With so many shows at the Fringe, you know someone as popular as Wil Anderson is a pretty safe option and you won’t be disappointed.
Check out the photos from the Wolf & Cub Single Launch with Gold Bloom & Fake Tan with DJ AzzWolf and Cub on Friday March 9th at Arcade Lane.
Check out these great photos from the Adelaide Fringe show by The Space Cowboy.
This was a very good tribute to Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jnr.
Tom Gleeson's show Good One at The Garden of Unearthly Delights is the first show I have seen at The Adelaide Fringe this year and it was a great way to start off the season.
Clown Lights Stage is a quirky and touching solo show by Sydney based Alice Mary Cooper. This multi-form performance is physical theatre meets spoken word and dance. It promises audience members a look at everyday objects in ways never imagined. In the world of Alice Mary Cooper’s Ms. Clown, tampons are delicious, a spotlight is […]
"Creepy Guy" took on the definition of shock tactics last week sneaking into the female changing room at Fernwood Gym in a bid to promote his new Fringe Show.
Gluttony is home to three Fringe venues in the heart of the east end on the corner of East Terrace and Grenfell Street; running from February 16th and until March 12th. Gluttony will be a decadent feast for the senses with home-grown comedy from Adam Vincent (SA), Rock and Roll comedy from Dead Cat Bounce […]
If Rove and Sunrise moved to Adelaide and had two babies, and one of those babies failed school, this would be their other, favourite baby.
Direct from the cabaret circuits of Melbourne, London and Edinburgh, and a critically acclaimed audience hit at the Melbourne Fringe, Anna ‘Pocket Rocket’ Lumb brings her sassy solo show to Adelaide for the first time.
Adelaide's DJ Demize (David West), M-Thirteen (Michael Diakomichalis), Skippy (Todd Skipper) and BottleRicket DJs (Tim Whitt and Scott Somerville) have been named as finalists in this year's SPIN DJ Comp, which will see them battle it out live at the 5th annual SPIN OFF party on Friday 28 January at Rocket Bar.
The Animal Welfare League (AWL) has once again been chosen as the Charity of Choice for the Adelaide Fringe 2011 season of TITTERS!- A Showcase of Award Winning Funny Women with an Exclusive Preview Event – COMEDY FOR KENNELS – on Wednesday 16th February 2010.
ARCADE LANE, Adelaide’s newest outdoor, laneway venue opened last week with a flurry of tap dancing; graffiti art; nude body-painting and grand burlesque.
The 50th anniversary of the Adelaide Fringe street parade was themed ‘Space Jam’ this year and kicked off in spectacular and colourful style from 7PM on Friday February 19th.
Performer Nick Parnell explodes the stage with melodic percussive interpretations of classic works; Bach to Brazil is an exotic display of rhythm and colour; an unforgettable musical journey.
Melbourne based acoustic virtuoso Tim McMillan together with his band of renegade everymen Brad Lewis (Bass) and Matt Crute (Drums) are set to introduce their very own musical genre to the 2010 Adelaide Fringe.
Walking down Rundle Street at last years Fringe Festival opening was like walking through a microcosm of Australian society.
This year’s Adelaide Fringe is just over a week away and to kick start the next month of exciting performances in the City, the Town Hall will host the event’s 50th anniversary tonight.