That Entertainment Podcast - chatting to the people behind the scenes of what's showing in your city.
Farty Bard Festival
Shakespeare has never been so accessible in this festival that presents all the baudy humour in some new a interesting ways.
ABBA The Museum Choir at Adelaide Fringe Festival
Come and listen to the ABBA Museum Choir perform with stories from ABBA Museum Curator, Ingmarie Halling in this must-see event of the 2023 Fringe season.
GODZ co-creator and performer Thomas Gorham chats to Andy about the cheeky, energetic show coming to this year's Adelaide Fringe Festival.
A Journey Around the World with Lumina
Anna Pope chats to Andy about Lumina's three upcoming performances bringing the next instalment of Lumina's journey around the world to Adelaide Fringe Festival 2023.
Shash Kapur From Mumbai With Love, Adelaide Fringe Festival 2023 – Copy
Shash Kapur is heading east from Perth to deliver his family-friendly comedy show at this year's Fringe Festival Book now to avoid disappointment be part of the fun with a comedian who connects with his audience like they're part of the conversation, sharing his stories of learning the Australian way while fending off calls for cash from his teenage dad.
Dancing Monsters Community Parade, Adelaide Fringe Festival 2023
The Dancing Monsters Community Parade is a popular community event full of colour and energy happening at Adelaide Fringe 2023 this March. Parade organiser, Daniel Havey, chats to Andy about the parade and how you can get involved and create your very own monster.
Have used this series to discover new shows
Great insight and so useful
I’ve found this pod to be so useful in putting me on to great shows! I never know what to pick with everything on offer in Mad March! I went to the 1000 Doors installation after listening to this and I think I enjoyed it even more because of the insight from the interview. I went in knowing you get out of it what you bring in. A friend of mine literally screamed more than once because the atmosphere was so surreal yet genuine. It was thrilling as you had no idea what might be behind the next door yet I couldn’t stop smiling.
I would have not have even heard about the African Chillout show literally in a backyard if not shared here. A really great way to learn about the shows we’d otherwise miss.
I hadn’t thought Flamenco would interest me but now having heard the artists passion through her interview with Andy I might have to challenge my preconceptions!
Please keep up the great content