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Holden Street Theatres Adelaide Fringe Season 2014

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ALBERT EINSTEIN: RELATIVITIVELY SPEAKING

By John Hinton

Albert Einstein: Reletivitively Speaking

By John Hinton

WINNER: Adelaide Fringe Award - Best Theatre WK2.

★★★★★ Sunday Mail

★★★★★ Rip It Up

★★★★1/2 The Advertiser

★★★★ InDaily

★★★★ Adelaide Theatre Guide

★★★★★ The Barefoot Review

★★★★1/2 Kryztoff


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Be Your Age

Returning after sell out runs in '06, '08, '10 & '12

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Mixed Doubles

A nostalgic return to the old comedy sketches of Fry and Laurie or Monty Python.

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The Boat Goes Over the Mountain

Visually exciting, poetic in dialogue, funny, gripping, musical, and totally enthralling.

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Epicene Butcher

Using the low-fi Japanese art form known as kamishibai, this internationally acclaimed production is a startling cross cultural mash-up.

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Holden Street Express

Leaving nightly from Suzie Wong's and Holden Street to get you to the tram and back. Dance or walk it's up to you...

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BITCH BOXER

By Charlotte Josephine

WINNER: Adelaide Fringe Award - Best Theatre WK2.

WINNER: Critics' Circle Choice Award - Commendation

★★★★★ The Advertiser

★★★★ The Guardian

★★★★1/2 Kryztoff

★★★★ Rip It Up

★★★★ Adelaide Review

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A Gaggle of Saints

It is an unblinking portrait of the complexities of evil in everyday life.


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Hopscotch, Chooks and Slingshots

Eventful stories from residents of Prospect, Adelaide who grew up in the 1930’s and 40’s.


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Decadence

Class War shouldn’t be this fun.

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Wake In Fright

All the little devils are proud of hell.

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Vignettes

By Cellist David Rose

Returning to Holden Street for more Superb Sundays. One cello, many voices. A multi-layered sonic kaleidoscope painting moments in time.

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Shakespeare For Kids

★★★★1/2 - Kryztoff

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Funny Business

Hosted by comedy genius Eddie Bannon with a myriad of other funny people....

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Australiana- Me 'n'Me Mates

Rediscovering Australia’s heritage song, story language and humour.

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Badger Tells the Story of The Wind in the Willows

A delightful performance of Kenneth Grahame’s classic story ‘The Wind In The Willows’.

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A Special Day

‘Genius! This sort of inventiveness is rarely seen in New York’ (TheaterMania.com).

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Snug & Vest

Two original plays written in memory of Jill Meagher and Sarah Cafferkey. $2 from every ticket will be donated to White Ribbon.

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Gabriel

Melbourne Dance Theatre

“Gabriel” is that voice which helps us to share what is good.

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The Back Yard

No slamming screen doors or sprinklers popping just an oasis in the Fringe. Drink, play or just relax. A good old backyard bash, Cruisy tunes, open mic, retro games and amazing open-aired shenanigans.