2016 Adelaide Fringe Winners
The 2016 Adelaide Fringe Award Winners have been announced!
2016 Fringe Weekly Winners #4
The forth round of Fringe Weekly Award Winners has been announced!
2016 Fringe Weekly Winners #3
The third round of Fringe Weekly Award Winners has been announced!
2016 Fringe Weekly Winners #2
The second round of Fringe Weekly Award Winners has been announced!
Our best theatre hot-spots
Each Fringe Adelaide comes alive with hubs of theatrical creativity. We've highlighted some of the most active theatre hubs to embrace this fringe.
2016 Fringe Weekly Winners #1
The first round of Fringe Weekly Award Winners has been announced!
My Fringe Picks - Peter Goers
Peter Goers is an actor, director, reviewer and current host of the radio program The Evening Show on 891 ABC Adelaide, which broadcasts throughout South Australia and to the city of Broken Hill.
Strong Women Dominate At Fringe
The 2016 Adelaide Fringe program is chock-a-block with shows featuring strong female leads
Top 10 Reasons To Visit SA
Thinking of popping over for Mad March in Adelaide? Here are the top 10 reasons to make the trip.
YEP! welcomes University Senior College!
Adelaide Fringe is proud to announce a brand new YEP! Program Partner for the 2016 Adelaide Fringe - University Senior College!
University Senior College is an academic senior school for year 11 and 12 students based on the grounds of the University of Adelaide. This will be the first time a high school has partnered with the Adelaide Fringe, allowing USC students (and staff) to participate in select festival events.
2016 Adelaide Fringe Highlights
Adelaide Fringe will continue to be a hotbed for rising talent in 2016, with more than 290 Fringe first timers showcasing their work to brave Adelaide audiences.
2016 Adelaide Fringe Program Illuminates Diversity Of Talent On Offer
The 2016 Adelaide Fringe program features more than 1100 events – a new record. More than 5000 artists will take part in 228 music events, 24 interactive events, 112 cabaret shows, 35 circus and physical theatre shows, 305 comedy events, 12 magic events, 32 dance shows, nine film and digital events, 151 theatre productions, 111 art and design exhibitions, 58 children’s events and 45 special events. Magic is a new genre in the Fringe for 2016, as is the interactive genre.