Fest Mag – Review: Exquisite (An Evening with Mama Alto) ★★★★

Mama Alto brings the soul back to jazz ★★★★ By Letti K-Ewing PUBLISHED 18 FEB 2019 Original Post at Fest Mag Transcending the modern era, Mama Alto’s voice seems to exist in all times and places. At moments it's hard to believe the performance is staged in Adelaide’s converted Freemason’s Hall and not a Downtown …

Fest Mag – Review: Fringe Wives Club: Glittergrass ★★★★

Another smash for the Fringe Wives as two new members join the club ★★★★ By Letti K-Ewing PUBLISHED 18 FEB 2019 Original Post at Fest Mag An ode to “wild women and fierce femmes,” Fringe Wives Club have produced yet another must-see show. Glittergrass is a musical parody imbued with hilariously delivered pop ballads, served with their …

FELTspace – May Exhibitions: Review

Article in conjunction with FELTspace Writers Program SUBSTRUCTURES / TO ADELAIDE – MAY 2018 ARTISTS: ELEANOR AMOR / LUKE ALEKSANDROW AUTHOR – LETTI K-EWING   Support structures underpin the spaces we comfortably inhabit and enjoy but rarely do we give thought to the laborious processes behind them. Support structures too reinforce the human relationships we …

Fest Mag – Betty Grumble: Review ★★★★

Betty Grumble: Love & Anger (or Sex Clown Saves The World AGAIN!) ★★★★ Betty Grumble’s target audience are sex-positive, passionate feminists with matriarchal tendencies. It’s important to keep this in mind in case you are shocked by nudity or aren't ready to be verbally shut down, as one hapless male heckler was tonight. It’s abundantly …