Adelaide Fringe maintains its crown as Australia’s largest arts festival with today’s release of an astonishing 1223 events in its official 2018 program.
Browsing: Fringe News
Royal Croquet Club has a big announcement.
Today House of Sand – one of Australia’s most exciting new arts companies has announced its 2018 program, which sees it bring award-winning dance, theatre, and multi-artform productions to Adelaide for the first time.
Australia’s international queen of cabaret, diva of dramatic, and chanteuse of Festival glamour returns to the 2018 Adelaide Fringe with TWO sensational shows!
This week The Garden announced eight shows for its 2018 season ahead of its full program unveiling.
Adelaide Fringe awards a record grant of $85k to 15 Australian artists to present their work at next year’s Adelaide Fringe Festival.
Fresh of the plane from a successful Edinburgh Fringe season, one of our favourite Adelaide Fringe stars is in Canberra and, as always, is a showstopper.
Event registrations are now open for the 2018 Adelaide Fringe, which is set to be Australia’s most affordable Fringe festival for artists to participate in.
Adelaide Fringe has today released its 2017 Annual Review, revealing the festival has astoundingly doubled its economic impact on South Australia in the past six years.
Are you ready for the Fringe to take their 2018 Parade up a level? We’ve got the scoop on what’s in store.
Once again creatives, artists and graphic designers from all over Australia and across the globe are being invited to submit their ideas for the 2018 Adelaide Fringe.
If you thought Mad March was busy for you, spare a thought for the ‘Goodvibes’ team of three, who competed in the Adelaide Fringe GooseChase scavenger hunt.
If you missed out on seeing the incredible Cirque Africa during it’s season at Adelaide Fringe, don’t despair. It’s hanging around for a bit longer.
Here’s a round up of the BankSA Overall Fringe Award Winners.
You only have two more nights to get a unique, powerful and well-written insight into the world of chillouts.
The UK’s most fastidiously dressed, energetic and riotous comedian is returning to Adelaide in 2017 after skipping a year and leaving keen fans anxious for his return.
Back in Adelaide for a lengthy Fringe gig, comedic icon Jimeoin took some time out to chat to Glam over a coffee in Rundle Street.
Getting around between Fringe shows can be challenging at the best of times. Navigating the…
We took this weeks winner of the Adelaide Fringe Best Cabaret – Gingzilla – out on the town, to snap some fabulous pics, and show her why we love SA.
Beccy Cole will light up the main stage at Adelaide Oval’s LIVE on 5 for her only Adelaide Fringe show, here’s your chance to WIN tickets.