From comedy to cabaret and everything in between, these are our top picks on what to see at this year's Adelaide Fringe.
Erin Fowler’s work is often very personal. She is also unashamedly willing to have a dialog about important female issues that are...
Winner of the Best Circus Adelaide Fringe 2018 award, Elixir is a unique display of prowess, wit, and humour
Help Agent November uncover a stolen fragment of the Pandora Declaration within the hour, before his evil nemesis arrives.
An interactive, online experience where your group is the hero and the choices you make determine the outcome of the story.
Buried within the gates of the West Terrace Cemetery are true stories of mavericks, madness and murder most foul.
Agent November has been captured but experimental technology lets you see through his eyes. Can you help him escape before the implants...
At 78 years young, Carlotta still knows how to have the crowd eating out of her hand.
A story of love and loss told with vibrant emotion by Renato Musolino.
THE QUEENS’ opening night features performances by the legendary Carlotta, the popular Michael Griffiths and a variety of Fringe and cabaret stars...
Mercury CX––the combination of Mercury Cinema, a unique lounge bar and creative workspaces––will bring Fringe Fest to the West.
Matt Hale is a sell-out, award-winning and headlining Fringe artist returning in 2021 for his second Adelaide Fringe festival.
A multi-sensory exploration of our possible futures, including the foods we will eat and the kind of world we'll live in.
Come on stage at the Fringe Festival to paint the funk rock music that music group George Glass plays.
It’s home time for RCC as they head back to where it all began: Victoria Square. And it all kicks off from...
This play is remarkable in the way it treats so many subjects, so open and honest and above all ringing of truth.
The Garden of Unearthly Delights will officially open to the public tonight with FREE performances the way they should be – LIVE!
In "Kevin Kropinyeri Goes Talkabout," the comedian opens up about particularly absurd challenges of life as an Aboriginal Australian family man.
Based on a meeting in Moscow of a young Australian and a Russian Tour Guide, the complex plot revolves around the fact...
This story chronicles the day to day existence of the mother of an undiagnosed child who is obliviously “on the spectrum”