Adelaide Fringe have released their full program with over 1100 events in venues across the state including 100 new hot spots.
It’s also been announced that Adelaide Oval, Station Underground, The Henry Austin and Hindmarsh Square will host Fringe shows and our go-to Royal Croquet Club has a new home along the riverbank at Pinky Flat.
Adelaide Fringe Director and CEO Heather Croall said the 2017 Fringe would have more to offer audiences than ever before when it transformed Adelaide into a wild wonderland of mythical proportions for four weeks.
“With a record number of shows on offer and exciting venues to explore, we encourage everyone to get out there and take a risk with their show selection,” Heather says.
“Adelaide Fringe has developed a new ticketing system that will allow people to print their own tickets at machines in Rundle Mall and Westfield shopping centres, while our revamped rewards program, Fringe Membership, will make it easier for members to navigate the program.”
We can’t wait to see the new circus/cabaret offering from the people behind festival favourite’s La Soirée, LIMBO and Cantina — Blanc de Blanc. We’ve been told to expect a glitzy, gripping, glamorous show centered around everyone’s favourite tipple, Champagne, at the Garden of Unearthly Delights in 2017.