Strapped for cash? We at Glam Adelaide have you covered with this guide of shows that will cost you nothing.
This isn’t to say that you shouldn’t spend your hard-earned money going to other shows, but if you need a bit of a break from the expenses of Adelaide’s silly season, let Fringe pick up the bill for entry to these events:
The fusion of hip-hop and contemporary dance is showcased by the talented people from Tokyo Electrock Stairs (TES), a contemporary Japanese dance group who are bringing their show Twilight Suddenly to the stage. TES is performing from February 21 to 22.
Fans of the movies Fight Club and Se7en will get a kick out of this one-hour screening of director David Fincher’s best work cut into 24 frames per second, matched by some of the best rock and pop hits. It’s on March 8-9 at midnight.
Go crazy with the balloonatics show and workshop at Westfield Tea Tree Plaza on March 17. Learn from Scottish comedian Chris Henry with a show followed by a workshop that’s a chaos-filled, fun-packed hour of inflatable buffoonery, with never a dull moment for parent or child. While this one is free, you’ll need to grab a ticket from here.
Watch some of the best comedians of the future before they’re famous! Class Clowns is the Melbourne International Comedy Festival’s national secondary school comedy competition is open to people aged 14-18. On Saturday March 2 from 4pm at Rhino Room, the search is on for South Australia’s funniest teens. The winners go on to perform in Melbourne.
The Fringe heads to Bowden on March 8-10, for a whole weekend of activities, live music, family entertainment, Fringe shows, delicious food, local wines, and craft beer, alongside the famous Plant 4 markets.