The Lake Director: Edwin Kemp Attrill Venue: The Arch, Holden Street Theatres Links: five.point.one | Facebook | Vimeo Joseph (Brad Williams) and Karl (Matt Crook) are two lost souls at the edge of existence, scratching out a living in a dystopian wasteland and collecting weapons against the prisoner that they guard (Patrick Frost). We are taken into the desperation of life in their refuge as they try to stave off infection and starvation, and wait out a fog that never seems to lift. But, curiously, the phone won’t stop ringing, and we learn of outsiders who want them to execute their captive. But in the process of performing...
The Adelaide Fringe Festival … is for the punter that celebrates the misfit, likes a bit of grit in their culture, and is eager to engage with their art… This poster fails to capture what the fringe is all about: a festival for the different, marvellous, unconventional acts that don’t really belong anywhere else in the arts scene.
Cafe Non-Fiction Venue: Co-West Entry: $15; $10 Concession & Member. Links: Website | Facebook | ReverbNation The name started out as a joke. Co-West founder Rob de Kok was doing video editing on a project, many years ago, when his colleague suggested to him that they retire for a desperately-needed coffee at “Café Non-Fiction”. He’d misspoke – he’d meant to say Café Bongiorno – but the name conjured to mind a venue of such Borgesian simplicity that it was almost a crime for it not to exist. And so now it does, although not so much as a café but as an artspace for these monthly, not-quite fiction readings. What...
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