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2018 Adelaide Fringe


Capturing our March madness: Bank SA boss finds a new life behind a lens

Peter Hanlon, it seems, has always been a contradiction. A punk-rock loving aesthete who has scaled the upper echelons of Australia’s finance industry and still sits at the helm of the Bank SA board and who, at 63, has recently found a new career path – as an arthouse filmmaker.

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Fringe review: Precession's Adelaide Planetarium Experience

Artists and composers Sacred Resonance manipulate the sounds and imagery of deep space to create an immersive experience under the domed screen of the Adelaide Planetarium. ★★★

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Fringe review: Cirque Africa 2.0

This year’s Cirque Africa show is all shiny and new but the acts are just as heart-stopping as last Fringe and MC Papa Africa is as funny as ever, writes reviewer Anna Solding. ★★★★½

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Fringe review: A Simple Space

Seven exceptional athletes show off their virtuosity in A Simple Space – a hugely impressive, intimate acrobatic showcase at the Royal Croquet Club. ★★★★½

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Fringe review: Romanticide

Is romance as we know it dead, asks Nikki Britton. How does the longing to be rescued by Prince Charming fit with strong, independent feminist ideals or the perils of dating apps? ★★★½


Garden of Unearthly Delights opening

The Garden of Unearthly Delights held its traditional opening night party in Rundle Park ahead of the official Adelaide Fringe opening.

I Spy at Fringe

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Fringe review: Flesh & Bone

In-yer-face UK theatre show ‘Flesh & Bone’ takes audiences deep down into the ‘gutters’ of East London, where Shakespearean-style verse meets Cockney slang and ‘the villains do rock and roll’. ★★★★½

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At this Fringe event, no one can hear you scream

Taking place inside a pitch-black shipping container, Séance is a Fringe show for people who enjoy having the bejesus scared out of them. At one show, a woman climbed across the table in complete darkness to try to escape.

Eat | Drink | Explore

A taste of the 2018 Adelaide Fringe

This year’s Adelaide Fringe has plenty of food and drink events to savour – from cocktail classes, to dining with bugs, comfort-food cabaret and a murder-mystery dinner. Some tasty new stalls and bars are also popping up in the outdoor hubs.