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The 2015 Fringe Program Is Out Now!

The 2015 Fringe Program Is Out Now!

The highly-anticipated 2015 program will be officially launched at new psychedelic Fringe Funhouse in Rundle Mall at noon today.

Feast Festival Review: An Hour of Touching

Feast Festival Review: An Hour of Touching

This Feast Festival comedy skit show and cabaret is advertised as a smutty night of comedy, songs, sketches, drag and dancing.

Feast Festival Review: Nath Valvo: Boy Next Door

Feast Festival Review: Nath Valvo: Boy Next Door

Nath Valvo’s stand up comedy show centres on the story of receiving a wedding invitation with the worst two words any single person could receive: plus one.

Adelaide Will ‘Play it Cool’ For 2015 CRUSH Festival

Adelaide Will ‘Play it Cool’ For 2015 CRUSH Festival

In January 2015 the Adelaide Hills wine region will once again welcome more than 15,000 revellers in a post-modern summer pilgrimage to its annual CRUSH festival to ‘Play it Cool’.

Thousands To Attend Feast’s Picnic In The Park

Thousands To Attend Feast’s Picnic In The Park

The MASSIVE final event of the Feast Festival is back in Pinky Flat!

The Garden of Unearthly Delights Returns for 2015!

The Garden of Unearthly Delights Returns for 2015!

The Garden of Unearthly Delights, Australia’s most unique and engaging outdoor performing arts precinct, announced its 2015 program today.

Feast Festival Review: Michael Griffiths – Adolescent

Feast Festival Review: Michael Griffiths – Adolescent

Michael Griffiths has just turned 40 and he still doesn’t know what he wants to be when he grows up, so he takes us on a journey down memory lane…

Feast Festival Review: Candice McQueen: Nasty

Feast Festival Review: Candice McQueen: Nasty

London cabaret star Spanky’s alter-ego is the immortal demi-goddess and “Mr Sister” Candice McQueen, who must journey to the underworld to save River Phoenix and herself.

Feast Festival Review: Matthew Mitcham Twists and Turns

Feast Festival Review: Matthew Mitcham Twists and Turns

Matthew Mitcham’s autobiographical cabaret takes us through his upbringing to his victory at the Beijing Olympics.

Feast Festival Review: Georgia with a G

Feast Festival Review: Georgia with a G

A cabaret show in a library? For one night only, the Mt Barker Community Library was transformed into a nightclub for the arrival of cabaret star Georgia Darcy.

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