The Adelaide Fringe Artist Fund has announced that they will be awarding a record breaking $106,000 in grant funding between 15 Australian acts for the 2019 Adelaide Fringe.
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And he’s already working with local, national and international talent for the new-era annual RCC Fringe.
Excitement for Adelaide’s most entertaining period of the year is ramping up as we reveal the 2019 Adelaide Fringe’s official poster.
The RCC is moving its hub into the heart of Adelaide, but its plans for 2019 are much bigger than just a move!
Unicorns, balloon dogs, mustached fish, flying pigs… the Adelaide Fringe poster is almost as iconic as the festival itself & once again, the hunt is for the next design to represent Australia’s biggest arts festival.
After their wildly successful Adelaide Fringe debut last year, The After Hours Cabaret Club is back and bigger than ever!
RCC is back for another Fringe this year, again on the banks of the Torrens at Pinky Flat. It’s a triumphant return and there are some amazing things to see and do down at the Royal Croquet Club this year. Check out our guide to 10 Things To Do At RCC In 2018.
Adelaide’s hottest gin-infused bar has graced itself in our presence this year at the Adelaide Fringe. Think tropical oasis… think Hendrick’s… think alcohol. Yes please!
This hilarious cabaret show from Amity Dry had a sell-out season in the 2017 Adelaide Fringe and has been lauded by audiences and critics as the perfect Girls Night Out.
Adelaide, our dreams have come true! For all of the best drinks in one place, Electra House Hotel’s official Fringe Gin Garden is a must-see this Fringe.
The new reigning king of the Mad March festival season is Dogapalooza: a blues n’ roots music festival catering specifically to our furry, four-legged floofers.
Direct from Elcho Island in North East Arnhem Land, Indigenous dance sensations and smash hit of the 2017 Adelaide Fringe DJUKI MALA are back by popular demand for a limited season only and with new highlights to their award winning show!
There’s only one home of comedy in Adelaide, and every weekend you can catch some of Australia (and the world) funniest people on their stage, surprising and delighting the audience with hilarious tales.
Get around some of Adelaide’s best young comedians with Adelaide Comedy and Rhino Room at Adelaide Comedy’s Next Gen this Fringe!
Don’t stop thinking about tomorrow (or slightly later in March) because Adelaide’s own supergroup Koral and the Goodbye Horses are taking on the legendary songbook of Fleetwood Mac for this year’s Adelaide Fringe!
What happens when you compare the life of your salt of the earth grandfather to your own millennial lifestyle? Well, settle in to find out with Perjagulant, a new show from award-winning Melbourne based comedian, performance artist, and improviser, Marcus Willis.
Get ready comdey fans, because some of the Fringe’s leading comedic and artistic talents are banding together for a once of extravganza to close out the Adelaide Fringe and raise money for the headspace Edinburgh North Centre.
March in Adelaide is jam packed with huge events like the Adelaide Festival, The Adelaide Fringe, WOMADelaide and more. There’s no better time to be in the city.
So if you have you ever gone crazy over an $89 vacuum or drunk the sweet nectar of Australia’s Choice Cola then join Jason Pestell as he searches for life’s answers in competitively priced homewares.
Looking for more than food from a truck before that Fringe show? Sit back, relax and enjoy this guide…