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Adelaide Fringe Festival

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Tim Mather wrote a review Feb. 19
Glenelg North154 contributions19 helpful votes
The Adelaide Fringe is just another example of Adelaide punching above it's weight. Fantastic venue Rymill Park with plenty of great shows on offer or sit back an enjoy the atmoshere and people watching whilst partaking in some food and drink on offer.
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Date of experience: February 2021
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Jeffry b wrote a review Jul. 2020
Essendon, Australia6,685 contributions1,972 helpful votes
Any sort of act is welcome at the Adelaide Fringe as long as it doesn't involve commiting a crime -- anything goes. The Fringe is not 'high art' but it is very popular. Many acts just pitch their tent and perform; it can be the start of that big break that all novice performers ache for.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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Colin C wrote a review Mar. 2020
Auckland, New Zealand90 contributions18 helpful votes
We went to the Fringe and attended two events in the Gluttony area. The first was "Rouge" which was a mixture of Opera meets Cirque du Soliel" meets Burlesque. Outstanding entertainment for adults but not for the prudish. Then the "Soweto Choir" uplifting and entertaining.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Stephanie V wrote a review Mar. 2020
Canberra, Australia36 contributions21 helpful votes
This was my first trip to the Fringe Festival and what an explosion for the senses! There's a great selection of free and ticketed events which makes it very appealing. I'll be heading over again next year for sure!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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John J wrote a review Mar. 2020
Melbourne, Australia22 contributions13 helpful votes
I reluctantly accompanied my wife to the festival and was stunned at the variety of shows and experiences on offer. We only had time for one show but wished we could do more. It is a celebration of a variety of talent from comedians, through magicians and burlesque cabaret, The food and drink on offer is equally varied. We plan on making this an annual event.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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