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We’ve said goodbye to some incredible shows this weekend, but we’ve got even more theatre coming your way for Adelaide Fringe – and it will not disappoint!
Check out the information below to see what’s new this week at Holden Street Theatres – with searing, thought-provoking drama, to immersive theatre, to comedy, to songs under the stars, we’ve got something for everyone this week!
From the award-winning playwright George Brant comes the story of an ace fighter pilot whose career in the sky is ended early due to an unexpected pregnancy. Reassigned to operate military drones from a windowless trailer outside Las Vegas, the pressure to track a high-profile target grows, and the boundaries begin to blur between the desert in which she lives and the one she patrols half a world away.
Grounded stars Martha Lott in her return to the stage and is directed by Poppy Rowley.
Presented by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc.
Patrick Livesey and Holden Street Theatres present
The Queen has died. The People have spoken. The Monarchy must end – and Prince George is SO not about it. He’s 14, insta-famous and would literally rather die than leave the Palace. But a storm is brewing. Political unrest. A boy left alone for the very first time. Plots must be laid and this pampered-up pup isn’t planning on going quietly.
The Boy, George is a queer unraveling. A tanty of Shakespearean proportions. A meltdown fit for a would-be King.
After a sell-out season at Melbourne Fringe, a nomination for Best Performance for Patrick Livesey, and winner of the NZ Tour Ready Award, Prince George is back to wreak havoc on all who dare threaten his reign.
‘Tonight, ladies and gentlemen, I am going to show you how to change the world’.
He was an infamous monster who destroyed buildings, communities, and lives, but what do we really know about Osama Bin Laden? In Bin Laden: The One Man Show, the world’s most notorious terrorist tells his remarkable, provocative, multi-award-winning story.
After a critically acclaimed USA tour and smash hit Edinburgh Fringe run this incendiary, intelligent debut from Knaïve Theatre provides a fresh perspective; creating a space for dialogue within the unthinkable.