2017 Fringe events at Carclew

This year Carclew has also opened its doors as a Fringe venue and there will be a variety of events calling Carclew home throughout the Fringe season including: 

#NOFILTER FAIR
Start your Fringe with a fun, relaxing day in the sunshine. Located in the stunning gardens of Carclew, enjoy a wide variety of local musical talent, good food, and circus demonstrations/workshops. Roll out your picnic mat and enjoy some local cuisine, or bring your own! With entertainment from some of S.A's best musical acts. This is an all ages event! Everyone is welcome!

When: 19 February, 1-6pm
Where: Carclew House & Grounds
Tickets: Booking are essential
> Fringe website

AWAKENING CONNECTIONS TO ABORIGINAL ARTISTS
Learn, connect and experience. Engage with local Aboriginal artists as they share their stories, art and culture. Enjoy a night out and experience Aboriginal art, comedy, music and food like you never have before. Meet some of the artists behind the new Indigenous art and product marketplace called IndigiSpace. Hear them talk about their art and what inspires them to be creative. Awakening Connections is about connecting with the rich and vibrant Aboriginal culture and people.

When: 25 February, 5:30pm
Where: Carclew Ballroom
Tickets: Ticketed event
> Fringe website

THE CURIOSITY EXPERIMENT
Care to hear a peculiar tale this Adelaide Fringe? Join 13 strangers around a table as your eccentric host reads from a family letter depicting a supernatural experiment and a theory about objects retaining memories of the past. Requesting the audience re-create the same experiment depicted from the letter, is what follows re-enactment? Or does something a little more sinister happen...? Are you brave enough to peek beneath the blindfold?

When: 2-7 March 
Where: Carclew Boardroom
Tickets: Bookings are essential
> Fringe website

T  W  O
Austinmer Dance Theatre boldly brings together T W O of the contemporary dance worlds major choreographic forces in this daring new production. Both works explore the connection between individuals and their audience, a T W O way relationship between viewer and performer. Movement directed by feeling and energy rather than a physical state. The T W O choreographers explore the unique relationships between bodies. This double bill of contemporary dance features original pieces created exclusively for the company by International choreographers Sagi Gross (GrossDanceCompany-Amsterdam) & Maurice Causey.

When: 16-18th March
Where: Carclew
Tickets: Ticketed event
> Fringe website

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