These immersive light shows are sure to put a twinkle in your eye and fill you with wonder.
Dan Clews of Night Owl Shows, and The Voice UK star, Cleopatra Higgins, chat to Glam about their Fringe shows.
The Brittas Empire's Tim Marriott returns to Adelaide with two thought-provoking productions
The Adelaide Fringe by Day Guide will offer 144 shows during the day in 2020.
Calling artists, producers, and venue operators! Get funded for Fringe Festival 2020.
And he's already working with local, national and international talent for the new-era annual RCC Fringe.
Magician Dom Chambers has won a magical mentorship and grant that helps emerging artists reach their potential, so you can expect bigger and better acts as part of your next Fringe fest experience!
It was billed as a joyous celebration 75,000 years in the making, and Djuki Mala definitely lived up to that promise bringing a joyous, energy-filled, cultural phenomenon to The Factory in The Garden of Unearthly Delights.
Don't stop thinking about tomorrow (or slightly later in March) because Adelaide's own supergroup Koral and the Goodbye Horses are taking on the legendary songbook of Fleetwood Mac for this year's Adelaide Fringe!
After a hugely successful year at Adelaide Fringe in 2017, Paul Dabek has returned with all his best jokes and magic for another season of hilarity.
Paul Dabek has brought his incredibly funny kids show back to the Fringe after a successful run in Gluttony last year.
Blanc De Blanc is a must see at this year's Fringe. Due to popular demand, this show is back even bigger and better. I loved every second of it!
Get ready for another electrifying year at the Adelaide Fringe when tonight's Opening Night festivities kick off!
Beccy Cole will light up the main stage at Adelaide Oval’s LIVE on 5 for her only Adelaide Fringe show, here's your chance to WIN tickets.
Mad March is here in full-force! You’ve got one month to make the most out of SA’s epic festive season.
There's a new watering hole you should check out! PLUS we've got a cheese platter and bottle of wine to giveaway.
Your average 1960s girl next door, just trying to hold down her man. Classic romance, until your throw in the fact that she's a 7ft fierce, ginger bearded Queen.
A unique double-story pop up venue hits Rundle Street.
UK award winning magician Paul Dabek returns to the Adelaide Fringe with his fast paced jaw-dropping adults magic and comedy show “Look At Me”.
NoMaD at Gluttony is billing their show as a 1 hour tour of the world of dance and music to celebrate Adelaide's multiculturalism.