KIDDO writer Carla Caruso asked Swiss artist Dan Acher ‘all the questions’ about the magical installation, BOREALIS, lighting up Adelaide Fringe hub Gluttony.
A decade after it all began at Adelaide Fringe, Hot Dub Time Machine is coming to Gluttony for three shows only, Friday 11, Saturday 12 and Sunday 13 March, at open-air music stage, The Moa.
Loaded up with Fringe artists and popping up at various regional destinations across the state, the Fringe Caravan will be hitting the road throughout the festival to WOW you! Whether you’re planning a little getaway or eagerly waiting for us to roll into your hometown, Fringe on Tour brings you free, family fun.
KID-FRIENDLY ADELAIDE FRINGE REVIEW: “Okay, word nerds, hold onto your alphabets!” KIDDO reviewer Carla Caruso checks out a fun kids’ show, which the presenters sum up as “basically, big words and explosions”.
KID-FRIENDLY ADELAIDE FRINGE REVIEW: KIDDO reviewer Carla Caruso went on an epic adventure, involving new – and old – computer games and Nerf gun battles at the ‘threequel’ of kids’ entertainer Matty Grey’s show.
KID FRIENDLY ADELAIDE FRINGE REVIEW: Resident KIDDO reviewer, Carla Caruso, went to see Best of Kids Fringe and she’s given us the run down on what the show was like and what you and your kiddos can expect!
KID FRIENDLY ADELAIDE FRINGE REVIEW: KIDDO reviewer Caitlin Robinson took her bubba along to a Fringe show made especially for babies, the aptly named Bubba-Licious, and it ticked all the boxes for ‘baby’s first Fringe’!
Port Adelaide streets will come to life as part of Adelaide Fringe with an immersive, self-guided tour of the Port’s Wonderwalls, complete with Augmented Reality sculptures and animated works. You can plug in for the launch of The BIG Picture Series @ the Port Augmented Reality experience – in your own time, at your own pace, with your chosen mates.
Drone art specialists, Celestial, and First Nations Artists invite you to gaze up, and reignite your relationship with the stars at Sky Song. Watch the sky come alive in the McLaren Vale with hundreds of drones flying in majestic formation to a soundtrack of First Nations storytelling through poetry and song.
Adelaide Fringe-goers are in for a treat when Head First Acrobats bring back PreHysterical, a hilarious award-winning circus show for children and adults of all ages, playing every weekend during the Festival in the Vault, a new custom built dome circus tent in the Garden of Unearthly Delights.
It’s Adelaide Fringe time again, and it couldn’t come soon enough! As always, our fave Fringe destination, The Garden of Unearthly Delights, has so much going on for families and kids this year. We’ve got your family and kids guide to the Garden of Unearthly Delights, including all the shows you won’t want to miss!
Put on your dancing shoes folks, because Humphrey B. Bear is home for the Adelaide Fringe 2022! That’s right, ‘Put on your dancing shoes’ starring the iconic Humphrey B. Bear will rock the upcoming Fringe Festival with audiences set to be taken on a journey through the ages in this moving and grooving musical experience with Australia’s favourite bear.
FAMILY FRIENDLY GLUTTONY 2022: Gluttony at the Adelaide Fringe is set to be the MECCA for family friendly programming this year, with a focus on kids, families and fabulous Fringe fun! We’ve got a comprehensive look at what to expect this year at one of the fave destinations of the Adelaide Fringe.
ADELAIDE FRINGE FOR KIDS | It’s the most wonderful time of the year… Adelaide Fringe Festival time! As per usual, we can’t wait to get our kids and families out of the house and seeing some family Fringe shows! To give you a head start on what to look out for when picking your Adelaide Fringe shows for this year, we’ve selected our top picks for family friendly Fringe shows for kids in the upcoming season.
indelabilityarts is bringing its delightful kids’ show “Wilbur the Optical Whale” to the Adelaide Fringe Festival 2022. The children’s show incorporates, circus, acrobatics, interactive visuals to tell a story which champions difference in a way which is fully accessible for all people.
The Australian Premiere of Roald Dahl and the Imagination Seekers is set for the Adelaide Fringe Festival! Especially made for ages 6 and up, the show is an immersive and interactive performance, involving games and imaginative play, while exploring Roald Dahlʼs extraordinary stories, including The BFG and The Twits along the way.
After two years of cancelled plans and rescheduled celebrations it’s time to don your party hats and treat the kids to some real entertainment! Award winning creative ensemble, Wildhouse Circus, infuse their exceptional circus skills with all of the classic party games you’d expect at this high-energy, feel-good show coming to the Adelaide Fringe this season.
Today The Garden of Unearthly Delights announces its full 2022 program after a sneak peek late last year. With a jam-packed season of comedy, circus, cabaret, interactive theatre, kids shows and more the 2022 season guarantees to have something for everyone.
Looking for kid-friendly Adelaide Fringe shows for the upcoming festival season? How does puppetry fused with storytelling, physical theatre, a hint of live music and an educational, ecological theme sound?Yeah, that’s what we thought too… pretty darn awesome! That’s just what you’ll get with Pico’s Puppet Palace!
KID FRIENDLY ADELAIDE FRINGE REVIEW: We were taken to the colourful depths of the ocean and the opulence of the Royal Palace in the South Australian Children’s Ballet Company’s Adelaide Fringe performance of The Little Mermaid… and Children’s Ballet has never been brighter!