Adelaide Fringe

Celebrate International Women’s Day at Gluttony’s all-women performance space, The Lark

Gluttony has created its first series of outdoor venues and one of these is The Lark – which features an all-woman lineup.

Feature image: TASH YORK AND THE RED RED WINES: TRASH TALK

The new era of live entertainment and events precipitated by COVID-19 has required a rethink of the way performance spaces are designed.

Open-air venues provide the ultimate ventilation, and South Australia is blessed with beautiful weather, so in 2021 Gluttony has created its first outdoor venues for Fringe shows.

One of these is The Lark – which features an all-woman lineup.

The Lark was part-funded by a crowdfunding campaign last year called The Fringe Sisterhood.

The idea was brought to Gluttony by Hannah Cryle of Happy Haps Productions, a not-for-profit organisation that aims to improve the lives of girls and women through the arts.

The Fringe Sisterhood campaign funds have supported The Lark’s all-woman lineup to be part of Gluttony 2021 by providing a Covid-safe performance space at a subsidised cost, helping break down barriers to women participating in Fringe – something that is crucial for the health and wellbeing of women, as artists and as audiences.

To celebrate this unique venue’s program, several Lark artists are offering the discount code LADIESOFTHELARK for use when booking their show on the Fringe website:

Best of Ladies’ Night * Tash York and the Red Red Wines: Trash Talk * Boss Squad * Friendly Feminism for the Mild Mannered * Ukulele Dream Girl: Love at a Distance * Absolute Riot * Too Much

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