The Balcony Bar Gargoyle, the newest resident of Town Hall, will be springing up throughout the city to lure unsuspecting party-goers to his ‘lair’ overlooking King William Street.
“Adelaide is in full-swing at this time of year and you never know what you might find around the next corner – including a Gargoyle,” Lord Mayor Stephen Yarwood said.
The Gargoyle is an interactive statue whose gothic charm will keep the Balcony crowd entertained.
The sophisticated and savvy new bar features live music, food and drinks with a distinct South Australian flavour. It will be open from 4pm Fridays and 5pm Saturdays throughout the Fringe which runs from 24th February until the 18th March.
“The Balcony Bar is a fresh, vibrant spot in the heart of the city where people can grab a drink before or after a show in a relaxed atmosphere while enjoying being in an iconic, heritage building,” Adelaide City Councillor Houssam Abiad said.
For the second year in a row, Adelaide Town Hall will become a Fringe hub, housing three venues, including the main auditorium, to present a variety of shows to suit all tastes. It’s a great opportunity to explore this magnificent building while enjoying a night out.
“I’m really looking forward to the Town Hall becoming a vibrant part of the Adelaide Fringe again this year,” Stephen said.
“It’s a chance to showcase this beautiful 19th century building being used for 21st century activities and for the Council to throw its support behind a fabulous Adelaide event.”
Catch the Gargoyle on Fridays from 4pm and Saturdays from 5pm at the Balcony Bar.
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