This March long weekend, there’s no better place to celebrate the best that South Australia has to offer.
Promising a swirl of underwater tricks, flips and bubble kisses with the Mermaids of Adelaide Mythic Mermaids is an interactive show perfect for little flippers aged 2 years and up.
Vanity or Insanity…? House of Mirrors by Christian Wagstaff and Keith Courtney is not your typical ‘Fun House’ experience.
360 Allstars is a hugely popular Adelaide Fringe favourite boasting a powerful physical performance exploring all forms of rotation.
Past performers in the show have been Tommy Little (The Project), Tom Walker, Rebecca De Unamuno (Thank God You’re Here), Hannah Gadsby, The Two Canadians, Sound & Fury, and Baby Wants Candy.
After taking 2018 by storm, Adelaide’s favourite Downton Abbey inspired improvised soap opera, Upstairs Downton, returns to the Fringe with a limited three night season at the Duke of Brunswick.
They sold out their entire season at Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2018, so make sure you don’t miss out in Adelaide.
The aim is to allow a self-managed musician to build knowledge and network with some of the best in the business at major events.
“The more we can open up the world to children, particularly around scientific concepts, the more likely we are to get really engaged and intelligent citizens as they grow up, who are not going make bad decisions about things like climate change,” Jordan Bell says.
Mix Aperol Spritz with a picnic in the gardens and add some classic comedy and you’ve got yourself a fabulous summer of theatre.