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!
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’!
ADELAIDE FRINGE Q&A: KIDDO writer Carla Caruso asked Swiss artist Dan Acher ‘all the questions’ about the magical installation, BOREALIS, lighting up Adelaide Fringe hub Gluttony.
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 got back in touch with her inner disco diva at this musical extravaganza, headlined by Paulini and Timomatic.
KID FRIENDLY ADELAIDE FRINGE: Much beloved and classic fairytale, The Little Mermaid, presented and performed by the South Australian Children’s Ballet Company (SACBC), brings the original Hans Christian Anderson fable to life in an enchanting narrated ballet for audiences both young and… not so young!
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: KIDDO reviewer Carla Caruso was pleased to discover that there were no swinging watches or people dancing like chickens at Matt Hale’s live hypnosis show. Instead, she found a party vibe.
ADELAIDE FRINGE REVIEW: KIDDO reviewer Carla Caruso booked a babysitter and headed out on the town to see NT comedian Amy Hetherington in her comedy show about trying to make a baby! She gives us her review on how many LOLs to expect from the 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!
The Fringe Caravan will be hitting the road throughout the season, bringing a taste of the fantastic four weeks of festival fun to suburban and regional destinations across SA, providing a pop-up hit of Fringe flavour. We’ve got a run down on what’s happening on the road as Fringe on Tour brings free family fun to you!
The Adelaide Fringe highly values being inclusive and welcoming. The team behind the event wants everyone to experience the magic of Fringe, and are committed to ensuring that artists and audiences of all abilities can make the most of the program. 2021 brings many new access initiatives to support audiences with diverse accessibility needs and we have the run down on just a few of these.
KID FRIENDLY ADELAIDE FRINGE: After a SELL OUT season at the last Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Big Tops & Tiny Tots Circus Show returns to Adelaide Fringe to delight the next generation of preschoolers in this show made just for little ones… and parents tickets are selling for half price!
DREAMBIG CHILDREN’S FESTIVAL: Children and families hungry for arts experiences will be treated to a feast of entertainment and excitement at DreamBIG Children’s Festival. The festival is hosting an assortment of thrilling and inspiring events for families to enjoy from May 19 to 29! We’ve got all the info on the line up and what to expect over the 10 day festival for kiddos.
ADELAIDE FRINGE: EGG is a hilarious, topical, and moving new solo work from Erin Fowler. A show combining dance, clowning, some bagpipes, a cheeky life-sized egg, and a pulsating 80s soundtrack to question all things fertility and motherhood in a powerful exploration of how we make (and live with) the big decisions in life!
ADELAIDE FRINGE: Darwin’s Comedy Queen AMY HETHERINGTON returns to the spotlight in 2021 for a run of 12 nights at the Adelaide Fringe Festival in a show about making a baby and the ‘ducking terrifying’ prospect of parenthood!
ADELAIDE FRINGE: From the masterminds behind 2019’s Garden hit, House of Mirrors, comes a new invitation to lose yourself and find something else in the process ‘1000 Doors – Door Within A Door’.
KID FRIENDLY ADELAIDE FRINGE: After three sell out seasons Star Academy is back for the Fringe 2021! The Performing Arts Academy, currently in their 10th year of business, will be performing their 4th Fringe show in a row but this time they’re doing things a little differently with their show Star’s Got Talent!
Kid friendly Adelaide Fringe: Grab your rainbow sequinned onesies, and all your family members, as the friendliest baby-disco in town, Monski Mouse’s Baby Disco Dance Hall returns to Adelaide for Fringe 2021!
FAMILY FRIENDLY GLUTTONY: Gluttony at the Adelaide Fringe is set to be the MECCA for family friendly programming this year, as 2021 marks Gluttony’s 10th anniversary as an Adelaide Fringe Festival hub, with a focus on families and fabulous fun! We’ve got a comprehensive look at what to expect this year at one of the fave destinations of the Adelaide Fringe.