Through BankSA’s long-standing partnership with Adelaide Fringe we aim to help you make more of your Fringe and stretch your festival and Fringe finances further – and this year is no different.
There’s activity going on all over the town right now and when you’re in the East End. When you’re at this part of Fringe world, drop in to BankSA Fringe Corner on Rundle Rd and East Tce. It’s got a Fringe Box Office, BankSA ATMs, general information and you can hang out, watch TalkFringe TV on the big screen and catch up with a host of Fringe news to help you choose shows to see. On Friday evenings (February 21 and March 7) Nova will run outdoor evening broadcasts from here, there’ll be giveaways and don’t miss the BankSA House of Credit Cards Challenge. Or just grab a pod seat and soak up the atmosphere.
BankSA’s hugely successful talkfringe.com, where arts lovers can see social media trends, review shows, is up and running so check it out to find out all sorts of Fringe-related information. A new and improved TalkFringe this year is focusing on pulling in social media feeds to develop a leader board and show what’s trending, making it an even more effective tool in helping audiences know what they should see this year. Check it out here!
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