Join us in celebrating some of South Australia’s most talented artists this Fringe Season, at the home of youth arts and creativity.
From February 16 to March 16, we’ve curated an exceptional line-up of performances. With shows spanning music, theatre, dance, and workshops suitable for all ages- our 2024 Fringe program is sure to impress.
As Australia’s largest multi-art form cultural institution dedicated to children and young people we’re proud to give young emerging artists a platform to connect with local audiences and creatives alike.
FUNKALLERO presented by Adelaide Jazz Club
This tight and versatile jazz outfit will present flavours from world music, Brasilian sambas and bossas, original arrangements of well-loved jazz and pop standards.
THE JAZZ TOOLKIT + TECHNIQUE BACKPACK WORKSHOP presented by Adelaide Jazz Club
Suitable for all levels, all instruments. Come and join, share, and learn with jazz musicians from around the country.
ELLA AND LOUIS presented by Adelaide Jazz Club
The music of Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong from their classic album ‘Ella and Louis’ was recorded at Capitol Records in 1956. Don’t miss the great atmosphere in one of Adelaide’s finest ballrooms at Carclew House atop Montefiore Hill in North Adelaide.
JAZZ BONANZA CONCERT presented by Adelaide Jazz Club
Adelaide Jazz Club Grand Finale ensemble concert brings to a close a fabulous season of shows over the first fringe weekend. A luxurious feast of re-imagined Jazz and Pop classics.
PICTURES IN TIME presented by Mitchell Bartel
Join composer, arranger, and multi-instrumentalist performer Mitchell Bartel for an anthology of original piano works. Written over the last 10 years, these eight musical snapshots showcase Mitchell’s eclectic and evocative compositional style.
BEATING UP THE BEATLES presented by Charlee Watt
You are invited to a new fusion of sounds as Charlee Watt and a Fab Band of skilled multi-instrumentalists, “Beat up” The Beatles with grooves to re-discover your ability to Twist and Shout, Shake it up and work it on out with new insights into old hits and memories.
WERK ROOM presented by Carclew
Join us for an afternoon of creative arts as Carclew celebrates Adelaide Fringe 2024 ‘Werk’ your way through a series of colourful workshops around Carclew House including Zine making, music and drag. Bring along a picnic rug & some nibbles and between workshops, enjoy the roving performances happening on Carclew lawns.
DIRTY ENERGY presented by Deus Ex Femina
‘Dirty Energy’ delves into the brutal world of the hospitality industry. Set in a modern dining restaurant that masks its toxicity with casual elegance, the play reveals the harsh realities of the industry.
THE TOTALLY UNOFFICIAL AND CLASSIFIED GUIDE TO SURVIVING THE IMPOSSIBLE presented by D’faces of Youth Arts
Our young artists take you on a truthful and hilarious journey through the teenage experience, from debating the morality of the Scream franchise, to playing barbie. ‘The Totally Unofficial and Classified Guide to Surviving the Impossible’ is part verbatim theatre, part reflection on mental health, teenage identity, and the power of friendship.
THE ARK presented by Raucous Behaviour
Set in the not-so-distant future where inaction on climate change is causing massive ecological shifts in Australia, fires are raging, and snow is falling in places it never has before. A dysfunctional group of strangers find themselves forced to work together in order to survive. What will alter their lives more: the storm, or each other?