Love at a Distance @ Umbrella Festival 2021

Site updated 13/8/21 ~ Rescheduled to September due to July SA Lockdown. Please, book now to support local artists! ♥️

I’m super excited to share that Love at a Distance will be coming back for two shows only at Holden Street Theatres as part of The Umbrella Festival on September 3rd & 5th 2021!

Love at a Distance Adelaide Umbrella Festival
2 shows rescheduled to September 3rd & 5th at 6:30pm at Holden Street Theatres

Sometimes, in a world promoting human connection via screens, the most genuine moments can still feel distant regardless of the space between us. “Love” is often modelled in rigid ways, but what about the stories beyond the honeymoon or summer love phase?

Join the Ukulele Dream Girl for a tour of love across diverse perspectives in a world where ‘distance’ is something more relevant in our relationships than ever!

After rave reviews during its debut during the Feast Festival in 2019 and even more during Adelaide Fringe 2021, the Ukulele Dream Girl is bringing back “Love at a Distance” for 2 performances only during the Umbrella Festival in September 2021 thanks to Adapt Enterprises!

Show Dates & Locations (click the venue to be taken to the Facebook Event!)

September 3rd & 5th @ 6:30pm

at Holden Street Theatres (34 Holden Street, Hindmarsh SA 5007)

General Admission: $26 Concession: $22 + booking fee

Tickets may be available at the door subject to availability, otherwise bookings via

Praise for Ukulele Dream Girl – Love at a Distance from
Adelaide Fringe 2021 & Feast 2019

“This show took us on an intimate, engaging, interactive, thought-provoking journey, gently and expertly guided by Phi.”

★★★★★ – mindshare

“Messages of love, desire, and affection flow through the air in the form of a paper aeroplane during the show, which intensify as the show progresses.”

★★★★1/2 – The Curious Writer

“A performer literally laying their beating heart out on the table … now that’s what Fringe is about…It’s touching stuff. Raw, heartfelt and honest.”

★★★★ – The Advertiser

the art of poignant storytelling is mixed with a bright presence on stage to encompass forms of connectedness, compassion, and care.”

★★★★ – Weekend Notes

“Armed with her ukulele playing skills and spoken word poetry she delivers a closer look at that crazy little thing called love!”

★★★★ – Hifi Way

“In a world where distance is more prevalent in our relationships than ever, this show explores many forms of love and how it can still flourish at a distance. “

★★★★ – Adelaide Show Podcast