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Get your blues loving mitts on 1 of 5 Double Passes to see Movin Melvin Brown on Wednesday 21 Feb at The GC this Fringe!
Are you ready for the Fringe to take their 2018 Parade up a level? We’ve got the scoop on what’s in store.
We’ve all lived through the drama and trials of share houses, and everyone has come across a bad house-mate every once in a while… but most of us have nothing on the hilarious story brought back from London by Adelaide’s own Aidan Jones.
Looking for more than food from a truck before that Fringe show? Sit back, relax and enjoy this guide…
We have some exciting news for all of the Fringe and wine lovers out there. Your two loves are about to collide. For the first time ever, the National Wine Centre will be an official Fringe venue.
Fans of vintage Australian popular music will relish Livvy & Pete, a celebration of the…
ICONIC, a Brief History of Drag is a run through of drag culture and iconography…
Not for the faint hearted, PRICASSO, AKA Tim Patch, is a artist with a very…
Award winning Adelaide comedienne Amelia Ryan has returned home for the 2018 Adelaide Fringe with…
Broadway composer John Bucchino, will be performing for the S.A. premiere season of “IT’S ONLY LIFE”. With its hauntingly beautiful score, this production focuses on the choices made by artists between their art and their lives on and off the stage. Ben Francis speaks to John Bucchino ahead of opening night…
With the 2018 Fringe season kicking off this week. The Charles Sturt Council has collaborated with Emma Knight productions to create a family friendly Fringe program that has something on offer for everyone.
Get ready for another electrifying year at the Adelaide Fringe when tonight’s Opening Night festivities kick off!
Gluttony is revamping its food offering with ex Udaberri founder Rowan Edwards and Mona’s sommelier Felix Stoffell coming on board.
This year we are pumped to see TJ’s Bar and Grill return! You can catch these guys in the Migration Museum courtyard this year – new location with the same chilled vibes and stellar drinks.
Put down the Tinder and Bumble and get around a more traditional(ish) match-making experience with a twist.
Not for the faint hearted (or kids for that matter) the Puppetry Of The Penis is on once again in the Garden Of Unearthly Delights.
Adelaide sisters Germein have the kind of close musical partnership that can only be shared by siblings and are kicking off 2018 with a brand-new sound and confidence with the single ‘Talking’.
Australia’s favourite star of Utopia is heading our way for the Fringe!