Wavelength: How to do the Fringe on a budget

"You need to have a few beers before you come in" With over 1000 events on throughout the Fringe Festival, it can definitely be tough to get to all your favourite shows, particularly when you might not have...

Wavelength: Is running a Fringe show worthwhile?

"What we've found can be a competitive advantage...is if you do something different" - The Disney Diaries  The Adelaide Fringe is said to be the world's second largest Fringe festival, but with over 1200...

We Need To Talk about Arj Barker’s comedy gold

Have you ever taken a photo of your food when the waiter pops your plate down on the table? Prepare to be roasted. Actually, if you’re a millennial and easily offended when someone insults your generation,...

Sing every Simpsons song at Fringe

Simpsons fans, brace yourself. With just over a week to go until Adelaide’s most magical time of the year, Fringe Festival has announced that there’s a Simpson’s themed musical on its way. That’s...

Fringe Review: Nicole Henriksen

Comedy comes in all shapes and sizes. In Honeycomb Badgers on Acid (yes that’s the real name and I have no idea why it is called that) the comedy comes in the shape of the completely batnuts Nicole...

Fringe Review – Cadence

Cadence (pronounced kay-dense meaning a musical progression that that creates a sense of resolution) brings together a multi-talented group of five musicians, dancers, acrobats and visual artists from around...
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Local Comedians Warm up for Fringe

Thomas Green and Ivan Agristeguieta Two of Adelaide’s best up and coming comedians warmed up for this year’s Adelaide Fringe when they performed their hugely successful 2014 shows this week...

Royal Croquet Club Delivers for 2015

Fans of last year's Fringe event Royal Croquet Club will be delighted to hear it is returning in 2015 bigger and better than before. It'll take over the whole of Victoria Square/Tarntanyangga host over...