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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.
Direct from Elcho Island in North East Arnhem Land, Indigenous dance sensations and smash hit of the 2017 Adelaide Fringe DJUKI MALA are back by popular demand for a limited season only and with new highlights to their award winning show!
There's only one home of comedy in Adelaide, and every weekend you can catch some of Australia (and the world) funniest people on their stage, surprising and delighting the audience with hilarious tales.
Get around some of Adelaide's best young comedians with Adelaide Comedy and Rhino Room at Adelaide Comedy's Next Gen this Fringe!
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!
Get ready comdey fans, because some of the Fringe's leading comedic and artistic talents are banding together for a once of extravganza to close out the Adelaide Fringe and raise money for the headspace Edinburgh North Centre.
So if you have you ever gone crazy over an $89 vacuum or drunk the sweet nectar of Australia's Choice Cola then join Jason Pestell as he searches for life's answers in competitively priced homewares.
If you only head to one show with an agenda this Fringe, this is probably the one you want. Glittery Clittery is a dazzling, hilarious musical extravaganza about the patriarchy.
Ink Pot Arts Inc presents Jo-Anne Sarre’s 1999 play which has been cleverly adapted for child performers. Sarre is the founding artistic director of this not for profit group, based in Mt Barker, which provides opportunities in dance, music and drama to both adults and children.
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.
Get ready to glow (literally) from the inside and out, with the ultimate night time neon event. Set to be an epic voyage through the South Parklands involving foam, UV powder, and a UV forest and finishing up with Fringe Acts and DJs late into the night, GLOW 2018 is going to be all kinds of groovy.
Get ready music fans! Lord of the Strings has returned to the Adelaide Fringe after sold out shows, rave reviews and standing ovations at Adelaide Fringe 2017 and Edinburgh Fringe!
Get set to see a truly astonishing tale of the life you probably don't want to live, but almost definitely want to hear about! We've heard word on the street about Elanor Conway's debut show, Walk of Shame, and that word is outrageous!
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!
Gretel is an original play devised by Year 10 students from Eltham High School in Victoria. This drama ensemble has been performing since they were in Year 7 and this show is an exciting and energetic performance by 14 female students.
Prepare yourself for one of the best quality drag shows you may ever have the pleasure of witnessing, with a little music, dance and circus-performing thrown in, alongside a whole lot of naughty humour!
Get ready for another electrifying year at the Adelaide Fringe when tonight's Opening Night festivities kick off!
Gluttony is revamping its food offering with ex Udaberri founder Rowan Edwards and Mona's sommelier Felix Stoffell coming on board.