WIN A FAMILY PASS TO ‘DON’T MESS WITH THE DUMMIES’

WIN A FAMILY PASS TO ‘DON’T MESS WITH THE DUMMIES’

WIN A FAMILY PASS TO ‘DON’T MESS WITH THE DUMMIES’

Lions and tigers and dummies, oh my! Set up camp and stampede into the jungle for an outlandish, circus filled extravaganza that will leave you chuckling like a monkey and roaring for more.

From the unstoppable Dummies Corp comes an all-new extraordinary adventure!

They’re on an expedition and you’re invited along for the ride. Pack your bag, tie your shoes and get ready for circus-filled hilarity as the Dummies monkey around the jungle, swing through treetops and skip past foliage. With a rockin’ soundtrack, unbelievable acrobatics and trademark Dummies frivolity, let’s get ready to rumble!

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REVIEW: WERK IT BY LIV WILLIAMS

REVIEW: WERK IT BY LIV WILLIAMS

Werk it – Adelaide Fringe By Liv Williams

14 FEB – 15 MAR | CORONA THEATRE – Garden of unearthly delights

The best way for me to describe the late-night circus production Werk it, currently showing at the Adelaide Fringe, is to say… it’s kind of like the most talented members of Cirkidz grew up and got drunk together at a party, and this is the result. In a good way!

It’s a little bit circus, a little bit comedy, a little bit cheeky, and a whole lot of badassery; and brought to you by Circus Trick Tease, the crew behind Neon and the 2018 smash hit Can’t Face.

It’s an hour of true acrobatic flex, with enough sass and innuendo to give it a legit M rating (leave the kids at home for this one!). Notable mentions to a killer hula hoop routine, and a juggling display that brought out in me, what I can only describe as an unexpected sudden onset juggling fetish. Juggling virtuoso, Richard Sullivan, just looked so sexy when he was throwing his balls in the air, I don’t know, I can’t explain it. If it’s wrong, I don’t want to be right!

A few questionable minutes at the very beginning with a slapstick routine that people who don’t love slapstick (i.e. me) may inwardly groan at, is very much made up for by the remaining 57 minutes of what is a cracker show of extreme talent on display, that lacks nothing, and exceeds expectations.
It just werks!

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YOUR KIDDO FESTIVAL GUIDE TO WOMAD

YOUR KIDDO FESTIVAL GUIDE TO WOMAD

WOMADelaide

6 – 9 March

WOMADelaide is a four-day festival of Music, Arts and Dance celebrating cultural and creative diversity held since 1992 in Adelaide’s beautiful Botanic Park. The festival has become a truly unique part of the Australian festival landscape, showcasing the best, the essential – and the surprising – in global music, dance, art and ideas.

DON’T MISS

WOMADelaide KidZone

6 – 9 March

Sing! Dance! Play! Tell stories! Find out about stuff! Have adventures – and just maybe be there when the world’s biggest-ever soap bubble happens!
From arts and crafts sessions, storytelling with Justine Clarke, explorations of Kaurna culture and amazing museum discoveries, to nature-play and interactive entertainment, KidZone caters for kids 12 and under in a fun, family-friendly – and safe – environment. We bet you’ll have a pretty good time there too!

BIG PEOPLE

The Cat Empire

6 March
Foundation Stage

Kate Miller Heidke

6 March
Stage 2

Late Nite Tuff Guy

6 March
Stage 7

Deline Briscoe

6 & 9 March
TBC

B.Dance

6 & 9 March
Stage 2/Zoo Stage

LITTLE PEOPLE

Story Time with Justine Clarke

7 & 8 March
Kidzone

The Talking Trees

6 – 9 March
Kidzone

Kiddo Silent Disco tours with Guru Dudu

6 – 9 March
Kidzone

Adelaide City Libraries Book Nook

6 – 9 March
Kidzone

SA Museum Explorers’ Tent

6 – 9 March
Kidzone

The Bubble Scientist

8 – 9 March
Kidzone

WIN

We have 2 x Adult Four Day Passes to giveaway! + Kids under 12 are FREE. The lucky winner can bring the whole fam for a long weekend of music, dance, food and KidZone activities! RRP Value $792!

TICKETS AND MORE INFORMATION:

womadelaide.com.au
@womadelaide
#WOMADL20

YOUR KIDDO FESTIVAL GUIDE TO THE GARDEN

YOUR KIDDO FESTIVAL GUIDE TO THE GARDEN

The Garden Of Unearthly Delights

February 13 – March 15

The Garden of Unearthly Delights is the family-friendly hub of festival season, with plenty of shows for all ages. Under the shade of the gumtrees in Rundle Park, there’s green grass for the family to picnic and play on, and entry is always free. Inside the pram-friendly front gates, you’ll find purpose-built parenting rooms, free water, and air-conditioned venues to keep everyone comfortable, so that little kids – and kids at heart – can get their fill of comedy, circus, physical theatre, music and sideshows all season.
Rundle Park | Kadlitpina, East Terrace, Adelaide

DON’T MISS

Don’t Mess With The Dummies

Feb 14 – March 15

Lions and tigers and dummies, oh my! Set up camp and stampede into the jungle for an outlandish, circus filled extravaganza that will leave you chuckling like a monkey and roaring for more.
From the unstoppable Dummies Corp comes an all-new extraordinary adventure!
They’re on an expedition and you’re invited along for the ride. Pack your bag, tie your shoes and get ready for circus-filled hilarity as the Dummies monkey around the jungle, swing through treetops and skip past foliage. With a rockin’ soundtrack, unbelievable acrobatics and trademark Dummies frivolity, let’s get ready to rumble!
Rating: G
Venue: Corona Theatre
Tickets: $17.50 – $25

BIG PEOPLE

Chasing Smoke

2 – 15 March
The Factory

Dom Chambers: Fake Wizard

14 Feb – 8 Mar
The Factory

Cabaret Consultations

14 – 23 Feb
Umbrella Revolution

Maho Magic Bar

14 Feb – 15 Mar
Maho Magic Bar

Blanc de Blanc Encore

14 Feb – 15 Mar
Fortuna Spiegeltent

LITTLE PEOPLE

Brass Monkeys

14 Feb – 15 Mar
The Factory

Amazing Drumming Monkeys

15 Feb 15 Mar
Le Cascadeur

Mr Snot Bottom’s Horrible, Terrible, Really, Really, Bad, Bad, Show

7 – 15 Mar
The Factory

Teeny Tiny Stevies

29 Feb
Fortuna Spiegeltent

Monski Mouse’s Baby Cabaret

15 Feb – 14 Mar
Fortuna Spiegeltent

COMP

A Family Pass to Brass Monkeys

The creators of ‘Children are Stinky’ bring you an all new, action-packed, super exciting circus spectacular.
Brass Monkeys celebrates kids who march to the beat of their own drum. Bursting with high calibre acrobatics, a ton of comedy, live music and high flying tricks, this show is perfect for little kids and grown ups who like a big brass belly laugh!

TICKETS AND MORE INFORMATION:

gardenofunearthlydelights.com.au
@thegardenofud

YOUR KIDDO FESTIVAL GUIDE TO THE ADELAIDE FESTIVAL

YOUR KIDDO FESTIVAL GUIDE TO THE ADELAIDE FESTIVAL

Adelaide Festival

28 Feb – 15 March

For 60 years, Adelaide Festival has been delighting audiences with the very best in artistic excellence from international and local performers, musicians, artists and writers. The 2020 Adelaide Festival will be no exception, with a range of free and ticketed experiences to tickle the fancy of every family member – from theatrical triumphs, jaw-dropping physical theatre, spine-tingling music, to whimsical one-man shows; Adelaide Festival is the perfect way for families to get out and about in Mad March.

DON’T MISS

Fire Gardens

Presented by Compagnie Carabosse
Thu 12 – Sun 15 Mar
Adelaide Botanic Gardens

Over four magical nights the city’s Botanic Garden, already a charmed space once the sun has set, will become a dreamspace of mystery and revelation fashioned from thousands of individual flames.

BIG PEOPLE

Adelaide Festival’s 60th Birthday Concert

29 Feb
Elder Park, King William Road

The Doctor

27 Feb – 8 Mar
Dunstan Playhouse, Adelaide Festival Centre

Requiem

28 Feb – 4 Mar
Festival Theatre, Adelaide Festival Centre

Black Velvet

28 Feb – 2 Mar
Odeon Theatre

Breaking The Waves

13 & 15 Mar
Festival Theatre, Adelaide Festival Centre

Lyon Opera Ballet

6 & 7 Mar
Festival Theatre, Adelaide Festival Centre

LITTLE PEOPLE

The Lighthouse

15 Feb – 7 Mar
Queen’s Theatre

Dimanche

28 Feb – 7 Mar
Space Theatre, Adelaide Festival Centre

A Doll’s House

28 Feb – 15 Feb
Gawler Place Canopy, Rundle Mall

The Artist

9 – 14 Mar
Main Theatre, AC Arts

WIN

A Family Pass To The Lighthouse

The Lighthouse takes you from tiny spark to Big Bang, from pixel to landscape, from line to laser. It’s part installation, part scientific quest, part rave. Above all it offers the kind of magic that only interactive theatre can.

Thanks to Adelaide Festival we are giving away a family pass to The Lighthouse (2x adult and 2x child tickets) for Tuesday 25 Feb, Wednesday 26 Feb or Thursday 27 Feb subject to availability RRP $88.

Queen’s Theatre Adelaide
Recommended for ages 3+.

TICKETS AND MORE INFO FROM:

adelaidefestival.com.au
@adelaidefestival

WHAT’S COOKING AT GLUTTONY

WHAT’S COOKING AT GLUTTONY

HERE’S WHAT’S COOKING AT GLUTTONY

14th February – 15th March 2020

There will be something to satisfy every kind of rumbly tummy at this year’s Gluttony! The vibrant, popular outdoor venue hub for the Adelaide Fringe, is back and bigger than ever before.

Gluttony will be showcasing some of South Australia’s finest talent and with over 168 shows and over 30 different food and drink stalls. This year, Gluttony has much to celebrate with 2020 marking the 60th anniversary of The Fringe Festival!

Have a night out with the whole family and enjoy some of Gluttony’s new food venues! New food venues include Enfes Gozleme, Joybird, Uncle Buck’s Fish and Chips (run by Luigi’s Delicatessen), and a poke bowl stall. In addition, if you want to experience 360-degree views of The Fringe, why not enjoy a cocktail from the roof terrace at the new Johnny Walker Highball Bar.

This year Gluttony will be supporting a number of South Australian beverage brands, that have been affected by the Bush Fires this year. Please come and support South Australia, by purchasing drinks at The Local.

In addition to the West Market and East Market food courts, a third food and drink precinct is being set up in the central section of the Rymill Park site, serving festival snack favorites like donuts, barbecued corn, roasted nuts, fairy floss, gelato by Abbots and Kinney, plus coffee, and espresso martinis.

Gluttony strives to be environmentally responsible. All plates, bowls, cutlery and cups used by all food vendors will be compostable, and bars will serve drinks in reusable glasses and cups. Water will be available in reusable bottles, with water refill sites offered across the park.

This year’s Gluttony will be using a cashless system for all food and beverage purchases, meaning faster and more efficient service for our customers.

Here’s a lit of exactly what’s in store:

West Market
• Enfes Gozleme – a brand new Turkish street food stall. (*New)
• Uncle Bucks Fish & Chips (*New)
• Gas Station – food truck
• VPO Pizzatecca
• Toly – Vietnamese street food
• Filipino Project
• Flat Iron Grill
• Hubba Hubba Kitchen
• Ragini’s Spice Kitchen
• Barossa Valley Ice cream

East Market
• Greek Palace
• Shibui – Dessert Bar
• JoyBird (*New)
• Poke Bowls *(New)
• Bubble Bus
• Jerry’s Smokehouse
• Soza’s Sri Lankan
• Forage Supply Co – Vegan & Vegetarian food. They deliver and donate to Hutt Street Homeless Centre (*New)
• Thavej Thai – Thai street food

Tasty Pop Ups
• Espresso Bar
• Magic Cauldron
• Disco Donuts
• Are you feeling Corny
• Abbots and Kinney

Gluttony Bars
• The Local – Serving up a selection of beers, wines and spirits from Bushfire affected areas
• The Coopers bar – serving up beers on tap
• Johnny Walker HighBall Bar – two-tier cocktail bar, with rooftop offering 360 degree view. (*New)
• The Sake Bar – serving a selection of boutique Gins and sake’s
• The Lounge Bar – serving Beers on tap and a selection of wine
• The Vine Bar – offering a wide selection of wine, with a helpful sommelier to guide you through the list

gluttony.net.au

@gluttony_fringe