Presented by FRANK. Theatre
Rated MA15+

“It’s bizarre and brilliant; a breathless life story told through disco mime and wide-eyed, giggling buffoonery.” (Fringefeed Perth)

Chameleon is a stirring mash-up of satire, storytelling and physical comedy, smashing stereotypes, exploring gender dynamics, and the harmful effects of social conditioning. With wit, vivacity, and whip-smart intelligence, Plummer draws frankly on her own experiences of living and loving in small town Australia and the big smoke of Paris to bare escapades both heartfelt and hair-raising.

Chameleon aims to create conversation around universal social issues for women, unite, and celebrate pleasure, liberation and sisterhood.

Chameleon was the debut solo show, from actress and clown Britt Plummer. Plummer has developed and toured the work over the past two years beginning at MakeSpace, winning Adelaide Fringe Weekly Award for Emerging Artist 2019, and with the support of The Mill’s Spotlight Breakout Residency and Arts SA’s Made in Adelaide program, presented a new version of the show at Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2019 and Fringe World Perth 2020. In September 2020, Chameleon had a sold out run at Rumpus Theatre where Plummer was joined by a fantastic femme squad of multidisciplinary artists aiding her in her quest to disarm the patriarchy with humour, passion and disco in a reimagined version. In April 2021, Chameleon tours to SALT Festival in Port Lincoln and Whyalla’s Middleback Arts Centre.

“Meet the Chameleon, Britt Plummer. If you don’t know who this is yet, then pay attention.” ★★★★★(Fourth Wall)

“Waves of recognition, sighs of resignation, and the small moments of held breath break through the near continuous laughter as Plummer peels away the disguises women wear in order to present the image society has conditioned them to create.” ★★★★ (Gutter Culture)

“I just saw the best show!!! Super funny, super smart. A great night out at the theatre.”(Audience Review)

Chameleon is proudly supported by the Department of the Premier and Cabinet – Arts South Australia, The Mill Adelaide, and Country Arts SA.

Sera Waters: Domestic Arts
  • Visual Arts

Sera Waters: Domestic Arts

19th March 2021 — 31st October 2021

This exhibition subverts and unravels the baggage-laden yet wondrous category of making once labelled ‘domestic arts’

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Raya And The Last Dragon
  • Film

Raya And The Last Dragon

13th April 2021 — 17th April 2021

Mild fantasy themes and animated violence

Presented by Country Arts SA

Walt Disney Animation Studios’ Raya and the Last Dragon travels to the fantasy world of Kumandra, where humans and dragons lived together long ago in harmony.

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