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.
Interesting food and drink experiences will be popping up all over the place during the Adelaide Fringe and Festival – from garden bars, retro food vans and flaming barbecues, to long lunches and cultural experiences.
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”.
The Royal Croquet Club will introduce a range of new food offerings at its Pinky Flat Fringe hub this year, including a Pizzateca Discoteca and an 'immersive' riverbank dining experience.
Tom Ballard will take aim at Australia's treatment of refugees and "f***ed-up immigration history" in an Adelaide Fringe comedy show he acknowledges has some distinctly unfunny moments.
McLaren Vale winemaker Chester Osborn wants the new restaurant in his dramatic d'Arenberg Cube to be at "the top end of South Australian cuisine" and is seeking an ambitious chef to help make it happen.