And it’s a Mythical Unicorn. Awesome!
Browsing: Adelaide Fringe
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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…
Into The Woods JR is an adaptation of one of Stephen Sondheim’s most popular works designed especially for young performers.
For two hours, the master of the absurd, Ross Noble, takes us on an eccentric and erratic trip of his mind in his new show, Brain Dump.
The myth of Lucifer, the fallen Archangel, has been around for ages. Often he is depicted as boastful and unlikeable. Philippe Klaus gives us a different take.
Peter Combe,, the beloved children’s performer who predates The Wiggles and High-5 fashioned a show especially for his now grown-up fans.
We don’t want you to leave but before you do we are going to have a damn good time!
One of the hottest and most prolific names in the business, Danny Bhoy is a natural at his craft at the peak of his game.
And why wouldn’t you when we have a sneaky code to get cheaper tickets? WIN!
Rich and compelling. Pessimism has never had such a great result…
This vehicle has allowed some wonderful writers and musicians to showcase their work. And judging by last night, Australian, original music, is in very good hands.