A slapstick circus show that promises unbelievable acrobatics and a jungle adventure
Ross Noble – 2021 Comeback Special sees the comedian return to his stand-up roots after Covid-19’s lengthy interruption.
Attenborough and his Animals brings David Attenborough’s famous and beloved animal and nature documentaries to life in front of our very eyes - and with a laugh-out-loud comical touch.
As part of the 2021 Adelaide Fringe, The South Australian Circus Centre is premiering a new show, Breathe.
WERK IT is a highly energetic hour of circus tricks, physical comedy and high cut fluorescent lycra.
Jointly directed by five of Gravity & Other Myths’ outstanding team with Elliot Zoerner as musical composer, performers Andre Augustus, Annalise Moore, Chris Carlos, Benton Adams-Walker, Josh Strachan, Ashleigh Pearce, Alexander Flood and Will Meager put on a remarkable performance of physical feats in A Simple Space.
Under the control of Charmaine Jones, who put this show together, the Gospo Collective and The Jones Commentary, the largest backing choir in Adelaide, bring a plethora of favourite songs to an appreciative audience.
Rouge returns to titillate Adelaide again this Fringe season, boasting an extended show and stimulating cast.
Penny Ashton returns to the Adelaide Fringe once again to delight and entertain audiences with her charming wit, hilarious facials and first rate humour.
Magic fans can rejoice - the 2019 winner of the Best Overall Act of the Adelaide Fringe, Matt Tarrant, is back for 2020 with his brand new show, EVOLVE.
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!
With the Fringe festival celebrating 60 years this year there is no better time to soak up some family time with a child friendly show.
Hugh Sheridan, one of Adelaide’s best exports, is back with his crooner friends for another Fringe.
The New Zealand version of the Rat Pack are a very laid-back group who really enjoy sharing their version of a garage party with anyone who is prepared to join.
Fresh from a sold-out debut season, friendly feminist Millicent Sarre and her all-woman band give us a cabaret crash-course in modern intersectional feminism.
Shake It offers an hour of entertainment, packed with guest acts from across the burlesque, circus and cabaret communities, both in Adelaide and interstate.
Stewart Reeve is indeed a vocal chameleon, but above all, he is a born entertainer.
Emma Knights, of Emma Knights Productions, is well known across South Australia for producing award-winning productions, musically directing, accompanying or appearing in orchestra pits for numerous local companies.
Adelaide theatrical entrepreneur Emma Knights talks about her company, Emma Knights Productions and future plans.
Game Of Thrones fans are having serious withdrawals, so this gathering of likeminded Banner men united in competitiveness soothes our cravings