Get to know Honey Pot delegate Tom Oliver
Meet Honey Pot Delegate and artist Tom Oliver. Tom, who regularly appears on mainstream Television, Radio, Theatre and Social Media, has played lead roles in every Australian state, New Zealand, USA, Germany, Mexico, Asia and on international waters through the Bahamas. He's worked for and with industry legends like Marcia Hines & Kylie Minogue. Learn more about Tom and what Honey Pot is all about at Adelaide Fringe.
Haydyn Bromley Interview - First Nations Cultural Tours at Adelaide Fringe
As we gear up for the Adelaide Fringe 2024, an event celebrated for its vibrancy and diversity, we are thrilled to spotlight an extraordinary component that promises to enrich the experience of attendees ahead of Fringe, the First Nations Cultural Tours.
Spearheaded by Haydyn Bromley, Co-Executive Director of Bookabee Australia and a seasoned educator with a profound commitment to Aboriginal Cultural Awareness and Respect, these tours are an invitation to journey through the heart of Australia's First Peoples' heritage.
Check out our interview with Haydyn about his involvement with the Adelaide Fringe First Nations Cultural Tours.
The 2024 Adelaide Fringe Accessibility Guide is here!
Adelaide Fringe is excited to announce the launch of our 2024 Accessibility Guide, a key step in our ongoing commitment to inclusivity and diversity, we understand the importance of making our events accessible to all members of the community. This comprehensive guide is a testament to that commitment and a continuation in our journey to become the most inclusive and accessible festival in the world!
Fringe it LIVE Grants to Boost Local Live Music Scene
Adelaide Fringe, in collaboration with the South Australian Government's Music Development Office, is thrilled to announce the successful recipients of the newly launched Fringe it LIVE Grants program. This initiative, which has seen an injection of $50,000 into the South Australian live music scene via Adelaide Fringe which is part of a broader commitment of $900,000 from the State Government, is specifically designed to bolster small to medium independent live music venues during the 2024 season of Adelaide Fringe.
Science Takes Centre Stage: A Journey Through Science @ The Fringe
Adelaide Fringe is just one big artistic experiment, so it’s only fitting we announce the launch of the 2024 Science @ The Fringe Guide!
In partnership with Inspiring SA, we're on a mission to transform the way you see science, technology, engineering, maths, and medicine (STEMM). So, buckle up as we embark on an extraordinary journey to the heart of STEMM at the Adelaide Fringe!
Meet our 2024 Ambassador - Adam Liaw
Adam Liaw is one of our Ambassadors for the 2024 season. We sat down with him to find out more about him and why he is excited to be an ambassador.
Tickets Now on Sale to APAM Event at Adelaide Fringe, 'Leaps and Bounds'
Australian Performing Arts Market (APAM) in partnership with Adelaide Fringe will
present an Australian Circus and Physical Theatre event to be held during Adelaide
Fringe It Live Grants Announced
Adelaide Fringe, in partnership with the South Australian Music Development Office, is excited to announce a new grant program, injecting $50,000 into the South Australian live music scene. This funding initiative aims to support small to medium independent live music venues during the 2024 season of Adelaide Fringe.
Adelaide Fringe Print Guide Hits the Streets of South Australia
The 2024 Official Fringe Guide is out now. This year's Guide, showcasing more than 1300
shows, is available at BankSA branches and Foodland stores throughout South Australia, as
well as popular street press locations such as bars, cafes, libraries and other local
The Power of Collaboration: Tour Ready Awards Catapult Fringe Artists Into New Festivals and Markets
For many artists and participants each year at Adelaide Fringe, the opportunity to perform also presents an opportunity to workshop concepts and shows and develop new works. For others, it’s an opportunity to showcase a fully formed idea or a complete and tested work.
Three Reasons to Host an Artist this Adelaide Fringe
Every year, the Adelaide Fringe envelops our city in a whirlwind of creativity, talent, and exhilarating performances. It's a celebration of artistry and community spirit and the reason the city shifts its atmosphere across February and March. One of the core aspects of Fringe’s success is the support and generosity of locals. This year, we're urging the Adelaide and South Australian community to be a part of the experience by hosting an artist.