A night around the fire with lots of laughs and great music
An experimental blend of monologues, humour, discussion and incredible dance moves - BRED is here to challenge, entertain, amuse and spark conversation.
Sugarbabies, written by and performed in part by Josh Sanders,plays into its name by exploring and lampooning the perceived relationships between a sugar baby and their sugar daddy.
True North Youth Theatre Ensemble brings together young people who may be disenfranchised and/or have little access to an arts program at school. Many of them have dropped out of school, or truant regularly, and it is this life experience which is brought to the stage in Dropout.
Alongside her hugely successful Squeeze My Cans, theatrical polymath Cathy Schenkelberg is premiering her new show, Squeeze My Cabaret, at this year’s Fringe. It is a blatant fun-poke at the silliness of a so-called “religion” founded by a science-fiction writer.
Actor, voice-over artist, singer, mother and Scientology survivor, Cathy Schenkelberg is bringing her incredibly successful one-woman shows to the Adelaide Fringe this year.
Definitely gay, but not so stupid, John Robles and his unusual part-Australian, part-American accent take the audience on a journey through the various highs, lows and weight-gaining moments of life as a gay 23-year-old male.
Internationally acclaimed company, and winner of Fringe awards, No Strings Attached, are presenting a showcase production this year.
This year the American comedy troupe, Sound & Fury, consisting of Richard, Patrick and 'newbie' Clayton thumb their noses at the great Romance classic, Cyrano de Bergerac with their version, Cyranose!
Marty McBubble is a bubble-ologist. He knows all about the chemical construction of bubbles and in The Scientific Bubble Show, he presents the basic science in a way that is perfect for young children.
American troupe, Sound and Fury, host a night of fun variety with a rotating cast of performers who all take part in this year’s Fringe, and specifically those whose shows are held at Tandanya.
This is a show that re-imagines the idea of fearing the Big Bad Wolf within today’s anxiety-provoking society, approachably discussing mental illness in a way never before seen
Grab your wands and your Potter loving pals - no, not the ones who love the movies. I mean the die-hard, crazy nerd friends who have read all of the books
NURLANTHI (pronounced Nur-lan-di) aims to intensify the relationship between art and fashion in an extraordinary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultural fashion performance.
Tandanya, the Kaurna word for 'place of the red kangaroo', was the setting for an emotive to the launch of the 2016 Adelaide Fashion Festival.
The AFF16 Launch Event at Tandanya last night was a captivating introduction for the 4 days of fashion to come. Catch all the photos here.
'Great Detectives Of Old Time Radio: Live' recreates the Golden Age of radio when radio plays were the staple diet of home entertainment.
Seventeen year old entrepreneurial 'wonder-kid' Benjamin Maio Mackay is bringing his Adelaide Fringe smash hit Great Detectives Of Old Time Radio Live back to Adelaide with special guest announcers.
The 2015 Adelaide Fringe smash-hit show, 'Great Detectives of Old Time Radio Live' is returning to Adelaide, this time with special guests.
With a unique line-up of artists, working in every medium from video to costume design to decoration, the Biennial really is a massive and modern Cabinet of Curiosity