Grab your most outrageous outfit and lather yourself in body glitter – it’s time to bogey the night away to classic Disco tunes while learning about the fascinating and largely-unknown history of this genre.
Joining iconic Russian feminist punk rock band, Pussy Riot as one of the 2019 Adelaide Fringe Festival's Royal Croquet Club (RCC) headliners is The Presets.
And he's already working with local, national and international talent for the new-era annual RCC Fringe.
The RCC is moving its hub into the heart of Adelaide, but its plans for 2019 are much bigger than just a move!
Following on from the huge Pnau show last year, the Royal Croquet Club is set for another mammoth last night with German house giants Booka Shade to send off another Fringe season in raucous fashion at the RCC club-in-a-club, Big River Motel. The Berlin based duo have forged a reputation as one of Europe’s most […]
RCC is back for another Fringe this year, again on the banks of the Torrens at Pinky Flat. It's a triumphant return and there are some amazing things to see and do down at the Royal Croquet Club this year. Check out our guide to 10 Things To Do At RCC In 2018.
The Big River Hotel hasn’t failed to deliver after debuting at this year’s Royal Croquet Club on Pinky Flat. With international French electro giants Justice and Hermitude amongst the killer acts in its first two weeks, the hits keep coming! This weekend is another slice of quality with the experimental genius of singer guitarist, D.D […]
South Australian Premier Jay Weatherill met with Glam Adelaide in the lead up to the March 17 state election for a chat in the Royal Croquet Club. We chatted about the future of the RCC, small bars, food trucks, music and enticing young people back to South Australia. They say Adelaide fits all of its […]
Looking for more than food from a truck before that Fringe show? Sit back, relax and enjoy this guide...
Alfie Ordinary offers a bitter twist to his highly enjoyable sequined romp through his young life at Madame LeCoq's Preparatory School for Fabulous Boys.
This mischievous trio, playing numerous parts in small sketches about various characters, guarantees an hour of laughs. A bit crazy, a bit smutty (in a good way) and a lot funny. Don’t miss this one.
A decade ago when French electro house and electro clash were the centre of the dance music world, the act which was arguably at the forefront of this movement with their funky syncopated bass lines, sharp synth, huge snares and spliced vocals was Justice. Signing to famed Ed Banger Records, Gaspard Augé and Xavier […]
Swamp Juice is a must see show for all ages. In an era where reduce, reuse, recycle has become a way of life, these extrodinary puppets demonstrate just what can be done with bits of rubbish to turn them in to something quite spectacular.
Royal Croquet Club has a big announcement.
If you're looking for a circus show that's more thought-provoking than full of outright astonishing feats, Fauna should be your go to.
The play was written by Nassim Soleimanpour in 2010. Soleimanpour refused to do two years compulsory military service, was thus denied a passport and was unable to leave Iran.
The performance begins with a five young women asleep on a canopied mattress and moves into a sexy dance sequence, culminating in a spectacular flying silk act with the bed canopy.
Armed with her guitar and sharp wit, Shirley Gnome will sing you shameless, obscenely honest songs about sex and human nature that will have you in stitches.
The choir was formed in 2002 and has enjoyed incredible success around the world, winning four Grammy Awards, an Emmy and an Academy Award nomination.
Celebrate International Women's Day with the Adelaide Fringe.