitia Van Tonder at Mantra on Frome, the team from Complete Ute & Van Hire, Jodie and Kate at Internode, Adelaide Independent Taxis and everyone at The Adelaide City Council. The Garden of Unearthly Delights would like to thank the following people for their support: Greg, Brett and the staff of Adelaide Fringe, Jane Roads, Samantha Sutch, Paula Stankiewicz and Adelaide City Council, East End Traders Association, Joe Rugari and team at Festival City Wines & Spirits, Graham Thomas at 6’4 Marketing & Promotions, Adam and Scott from Swearwords for our fabulous artwork and design, Prudence Upton, Aaron Schuppan and Conan Whitehouse (our official photographers), Keryn Nossal at Fancy Films (television commercial production), The Transatlantics (TV commercial soundtrack) Brad Verfurth, Flip Jansen, Rob and Bart (Van Ros Malen), Dave Strong at District Agency, Steve Martin & The Boltz Boltheads, Howard Obst and the Dodgy Brothers at Wavals, Clynton and Chris from Parsons Plumbing. Klaus Frohlich, Michael Jankie at Trafficlight, Karl at Metro Business Systems, Steve Riley, Ian Hackett and the Petanque Club, Andrew Payne from McKenzie Ross & Co Insurance, the crew at East Terrace Continental, the Adelaide City Council grounds team who keep the Park looking so gorgeous, Jack, Tom & Alice, Pam Buxton and Terry Russell, Gilles St Primary and Kate at Halifax St Children’s Centre, the team at Strut & Fret: Natalie Lidgerwood, Penelope Leishman, Brian Robertson, Vikki Maroulis, Geoffrey Masters, Ashlee Jay Arnold, Loren Bell, Tina Pham, the Buxton Walker team: Hiromi Nishitani, Elise Tobin, Jessica Kierle and Sheena Lestock-Kay, Chris McDonald at Laughing Stock Productions, Will Todd (Site & Production Manager), Tom Abud (Technical Manager), Brian Robertson (Front of House Manager), Sal Avern & Dan Symister (Bar Managers), Allen Laverty, Helen Clifford, Rose McCormick, Anthony Fitzgerald, Ryan Taplin, Siiri Metsar, Dave Swinton, Sarah Edwards, Toni Smith, Vicki Kromer, and our fabulous front house staff, terrific tech team and brilliant bar crew, our stunningly talented performing artists and producers, the SA media, and the people of Adelaide who ultimately make The Garden a reality each season.

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TRY OUR BEER OF CHOICE Make The Garden of Unearthly Delights your ofďŹ cial meeting point this summer. Join an eclectic line-up of internationally renowned and home grown acts which will surprise and delight you through the Adelaide Fringe. See you there.

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The Garden Of Unearthly Delights - 2011 Program  

Official Program from the 2011 Garden Of Unearthly Delights

The Garden Of Unearthly Delights - 2011 Program  

Official Program from the 2011 Garden Of Unearthly Delights

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