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A few of our favourite Fringe things

The 2017 Adelaide Fringe begins today with more than 1100 shows and events to discover and savour. Here are some InDaily picks to get you started.

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Sick of the Fringe comes to Adelaide

An innovative program that seeks to raise awareness of complex and often taboo medical issues will make its international debut at the 2017 Adelaide Fringe.

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Crime, conflict and politics at Adelaide Writers' Week

The year’s Adelaide Writers’ Week will have an increased focus on crime and a packed program of non-fiction sessions tackling topics including US politics, conflict in the Middle East and the “feminist manifesto”.

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Fringe call to action for South Australians

Adelaide Fringe director Heather Croall is urging South Australians to get behind the 2017 event to ensure artists leave happy and the festival retains its title as the second-biggest Fringe in the world.


WOMADelaide reveals first line-up for 2017

English ska legends The Specials, experimental music group The Philip Glass Ensemble, Brazilian bossa nova singer Bebel Gilberto and Australian folk trio The Waifs are among the first 21 acts announced for next year’s WOMADelaide.


Paul Dabek's Adelaide Fringe show launch

Magician, comic and actor Paul Dabek launched his two Adelaide Fringe shows – “Look at Me” and “The I Hate Children Children's Show” – at the Propaganda Club last week.


Adelaide Fringe street party

Adelaide Fringe hosted a street party on Vardon Avenue in the East End last Friday night to celebrate the launch of its 2017 program.