Georgie Carroll’s star is ascending. She’s hosted sell-out Fringe shows across Australia which have earned many ‘best of’ accolades around the circuit. After 18 years of juggling shows with Intensive and Emergency Care nursing, something had to give for this busy working mum and she’s now a full-time comedienne.
Fiona O’Loughlin is a comedian who doesn’t really care if she offends people. And she strikes me as someone who is not easily offended either.Her show Gap Year toured around the country and she ended it at Thebarton Theatre this Adelaide Fringe.
This exhibition displays art works from Tutti, a dynamic arts program for talented young artists with intellectual and learning disabilities. The Art and Mind exhibition also exhibits vibrant and energetic artworks by established and emerging local artists.
The show is by no means cliched. It’s compelling and specific, screaming of memories once really lived; intelligent, funny and deeply human.
‘Obsessive. Compulsive. Disordered.’ is a good comedy show. But as a platform for promoting mental health discussion it is outstanding.
Kokoda is a one man play told by 20 year old Whyalla actor Jayden Marshall. Kokoda walks a fine line between a history lesson of the Papua New Guinea campaign and the psychological impact of war.