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FRINGE 2015 at the Bakehouse. All Shows at a Glance
The Bakehouse Theatre is thrilled to announce that we are filled to bursting with a fabulous array of shows for the Adelaide Fringe 2015.
We welcome back some stalwarts from previous years (with new shows) and a whole range of new performers who are keen to strutt their stuff and make your Fringe experience "something new".
We all know how confusing it is to trawl through all of the Fringe shows on offer, but with 20 different shows to choose from right here at the Bakehouse, fabulous restaurants around the corner in Hutt Street, and the Garden of Unearthly Delights a mere 5mins. stroll away, why not make the Bakehouse your Fringe Hub and start your search by venue, convenience and talent from around the world?
For your convenience we have compiled all of our shows into a one page at a glance listing here. Further down the track each show will have its own separate page for you to peruse more details.
Happy Fringeing from the Bakehouse!
BAKEHOUSE THEATRE – FRINGE 2015 – ALL SHOWS AT A GLANCE
Age-less 2 – Game On – a must see show for kids about all types of games and what happens when we bring them to life off the screen.- presented by Matty Grey Feb 14, 15, 21, 22, 28, March 1, at 11.30am
Medicine – An award winning monologue about psychedelic therapy with the shamanic plant brew ayahuasca (pronounced "eye-awaska") "A masterful storyteller" - Orlando Weekly presented by TJ Dawe –Feb 14 @7.30pm, Feb 15 @ 2pm, Feb 17, 19, 21 @ 7.30pm in the Mainstage and Feb 16,18, 20 @ 9pm in the Studio
Stop Start - Dawson Nichols, internationally renowned playwright and solo performer returns to the Bakehouse where everyone raved about his 5 star performance of "I Might Be Edgar Allan Poe" in 2014. Don’t miss this one! - presented by Dawson Nichols Feb 14 @ 9pm; Feb 15 @ 7pm; Feb 16, 18, 20 @ 7.30pm; Mar 2,4,6, @ 9pm
Flying Dreams An epic ‘bromance,’ a time-traveling European adventure, a hilarious, heartbreaking, multi-character look into the world of the gypsy touring artist. –presented by Aaron Jessup Feb 16 to 28 @ 6pm.
[title of show] –The Tony-nominated musical comedy about two guys writing a musical about two guys writing a musical about two guys writing a musical - presented by Irregular Productions - Feb 17-21 @ 9pm & Feb 21 @ 3pm.
I’m 40 – What Now? - Quentin's one man show is a story of fun, survival and hope told in a unique way. presented by Quentin Kenihan - Feb 23-28 @ 7.30pm; March 9-14 @ 9pm. Mainstage
I’m Up From Over – Michelle Lunicke is an emerging writer and performance artist from the Cascadian region of North America. She performs and writes across genres featuring issues of society, belonging, and identity - presented by Michelle Lunicke - Feb 23-28 @ 9pm
Marathon- The touring sensation from the Canadian fringe festival circuit presents a story about having been a terrible runner, about discovering your biggest blind spot. presented by TJ Dawe – March 2, 4, 6 @ 7.30pm; Mar 3, 5, 7 @ 9pm
The Lost WW1 Diary – After discovering a WW1 diary in a country op-shop Callinan leads the audience into its pages, where we meet hilarious but believable characters.presented by Damien Callinan – March 2-7 @ 6pm; March 9-14 @ 7.30pm
How Came That Blood - A new operatic re-imagining of the Red Riding Hood myth. - Scrambled Prince Theatre Company – Eltham High School Victoria – March 9-14 @ 6pm
Spooky Men of the West- A presentation of songs designed to amuse, confuse and entertain with A Capella choral music under the direction of Micheal McCarthy, presented by Richard Lane – ONE PERFORMANCE ONLY – Sunday March 1st at 1pm
Tom and Robbie Be Funny – An hour of ridiculous hilarity that will be sure to put a smile on your face - presented by Robbie Andrew –Feb 16-21 @ 6pm
Handle It - A One Woman Show by Laura Jackson “an avant-garde reflection on the sexual health of generation Y” - presented by Laura Jackson. Feb 16-21 @ 7.30pm
Medicine – An award monologue about psychedelic therapy with the shamanic plant brew ayahuasca (pronounced "eye-awaska") "A masterful storyteller" - Orlando Weekly - presented by TJ Dawe – Feb 16, 18, 20 @ 9pm (also shows in Mainstage - see above)
Stop Start – Dawson Nichols, internationally renowned playwright and solo performer returns to the Bakehouse where everyone raved about his 5 star performance of "I Might Be Edgar Allan Poe" in 2014. Don’t miss this one! - presented by Dawson Nichols – Feb 17, 19, 21 @ 9pm (also shows in Mainstage - see above)
A Bee’s Dick Away – to have a baby, or not to have a baby? To have THIS baby? These are just two of the questions - presented by Lisa Harper Campbell – Feb 23-28 @ 6pm
Big Enough and Ugly Enough - James moves out of home and shares his valuable life lessons - embarrassingly funny! "His humorous imagination sets him apart" YAWP Comedy Mag - presented by Josie McLean – Feb 23-28 @ 7.30pm
River- River is the story of a young woman, an old man and the magic of a wish chip. - presented by Claire Lovering – Feb 23-28 @ 9pm
Aardvark – What else could go wrong? Timothy Hugh Govers makes his first Adelaide Fringe Festival debut. - presented by Timothy Govers – March 3- 7 @ 6pm
Spring Alibi - Spring in the Yukon! The perfect setting for a romantic comedy about self-discovery, voyeurism, and the 8-track tape. presented by Linda Wood Edwards – March 5, 6, 7 @ 7.30pm; March 10-14 @ 9pm; Matinee Sat. March 14 at 1pm.
Days of Our Beautiful Years- An Improvised Soap Opera - The beauty, the drama, the secrets! presented by Sandra Davis – March 2-7 @ 9pm
I Liked You Better Online - All we need is love and wii-fi - presented by Luke McMahon – March 9-14 @ 6pm
The Home Front - An improvised piece exploring the lives of three women in an Australian country town during WWI, the extraordinary and the everyday. - presented by Catherine Crowley and Heidi Silberman – March 9-14 @ 7.30pm
We have a Main Theatre (capacity 87) and a Studio Theatre (capacity 40) available for hire. Click here for more information.