The Peer Revue’s Adelaide Fringe run may be over, but you can still catch two thirds of them during remainder of the Festival!
Nicholas J Johnson, Australia’s honest con man, reveals how he sold his soul to current affairs television in an ill-fated quest for fame in Today Tonight, Tomorrow the World. Adelaide Now said the show contains “damn good material” and is “full of surprises”! See the show nightly at 8 PM in The Bally at Gluttony until Saturday, March 9. Visit FringeTix for online bookings, or get tickets at the Gluttony box office.
Ben McKenzie brings his improvised adventure comedy show Dungeon Crawl to Gluttony for four late night shows at 10:50 PM on March 8, 10, 15 and 16. Four guest performers create fantasy characters and go on a quest – but they’ll be making it all up as they go along. Visit FringeTix for online bookings, or get tickets at the Gluttony box office.
Ben is also recording his live Doctor Who podcast, Splendid Chaps, in Adelaide. He and co-host John Richards (co-creator of ABC1′s Outland) will be joined by guests Sean Williams (New York Times best-selling author) and Cathy Adamek (actor, dancer and director) to discuss Jon Pertwee’s Third Doctor and the theme of “Family” in Doctor Who. There will also be prizes and a musical act! Come along to the recording at 2 PM, Sunday March 10 at Tuxedo Cat, 199-200 North Terrace. Details, tickets and previous episodes available at spendidchaps.com.