Adelaide Fringe

Local Adelaide funk rockers combine music and art in this super fun Fringe show

Come on stage at the Fringe Festival to paint the funk rock music that music group George Glass plays.

Depending on your age, there’s a good chance you grew up watching the children’s show Art Attack. Now you can experience all that joy again at this Adelaide Fringe Show with George Glass Does Art Attack (with alcohol and music).

George Glass is an Adelaidean Alternative Funk-Rock band who throw a heavy splash of theatrics into their stage shows, and their latest piece is no exception.

Audience members are invited to join the guys on stage and paint the music they play. There are no wrong answers in this show as groups of people help create a giant collaborative art piece.

Armed with a variety of colours and brushes, you just need to have fun and get lost in the music.

If you don’t want to get up to paint, that’s no problem at all. They will simply redraw another raffle ticket and invite someone else, but they’re confidant that when you see how much fun it is, you might change your mind!

Over the course of the night, the canvas will be transformed into a vibrant and unique piece of art.

As George Glass tours the show around SA, they will collect these canvases, which will culminate in an exhibition and final show where audiences can view each art-piece and help paint one final painting.

If you want to see this Adelaide Fringe show, make sure you get in quick as it goes for two nights only.

Find the show is from the 26- 27 of February at the Hillside Theatre (open-air) at Gluttony – Rymill Park.

To learn more about the show and to buy tickets, click here.

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