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This handy hub is where you will find all InDaily’s 2014 Adelaide Fringe news, interviews and reviews.

Over the four weeks of the Fringe (from February 14-March 16) we’ll be bringing you the best of the fest – the comedians and the cabaret artists; the tightrope-walking, fire-breathing, sword-swallowing circus acts; the musicians, the thespians and the beautiful burlesque stars.

So keep checking back here for daily updates and tips to help you navigate through the hundreds of acts vying for attention in this year’s packed Fringe program.






A Simple Space



Aotearoa Speaks

Notoriously Yours

Small Talk

Mixed Doubles

Vicious Circles

The History of the Devil

Virtual Solitaire

A Sense of Home

Ada and Elsie: Wacko-the-Diddle-oh!

Now We Can Talk

The Bunker Trilogy: Macbeth

Rom Com Con

Gory Box

Gory Box

The Darker

Albert Einstein: Relativitively Speaking


The Walking Dead

The Removalists

Fire in the Meth Lab

A Brief History of Beer

Theatresports Clash of the Theatre Titans

Season to Taste


The Idea of North

Encore! The Music of Musicals

Don Morrison: This Could be Big

Guru Dudu’s Silent Disco Walking Tour

Glory Box

A Storm in a D Cup

A Storm in a D Cup

Blue Soul, Red Heart

Women, Wine & Song

Dumb Things – A Tribute to Paul Kelly

Ajak Kwai: Of Cows, Women and War

Cotton Fields – The Leadbelly Story

Infectious rhythms from Blueprint

David Bridie – The Music

Naked Girls Reading in the Garden

Movin’ Melvin Brown

A Storm in a D Cup


The Naked Magicians



Come Heckle Christ

Come Heckle Christ

The Kransky Sisters: Piece of Cake

Paul Foot – Words

Bob Downe – Bob, Sweat & Tears

Hans – Like a German

2014: When We Were Idiots

Hannah Gadsby: The Exhibitionist

Come Heckle Christ

A KiDs ShoW (Not Suitable for Children)

Dave Hughes: Pointless

Abandoman: Moonrock Boombox

Dave Callan: A Little Less Conversation 2

Children’s shows

The Little Mermaid

Matty Grey’s Grossed Out Game Show

The Luck Child


Limbo. Photo: David Solm

Limbo. Photo: David Solm

InDaily’s 2014 Adelaide Fringe picks

Risqué business with EastEnd Cabaret

Paul Foot: a man of many words

The daredevil life of the Fringe dweller

Outback Homosexual Serial Killer

Jamie MacDowell & Tom Thum

Bitch Boxer packs a punch

Naked Girls Reading in the Garden

Boris & Sergey’s Vaudevillian Adventure

Albert Einstein: Relativitively Speaking

Record line-up for 2014 Fringe

Fringe ambassador Katie Noonan


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