Gluttony’s Spiegel Zelt (literally ‘mirror tent’) is the perfect venue for a 10:30 pm dose of eclectic alternative cabaret. The European decadence of its stained glass, mirrors, and red plush velvet booths feels just right.
Matt Tarrant is an Adelaide success story. He’s performing the big venues, his magic shows are touring the international circuits and he recently appeared on our TV screens as a competitor on Australian Survivor.
Hailing from all over Australia the performers of Elixir combine old school slap stick comedy with new school death defying acrobatics
it's easy to see why Magician Michael Wilkop (aka Mickster The Trickster) has had sellout Fringe shows in 2014, 2015 and 2016. What isn't so easy to see is how he does his tricks - nor should it be.
When you combine acrobats with water, comedy, some circus and cabaret, it's a recipe for success.
This is a great concept for parents, allowing them to expose children to lots of acts at once and then take their kids to see those acts that grabbed them in full later
Pop the Bubble Man (Tim Eddie) is a Scottish "bubble model expert", who puts on a great show for young ones, and those young at heart.
As ChronoCops, your mission is complete but your time portal is broken. The backup portal is hidden in a hotel room & you have 1 hour to activate it and escape.
See Adelaide's favourite hypnotist in action! Tickets to give away!
Paul's audience was left wondering if they had come for the magic, his unique brand of humour, or his hysterical ability to turn the ordinary into the extraordinary.
The Garden opens this Thursday with a huge line up of free performances, music and fireworks.
NoMaD at Gluttony is billing their show as a 1 hour tour of the world of dance and music to celebrate Adelaide's multiculturalism.
This hilarious new show from Amity Dry looks at ageing in a world where 40 is the new 30, but only with the right Instagram filter.
Peel Street restaurant and bar 2nd & 6th has launched a brand new lunch and dinner menu just in time for Valentine’s Day.
The charismatic and powerful Jessica McKerlie takes the audience on a ride through different genres and different ways of seeing the world.
We just had to ask the question...
Riveting, passionate, fast-paced and electric are just some adjectives you might use to describe Flamenco. All of them are on show this Fringe at Flamenco Tablao
Art and theatre come together in this intimate setting to weave a beautiful, heartbreaking and thought-provoking tale of belonging.
An audio tapestry of Fringe-goers who have recorded 30 second snippets of memories and stories to do with the topics of blood, sex or tears.
All the way from Oslo, Norway, comes The HeadMaster and his merry band, including The Princess of Scars and The Maniac.