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Holden Street Theatres Adelaide Fringe Season 2014

Holden Street Theatres Presents...

Bitch Boxer WINNER of the Holden Street Theatres' Edinburgh Award 2013.

Albert Einstein:Relativitively Speaking Return of the Fringe 2012 SMASH HIT PERFORMER - the amazing John Hinton... "Something Close to Brilliance" - The Times UK

Shakespeare For Kids Recycled, organic, gluten free theatre for kids ‘I loved it’ – Anais, 4 years old. 4.5 stars - Krytzoff.com

Funny Business - The Return of the FAMOUS Galah!!! Hosted by comedy genius Eddie Bannon with a myriad of other funny people....

Be Your Age - It's A Miracle! Returning after sell out runs in '06, '08, '10 & '12

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...

The Back YardNo 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.

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

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

Australiana - Me 'n' Me Mates Rediscovering Australia’s heritage song, story language and humour.

Decadence Class War shouldn’t be this fun.

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

Gabriel Melbourne Dance Theatre returns)“Gabriel” is that voice which helps us to share what is good.

Hopscotch, Chooks and Slingshots

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

Mixed Doubles a nostalgic return to the old comedy sketches of Fry and Laurie or Monty Python

Mr Badger Tells the Story of The Wind in the Willows a delightful performance of Kenneth Grahame’s classic story ‘The Wind In The Willows’.

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

The Boat Goes Over The Mountain “...visually exciting, poetic in dialogue, funny, gripping, musical, and totally enthralling.”

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.

Wake In Fright“All the little devils are proud of hell.”

HST ADELAIDE FRINGE PROGRAMME 2014 - Programming is underway please contact us on 08 82231450 or email manager@holdenstreettheatres.com

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    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



    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