UK award winning magician Paul Dabek returns to the Adelaide Fringe with his fast paced jaw-dropping adults magic and comedy show “Look At Me”.
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The world’s meanest award-winning magician Paul Dabek returns to the Adelaide Fringe after last year’s sell-out run with the children’s magical comedy show “The I Hate Children, Children’s Show.
Get ready to be informed, inspired and have a passion ignited with this three-level exhibition
The Adelaide Fringe is giving us yet another must-see destination with so many performers set to entertain in just one venue.
Michael Wilkop returns to the Adelaide Fringe Show in a must see performance filled with trickery and illusions that will blow your mind.
Game on, Adelaide! The Fringe’s GooseChase is challenging festival-goers with a massive scavenger hunt, taking them to Fringe venues and South Australian landmarks across the state.
Think you have the creative juices to repurpose an old Holden car door into a REVolutionary piece art for the Fringe?
The Henry Austin will play host to Henrietta’s, a range of Alt-Cabaret performances during the 2017 Adelaide Fringe while serving up delicious food.
Adelaide Fringe is launching its program with an amazing pop-up street party this Friday, giving people a sneak preview of what they can look forward to!
The award-winning hit show VELVET returns to Adelaide for one performance only, so make sure you don’t miss out.
Your First Look Inside The Royal Adelaide Club – The Latest Project By The Team Behind The Royal Croquet Club
A new epic South Australian party hub has been unveiled in China for the Qingdao International Beer Festival.
Adelaide Fringe are looking for the next work artistic genius to brand the 2017 festival, with entries now open to artists and proud parents who might submit their child’s finger paintings.
Economically speaking, the 2016 Adelaide Fringe blew previous years out of the water once again.
Can it be next year already? We want more Fringe!!
The facts and figures will blow you away…
Juno performed with graceful ease songs both new and old, featuring their trademark melancholic lyrics and bittersweet harmonies.
Described as a one man romantic comedy and circus, ‘The Birdmann in Momentous Timing’ is an entertaining, and a little bizarre, with something for everyone.
David Gauci is an engaging performer, one who has little trouble holding an audience’s attention.
Presented by Baileys and Sugar Reviewed 10 March 2016 A bright fun show with some…