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The Garden of Unearthly Delights confirmed for 2021 + Program SNEAK PEEK!

The Garden of Unearthly Delights has today released a program teaser ahead of the full program announcement on January 13, 2021 – and we have SO MUCH to look forward to in The Garden next year.

First round of shows in The Garden of Unearthly Delights

Tickets for the first round of shows – which include The Umbilical Brothers, Effie, Dom Chambers, Nathan Cavaleri, Kate Ceberano – will be on sale through Adelaide Fringe and gardenofunearthlydelights.com.au from Dec 18.

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Line up of top quality acts

After finishing our 2020 season the day before the whole country was thrown into COVID-19 lockdown, The Gardeners have worked impossibly hard all year to ensure that The Garden can return in 2021 with a line-up of top-quality acts.

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Comedy royalty at GOUD21

Comedy is in fine form across the season: GOUD21’s program includes The Garden-debut of international comedy legends, The Umbilical Brothers. Tripod are back at The Garden with three nights of musical-comedy gold, while Effie returns with her new show Hello Good Thanks – Better Out Than In. Adopted-Adelaidean, Nurse Georgie Carroll is also here to nurse us all back to health with a solid set of comedy shots cultured over eight-years of sold-out stand-up and the Irishman of Australia, Jimeoin, brings the world-class stand-up show Turn It Up!

The laughs keep coming with comedy veterans Arj Barker and Lano & Woodley. After a sell-out season in 2020 Tommy Little is back, along with fan-favourite Nath Valvo, Sam Simmons and much, much more.

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Live music at GOUD21

Live music has been a rarity in 2020 but The Garden is bringing it back with a host of Aussie music royalty: Garden favourite Katie Noonan will delight audiences, An Intimate Concert with Kate Ceberano will be everything the title promises, ease into some blues rock with singer-songwriter Nathan Cavaleri, Aussie legend, Joe Camilleri returns with The Black Sorrows and The Real Housewives Choir are back with an uplifting musical-comedy that will take you on a humorous journey of cultural clashes, hot flushes and cross- generational confusion.

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Something for the kids at GOUD21

There is always plenty to see and do for all-ages at The Garden: perennial favourites The Amazing Drumming Monkeys return, 2020 sell out smash hit and ARIA-nominated duo, The Teeny Tiny Stevies return to Adelaide plus weekend mornings will go off with 50 mins of bonkers, bopping family fun in Monski Mouse’s Baby Disco Dance Hall.

Tickets for sneak peek shows on sale December 18. Tickets are limited for all events so fans should get in quick before the sold-out sign hits the door. Full program to be released and on sale January 13. 



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