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This hub is where you will find all InDaily’s 2015 Adelaide Fringe interviews and reviews.

Over the four weeks of the Fringe (from February 13 to March 15), we’ll be covering the comedians, cabaret acts, circus shows, musicians, theatre, dance and special events making up the more than 1000 acts vying for attention in the packed Fringe program.

This hub will be updated daily with all InDaily’s latest reviews to help you choose what to see and do.


Marcia Hines and Brendan Maclean. Photo: Sam Oster

Marcia Hines and Brendan Maclean in Velvet. Photo: Sam Oster


Poe’s Girls

Desperate and Dateless

Titty Bar Ha Ha: Hard Times

Hans: In Das Haus

The Man Behind the Front

Velvet: a must-see Fringe show

The Russians of Barcelona

Soap: cabaret with splash


Ross Noble – Tangentleman

Wil Anderson – Free Wil

Aboriginal Comedy Allstars

Wil Anderson.

Wil Anderson.

The Tinder Profile of Dorian Gray


Tom Gleeson

Jon Bennett: It’s Rabbit Night

Trygve Wakenshaw’s Nautilus

 Cal Wilson – Undercurrents

Celia Pacquola


Kitty Flanagan: Seriously?

Australia: A Whinging Poms Guide

Dave Callan: A Little Less Conversation 3

Physical theatre show Left.

Physical theatre show Left.

Circus / Physical Theatre



Madhouse Circus’s Illuminate

Scotch and Soda

Fear & Delight: The Complete Experience

A F*#king Mad Tea Party


Calling Mr Robeson: A Life with Songs

TJ Dawe’s Marathon

Anna Robi and the House of Dogs

The Trial

Death Comes at the End

A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Cut sends chills up the spine

Tubular Bells for Two

Tubular Bells for Two

Promise and Promiscuity

Dawson Nichols’ Stop Start

Hamlet and Juliet

Faulty Towers the Dining Experience


The Black Sorrows

Jo Lawry

Tubular Bells for Two

DJ Phone Home

Soursob Bobb and Courtney Robb

Songs of the Delta Blues: Cal Williams Jnr and Chris Finnen

Magic / Illusion

Deception: More Deceipt

The Naked Magicians


Children’s shows

McNirt Hates Dirt


Melbourne Dance Theatre’s Run



Claire Hooper

InDaily’s 2015 Adelaide Fringe picks

Tom Ballard: A gay ol’ time in Adelaide

Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind

Claire Hooper: Crazy stuff happens at Fringe

Comedian Justin Hamilton is homeward bound

What Would Beyonce Do?

Cut: A one-woman tale of terror

Velvet set to conjure a disco inferno

Fringe set for record numbers in 2015


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