The former winner of Miss Burlesque South Australia, radio host and cat lover Nona Mona asks her audience, ‘what is the plan? Do we live in regrets or make the best of where we are at?’
Whip-smart, comical, and at times heart-breaking insight, Norm Things is presented through a fierce social justice lens, which follows April, a 23-year-old queer woman navigating the highs and lows of her workplace: $6 coffees, work crushes, HR, and the patriarchy.
A comedy kids show brought to you by three ridiculous bin loving sillies, Holy Bin Amoley is the ultimate guide on how to become your best bin self.
Promising to offend everyone in this show, Michael has enjoyed the highest praise, ironically after some of his lowest moments.
Returning to the Fringe after two sell-out seasons, Disney Delights is set to offer a magical, musical journey through all your favourite Disney songs.
Back for its sixth year, the [Late Night] Panel Show presents five comedians a night, one thousand different outcomes, and unscripted, unapologetic weekend mayhem.
Having presented quality circus at Adelaide Fringe since 2016, Cirque Nocturne is bringing a team of world class performers to the stage this year.
GODZ boasts bare chests, hilarious antics and high-energy, gravity defying acrobatic stunts and slapstick comedy. DEFINITELY LEAVE THE KIDS AT HOME FOR THIS ONE.
Using physical comedy and a unique concept, Sewer Rat Girl is a hilarious and high-octane show about radical self love and accepting your inner sewer rat.
This truly unique perspective informs her tales of marriage, divorce, dating, political activism, and general survival as someone whose opinions don’t always match her physical appearance.