85 year old Ray Jessel’s show Naughty or Nice is just that, some naughty little ditties mixed with some very nice heartfelt ballads.
Riley is a normal, happy 11 year old girl whose positive emotions accidentally get locked out of her brain's control room just when she needs them most!
Evil's greatest helpers, the Minions, are back in their very own feature film, a prequel to 'Despicable Me' taking us from prehistoric times to 1960s London.
Elsa and Fred is a decent entry in the rom-com genre of a recently widowed man who meets his new neighbour and romance blossoms despite being complete opposites.
When an offhand remark about his girlfriend’s looks is met with a seemingly disproportionate response, we’re thrown into Neil LaBute’s pointed but comical obsession with vanity.
This hilarious cabaret show has nothing to do with Marney McQueen – and everything to do with her alter-ego, Rosa Waxoffski.
Adelaide audiences have always had a special affection for local boy Adam Hills and it’s apparent he adores them right back.
A boys own adventure when two mates halt the wedding of their friend. The bride runs off & the groom goes after her, only to wake up stranded and naked in Mexico.
Dress up as your favourite icon and see Le Gateau Chocolat's critically acclaimed new Adelaide Fringe show icons for free.
Jeff Green is an award winning British comedian premiering his new show that reflects on his own life and interpretation of happiness.
Festival newcomer Penny Greenhalgh is showing off her spirited and semi-absurd comedy stylings with her debut solo show, POP POP.
Marr powers through topics with wild eyes and with an over-the-top act of enthusiasm that it feels like she is deconstructing comedy.
Some of the world’s best stand-up comedians and up and coming performers are donating their time and coming together in the one Adelaide Fringe show, to help end drug and alcohol fuelled youth violence.
Lardner is an energetic burst onto the comedy scene, delivering an intensely paced show that is well-timed and inventive.
After winning over audiences in New York City, Los Angeles and Las Vegas with their rambunctious brand of revelry, SHOTSPEARE makes it’s Australian debut at The Adelaide Fringe Festival.
All By My Selfie is a Musical Comedy about shame, self-loathing and Gin.
This Friday night’s sensational Fringe Parade heralds the start of a month-long celebration of irresistible Adelaide Fringe festivities.
Having conquered festivals, TV networks and the Internet all over the world, from Los Angeles to Edinburgh and London to Melbourne, the show, which asks comics to go out of their comfort zone, has finally hit the Adelaide Fringe.
After conquering the small and big screen, Quentin is taking to the stage. He was told by doctors that he’d never make it to his 40th birthday, and now that he has, he’s hosting the party in style. His one man Adelaide Fringe show ‘Quentin I’m 40. Now what?’ is his big 4-0 party and destined to be one not to miss.
If you’ve ever endured the utter trauma of the shame of a spray tan disaster, you can share some champagne and sympathy with #FirstWorldWhiteGirls.