Our best theatre hot-spots

Tue, Feb 23 2016
Each Fringe Adelaide comes alive with hubs of theatrical creativity. We've highlighted some of the most active theatre hubs to embrace this fringe. 
Each Fringe Adelaide comes alive with hubs of theatrical creativity. We've highlighted some of the most active theatre hubs you should embrace this Fringe. It's not an exhaustive list by any means - so make sure to check out the full listing of theatre on our website. (Image above: Beowulf: The Blockbuster)

Adelaide Botanic Garden - Noel Lothian Hall
The Bunker Trilogy have built a custom space fashioned after a WWI bunker within Noel Lothian Hall. This space brings an unbeatable immersive quality to the works. 

The Bakehouse Theatre
The Bakehouse runs year-round and during Fringe programs an impressive line-up of international work, new writing and local talent. Check out The Immigration Lottery from Hong Kong, #DearDiary, Do you want to see something beautiful and more…

The GC (German Club)
Launching as a brand-new Fringe venue in 2016 the German Club has a new name and some great shows including ‘Thom Pain (Based on Nothing)’ by Will Eno, Beowulf: The Blockbuster and more…

Goodwood Institute
The Goodwood Institute is an excellent destination south of the city. Why not try Word of Worth - Kahani Aahe Molachi,  Rhinoceros by arrangement with Origin™ Theatrical, on behalf of Samuel French, inc, or Ted Egan with Me ‘n’ me Mates.

Holden Street Theatres
Holden Street is known for outstanding theatre programming throughout year-long and during the Adelaide Fringe becomes a place where you can easily fill an evening hopping from one show to the next. Try Adelaide Fringe Award Winner Echoes by Henry Naylor, A Gambler's Guide to Dying, Eglantyne and more…

Live from Tandanya
Tandanya takes on a mix of hilarious fun and thought provoking pieces in one of Adelaide’s favourite cultural hubs. Shows to watch are HART, Sound & Fury's "Lord of the Thrones" and more…

The Queens
The oldest standing theatre in Australia is a beautiful space to experience and this Fringe becomes ‘The Queens’ a new home of theatre within the city. Why not see Sherlock Holmes: A Working Hypothesis, The Storm, What Would Spock Do? and more…

Royal Croquet Club
Although it's one of the largest venues at the Fringe the Royal Croquet Club finds some quiet nooks for great theatre like The Adventures of Alvin Sputnik: Deep Sea Explorer, Adelaide Fringe Award Winner FAG/STAG, Penny Arcade: Longing Lasts Longer and more…

Tuxedo Cat
Tuxedo Cat is one of the places to go to discover new writing and ground-breaking performance. It's also the place to embrace the weird and wonderful side of Fringe. Try Dani Cabs is PONCHO ORANGE, Moonlight After Midnight, Ollie and the Minotaur by Duncan Graham, and more…