Gluttony’s Melba Spiegeltent becomes an interactive classroom as Dinosaur Time Machine transports young audiences into the past to explore the fascinating world of dinosaurs. ★★★½
Surrender your senses and lose yourself among the gods of old as you embark on a breathtaking journey into the stars with the visually stunning Adelaide Fringe premiere of Oracle. ★★★★★
Petit Circus invites young Fringe-goers and their families to step into a kitchen for an evening of chaos, fun and laughter with the new food-inspired circus show Bon Appetit. ★★★
London-based company Agent November Escape Rooms brings the excitement of escape rooms into your home with two adventures that plunge players into the thrilling world of spies and espionage.
When your almost-four-year-old loves a live show so much that he cries when it’s over, it’s clear it is a triumph.
The creative team that brought shipping-container shows Séance, Flight and Coma to the Garden of Unearthly Delights during Fringe is now presenting a hair-raising immersive experience for audiences at home. Reviewer Trista Coulter tries it out.