The Garden of Unearthly Delights is unrivalled as Australia’s most vibrant and dynamic outdoor arts festival precinct. Running from 13 Feb to 16 Mar 2014 in the East End of Adelaide’s CBD, The Garden attracts more than 800,000 visitors a year and promises a cultural experience like no other. The Garden of Unearthly Delights is […]
The full program of the 2014 Adelaide Fringe was launched amongst an array of colourful fete stalls featuring fabulous Fringe artists. New Fringe Ambassador Katie Noonan kicked off the ‘Fringe Fete’ with a beautiful song from the balcony of the Fringe’s Headquarters in Norwood.
Katie Noonan is one of Australia’s most esteemed singer-songwriters, having amassed #1 albums, ARIA awards, and a reputation as one of our best vocalists in her 15-year career. On stage, she’s a figure of poise and elegance, so it was a pleasant surprise to find that in conversation, she’s chatty, wickedly funny, and self-deprecating. Glam Adelaide caught up with Katie to discover more about her upcoming tour, ‘Songs That Made Me’.
Every year The Garden of Unearthly Delights presents some of THE most exciting shows from across the globe and 2014 is no exception, with tickets going on sale Friday November 29.
Based on ticket sales, overall attendances, food and beverage consumption, transport and accommodation, the economic boost that Adelaide Fringe generates is incomparable.
Last night, Sunday 16 March, the 2013 Fringe Awards were awarded to the best shows, artists and venues at this year’s Adelaide Fringe.
Pete Murray will perform at The Depot, with the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, on Saturday the 16th or March.
A piggy bank creatively made from free range bacon, ham and salami called “Three Little Pigs/Fry Up”, has been stolen from Gluttony, complete with its contents – donations for charity.
The winner of the Fringe Magicians Poker Tournament is Vinh Giang of the show 3 and his nominated charity is Anglicare.
Vacuum-packing audience members on-stage and reading minds with a single piece of metal technology are just some of the quirks to expect from popular science-inspired rock band Ologism this Friday and Saturday night.