They may not be headlining this year’s Adelaide Fringe, but several artists taking part in the BankSA Support Act program made headlines of their own at the Blackwood branch last week.
Comedians, musicians and cabaret artists were among some of the performers to put on a show for locals – giving customers and staff the opportunity to experience the fun and frivolity of the Fringe a little closer to home.
Last week Blackwood was one of a number of BankSA branches treated to a Fringe performance, with Norwood and North Adelaide to follow soon.
Acts will be at the Norwood branch this Friday (March 7) and the North Adelaide branch next Friday (March 14) between 10.30am and 12.30pm.
Support Act is a BankSA initiative which aims to support selected independent and emerging Fringe artists and help boost their profile throughout the Fringe while also helping to sell tickets to their shows.
BankSA Support Act benefits both Adelaide Fringe artists as well as audiences. For selected shows, Adelaide Fringe audiences are able to purchase tickets to the opening night performance at a discounted rate of $10. BankSA then pays the artist the difference between that $10 and their normal full ticket price.
For those who want to see more of the artists in the BankSA Support Act program during the Fringe, discount tickets are still available. For more information visit http://www.adelaidefringe.com.au/banksasupportact
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