When the majority of the world thinks of Christmas, they associate it with hot chocolate, hot fires and a winter wonderland. Here in Australia, we associate Christmas with an excuse to eat way too much pavlova, breaking your thongs and using a fan as a Christmas tree. Slightly less romantic, but in Australia, we do our best.
This year, the dream team behind The Royal Croquet Club, Crabshack, Little Miss Miami and Mexico have given us the July answer to Mad March festival: The Alpine Winter Village.
The Alpine Winter Village is a culturally-themed hub of entertainment, food, drinks, music, and activities. The Village is being held along the Torrens Riverbank, including an ice rink, apres ski lodge, and an Australian version of the traditional European Christmas markets.
New Zealand comedian, Cal Wilson, returns to the Adelaide Fringe with her brand new comedy show, Hindsight.
Hugh Hamilton Wines' latest release dabbles in the Dark Arts.
What happens when you put a 3D sound system and a bunch of people in a shipping container? Séance
Coming straight out of Big Brother, Fringe Ambassador Courtney Act gets under the covers with her hilariously genuine show.
He's got flair, fiery feedback, and a little flirt - Encore is a guaranteed laugh!
We rode the magic carpet that was the Kevin Quantum experience. Quantum's performance defines how magic is just a science we don't understand yet.
Kane & Abel deliver the magic and the laughter in their hour-long show.
Timberwolf gave us a completey magical and captivating performance at The Garden last night, showcasing his amazing vocal talents and his new debut album, Íkaros.
With 12 venues, over 140 shows and lots of food and drinks, Gluttony is worth a re-visit.
From gutsy humour to a disco filled cabaret, these ladies will make you laugh, cheer and leave you feeling empowered.