Some of Adelaide’s most beautiful and iconic buildings will be transformed into living canvases of light during the Fringe Festival…
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The 2016 Adelaide Fringe Poster Competition winner has been revealed this morning at an unveiling ceremony in Rundle Mall.
A new multi-purpose performance venue in the heart of the city has been announced for next year’s Adelaide Fringe.
The Adelaide Fringe could be South Australia’s latest export to China if a potential deal goes through which will see elements of the festival taken to China.
Calling all artists and graphic designers from around Australia and across the world, the coveted Adelaide Fringe Poster Competition is on again and the Fringe is daring artists to be more outrageous with their designs than ever before.
The Royal Croquet Club lives on for another year! The announcement came last night that the venue will launch again in 2016 and remain at the Victoria Square site, however by 2017 it will have to find a new ‘home’.
Adelaide Fringe has delivered a staggering $68.8 million of associated expenditure to the South Australian economy this year.
With the future of one of Adelaide’s most popular Fringe venues under threat, we had a chat to the guys behind the Royal Croquet Club to find out what the real deal was.
Dress up as your favourite icon and see Le Gateau Chocolat’s critically acclaimed new Adelaide Fringe show icons for free.
A Fringe Festival first, Adelaide Art Walk is being held from the 26 February to 12 March every Thursday night from 6pm to 10pm along Melbourne Street.
German TV-host, singer and actress Sylvia Brécko is set for her first Adelaide Fringe – and she’s doing it Her Way!
Families and the young at heart are in for a treat this long weekend with the best street theatre performers in the world taking over Adelaide for four days and nights of high-octane entertainment from Friday, March 6, until Monday, March 9.
Festival newcomer Penny Greenhalgh is showing off her spirited and semi-absurd comedy stylings with her debut solo show, POP POP.
Studio Flamenco presents: ¡OLE! Flamenco Fun for Kids at the Adelaide Fringe. Stamp your feet and clap your hands with Farida the Flamenco Fairy and friends.
Some of the world’s best stand-up comedians and up and coming performers are donating their time and coming together in the one Adelaide Fringe show, to help end drug and alcohol fuelled youth violence.
More than 1000 events are happening across Adelaide for the Fringe Festival. We very much doubt…
This year, The Collins Bar is mixing it up with a collaboration with Arts Project Australia, to tie in with the highly anticipated Fringe show, SOAP.
It’s one of the biggest tickets in town, and certainly the most expensive if you opt for The Complete Experience, but the ultimate question is: will you experience fear or delight from the ticket price of Fear & Delight? What exactly is it all about?
You’ve probably seen him wandering, hunchbacked with a suitcase full of tricks around the Adelaide Fringe before, delighting kids with his absurd brand of physical and prop comedy. Dado returns this year with the original and off-beat Oddball.