It’s one of those unmissable Fringe events that you’ll be blown away by. The award winning and much-loved Scotch & Soda is back in Adelaide for the 2016 Fringe!
'Bruce' is a classic boy-meets girl story with a twist. For one thing, the only real character is a piece of yellow foam with eyes.
Get the stretchy pants at the ready, you will need them when the RCC opens its doors...
Epic is an understatement...
Where does one of the hottest venue owners in Adelaide Eat, Drink and Party? We can tell you...
Seriously, get out your diary and a pen....
Forgot the awesomeness of the previous year's Royal Croquet Clubs, 2016 is set to blow our minds...
The Adelaide Fringe could be South Australia's latest export to China if a potential deal goes through which will see elements of the festival taken to China.
The Royal Croquet Club lives on for another year! The announcement came last night that the venue will launch again in 2016 and remain at the Victoria Square site, however by 2017 it will have to find a new 'home'.
With the future of one of Adelaide's most popular Fringe venues under threat, we had a chat to the guys behind the Royal Croquet Club to find out what the real deal was.
Say g’day to Beau, your average flannelette-wearin’, bearded, fart-joke-lovin’ dairy farmer. Also say hello to Selina Jenkins, the very talented woman behind the beard.
An absurdist story with analogous political overtones, sad statistics and an accomplished actor who sees the script for the first time on the night.
The Collins Bar at Hilton Adelaide celebrated their collaboration with Arts Australia Project last week, inviting a collection of VIP guests to attend the Fringe show, SOAP.
As a late entry into the program, you won’t find this scene-stealing gem in any printed edition of the Fringe guide but perhaps it’s a good thing because summer just got too hot to handle.
This year, The Collins Bar is mixing it up with a collaboration with Arts Project Australia, to tie in with the highly anticipated Fringe show, SOAP.
The real-life love story of how a couple deal with the fact that one of them has clinical depression, told through comedy, song, dance and recordings.
Him is an exploration of oneself; an immersive look into the life of a man struggling to find himself in this wide, crazy world.
Returning after 2 years, Soap is a circus with a difference, featuring six acrobats in bathtubs, an opera singer in resplendent gold swimsuit, and a comedienne.
This internationally acclaimed apple-juggling spectacular are performing for the first time in Australia, showcasing intricate and thought-provoking choreography & skills.
This Adelaide circus troupe has won the gong for best circus in the 2010 and 2014 Fringe Awards. It’s a clear choice once you’ve seen them in action.