Ben may be new to the Adelaide Fringe but he brings with him an impressive bio. He’s preformed to sell-out crowds in Singapore, Beirut, Dubai and London, just to name a few places. As well as starring in three shows on the BBC.
Thoroughly entertaining, sexy and fun
Gameshow of Thrones- Send a Raven to the seven Kingdoms and tell them to gather at the Speakeasy for the most serious of battles to decide once and for all who will sit on the Iron Throne.
The Red Bastard is back to have you question everything you know about love. Prepare to laugh and contemplate in equal measure as the Red bastard delights the crowd as well delve into your thoughts and expectations. Lets talk about loving and lying.
Tim Motley combines wry humour with noir Hollywood and classic magic in 6 Quick Dick Tricks: A Dirk Darrow Investigation.
Peter Allen has always had a special place in Australia’s heart. The small-town country boy who took the world by storm with his stylish brand of cabaret, Allen was a master of his game. Singer, song-writer and all-round entertainer, his gift to appeal to broad audiences are attributes most still envy.
Classic theatre meets classic comedy in this one of a kind show.
When you call your drag show “iconic”, not only do you create high expectations in your audience; you also throw down a gauntlet. There’s an implicit challenge. Drag as a genre has a long, proud history;
This hilarious cabaret show from Amity Dry had a sell-out season in the 2017 Adelaide Fringe and has been lauded by audiences and critics as the perfect Girls Night Out.
After a sold out debut and a host of awards at last year's Adelaide Fringe and other festivals since, Gingzilla: Glamonster vs the World is back for another season at Gluttony and we couldn't be more excited to see our favourite Glamonster take the stage again.
30 metres of rope and 7 acrobats. By a Thread is an amazing idea which showed off wicked tunes and a talented cast!
Audiences will eat up this mixed bag of acrobatic and cabaret entertainers in a late-night, adults-only variety performance.
For over a decade, German entertainer Hans has ruled the Adelaide roost. Frequently covered in feathers and sequins, he has ensured this fair city has shaken off its lethargic conservatism. With accordion in hand, Hans knows how to use his fingers to good effect.
Indulge your inner science-fiction aficionado with this voyage through time and space.
Single woman of unknown age, Nikki Britton, brings to this year’s Fringe Romanticide; her comedic tales of love, selfish sex, devastating break ups, and the horrors of single life.
Classic film noir in circus form
Amelia Ryan brings her tale of pregnancy to the stage in a funny assortment of songs, detailed anecdotes and witty banter. The show is a delightful production that is packed with many authentic and comedic moments.
Luth Wolff entertains the tiny tots in this wonderful circus act designed just for them.
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.
Yianni Agisilaou - Teaching a Robot to Love is an hour of intelligent conversation about Artifical Inteliengence and what it means for society both now and in the future.