Those of you who have been around the trappings of the Adelaide Fringe for a while now would be familiar with the comedy band George Glass.
Shake It returns this year boasting a rotating cast of talented Australian performers
The Real Housewives Choir is back with another musical/comedy set to entertain and delight.
Using a seamless blend of songs and narrative, Nyssa tells the story of growing up on a dairy farm with a head full of dreams of becoming a professional performer
WERK IT is a highly energetic hour of circus tricks, physical comedy and high cut fluorescent lycra.
Club Briefs International offers a tantalising curation of circus and burlesque performances
Winner of the Best Circus Adelaide Fringe 2018 award, Elixir is a unique display of prowess, wit, and humour
Matt Hale is a sell-out, award-winning and headlining Fringe artist returning in 2021 for his second Adelaide Fringe festival.
Michael Shafar is a rising star in Australian stand-up comedy. Glam's Ben Stefanoff interviews him about his stand-up and an upcoming One night only gig here in Adelaide.
After some minor COVID-19 related delays, award winning Adelaide comedian Lori Bell hit the stage of Diverse-City for her Feast Festival showing of Pregnancy and Purgatory.
Award-winning comedian Urzila Carlson talks about her new Netflix special, her appearance on The Masked Singer and her upcoming tour.
Winner of the Best Comedy Adelaide Fringe Weekly Award 2019, the lads from The Latebloomers are back in 2020 with Scotland! - a physical comedy demonstrating their take on everything Scottish.
Rouge returns to titillate Adelaide again this Fringe season, boasting an extended show and stimulating cast.
The Adelaide-born radio host turned stand-up comedian is back with a brand-new show, and he’s feeling nihilistic.
Fringe favourite and darling of the British panel show circuit, Jeff Green, is back to make audiences laugh in his new stand-up show, Wombat Combat and Other Mistakes.
Best of the Edinburgh Fest brings to the Adelaide Fringe a handpicked trio of comedians from the previous year’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival
Grab your most outrageous outfit and lather yourself in body glitter – it’s time to bogey the night away to classic Disco tunes while learning about the fascinating and largely-unknown history of this genre.
Ladies and gentlefolk of the Adelaide Fringe, come gather ye’ round for another year of the hit comedy, Shit-Faced Shakespeare, where, as in ye olde’ times, the drunk is the centre of comedic attention, but this time, they’re centre stage!
It has been two years since Adelaide Comedy took a fringe show to the South and this year they do so with style at the recently refurbished Marion Hotel.
Take a seat at the classy bar of Treasury 1860 and enjoy the most theatrical and emotional wine tasting you’ll ever experience with this impressive one-woman, wine-focused show.