Gluttony’s East End Food and Wine Festival will be held on Sunday 17 February from 11am, during the Fringe’s opening weekend.
Gluttony was nominated for Best Venue of the 2011 Adelaide Fringe. It is wholly South Australian owned and operated, showcasing Fringe acts from across Australia and around the world in a relaxed and quirky atmosphere. In 2013 the pop-up venue is located in Rymill Park.
The East End Food and Wine Festival will feature:
– a white wine masterclass at 12.30pm
– a single vineyard premier red wine preview at 1.30pm
– a red wine masterclass at 2.30pm
– cider and James Squire ale insights
– a wine bar offering more than 50 different drops from wineries including Peter Lehmann, Alpha Box & Dice, Wirra Wirra, Tin Shed, Pewsey Vale and Jansz
– street performers and music throughout the day.
Food includes global inspirations and local produce including the Edinburgh Festival’s Well Hung & Tender burgers and Cajun Moon, Rundle Street’s Kishi Sushi, Adelaide Hills’ Woodside Cheese Wrights and the delectable vegetarian offerings of Source Gourmet.
“Enjoying the arts along with some great food, wine and company is what Gluttony is all about,” said Daniel Michael, Gluttony director.
Gluttony runs for the full, extended Fringe season, from Friday 15 February until Sunday 17 March.
More than 80 acts, including cabaret, children’s shows, circus, comedy, dance, music, puppetry, theatre and visual arts will perform within Gluttony’s five performance spaces (Pig Tales, Pig Pen, The Piglet, The Runt and The Bally).
The venue is open from noon Saturdays and Sundays (and Monday 11 March) and from 5pm Tuesday-Friday, until late every night. More information, including a program guide, is at www.gluttony.net.au