What better way to kick off the festival season than with every book-lover’s favourite event, Adelaide Writers’ Week?
The Adelaide Fringe by Day Guide will offer 144 shows during the day in 2020.
The pallet bar, covered in greenery and serving all things gin, was a huge Fringe Festival attraction and it's returning! But only for a limited time.
His season at the Adelaide Fringe just finished, so you've missed your chance to see him perform, but we've got all the details on what went down.
These funky little donut shaped boats might just be your newest fave way to soak up the Fringe vibes.
The talented folk at Strut & Fret Production House are back with their new adults-only show.
An appealing premise despite a disorganised performance.
This is a whole lot more than just a magic show.
Brimming with interactive magic and mind-blowing mentalism, five-time Adelaide Fringe award winner Matt Tarrant is back for 2019.
And you can get as many as you'd like!
It's an all-singing, all dancing party for tiny people.
The darkest, funniest and most debauched kabarett club this side of Berlin! A Weimar-punk jazz band soundtracks a hazy night of dangerously funny kabarett, breathtaking circus and fire-breathing sideshow at its most inappropriate, provocative and hilarious best.
This show will turn you into a gym junkie - without you ever having to leave your seat.
Strapped for cash? We at Glam Adelaide have you covered with this guide to all FREE events at this year's Fringe.
ASMR Live is a mish mash of everything topical in sketches but with a high energy comedian to add charm and satire to it. A healthy knowledge of current meme culture is necessary as well as a tolerance for swearing.
One of Adelaide’s oldest hotels-turned-social revolution brew pub will throw open its doors mid-renovation for just one night of epic chaos to kick off the Fringe Festival.
Mr Goodbar is bringing the good times downstairs, out the front door and into the laneway — right to you — with their pop up, The Front Yard.
They're playing a one-off intimate show away from the Fringe stage.
Need to get somewhere but can't be bothered waiting for a ride? Grab your own (& they're cheap!)