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Mad March 2020

Adelaide Festival

Six must-see highlights of the 2020 Adelaide Festival

The Adelaide Festival opens on Friday with a line-up of 74 theatre, music, dance and visual art events. We asked artistic directors Rachel Healy and Neil Armfield to each pick three program highlights.

Arts & Culture

All InDaily's 2020 Adelaide Fringe reviews

Wondering what to see at the Adelaide Fringe? See all our reviews, from thrilling circus to comedy, cabaret and high-impact theatre.

Latest Fringe reviews

Adelaide Festival CityMag

Bunggul: More than just music

The ancient truths that flow through Gurrumul Yunupiŋu’s final album Djarimirri are revealed in Buŋgul – a transcendent, multi-disciplinary stage work devised in collaboration with the musician’s family.

Adelaide Festival


The WOMADelaide moment that will stay with me forever

As WOMADelaide prepares to bring a world of music and culture to Botanic Park next month, festival stalwarts Ian Scobie and Annette Tripodi and freelance photographer Leonard Choice each share a favourite moment from the past 20 years.

Fringe reviews

Adelaide Fringe

Ancient First Nations story told through iridescent journey

The 6000-year-old Tjirbruki story was traditionally told orally among Kaurna tribes, but for the first time the dreaming yarn will be shared as a stunning immersive Adelaide Fringe experience featuring animations and state-of-the-art projections.

Fringe previews

Adelaide Fringe CityMag

Fringe shows in strange places

To experience Adelaide Fringe at its fringiest, sometimes you need to step outside the Spiegeltent – into a tunnel, a bus, a chapel, a recording studio, a shipping container or even a boat.

Festivals CityMag

Best seats in the house

CityMag lifts the veil on where to perch throughout the festival season, with critical insights from those who ought to know.

Fringe reviews

Adelaide Festival

Adelaide Festival fires up for 60th anniversary year

The Adelaide Festival has unveiled a program for 2020 that includes a free concert in Elder Park, a fire ‘wonderland’ in the Botanic Gardens, 12-concert choral event 150 Psalms, cutting-edge theatre works and a giant doll’s house in Rundle Mall.

Adelaide Fringe

Fringe review: Floral Peroxide

Chronic illness is too often undiscussed in today’s society and disability is even worse, with the prefix ‘dis’ meaning ‘the negative of’, but Floral Peroxide ensures Fringe won’t fall into the trap of conforming to these dissociative norms. ★★★★