What is Adelaide Fringe?
Adelaide Fringe is the biggest arts festival in the Southern Hemisphere! For 31 magical summer days and nights, Fringe transforms Adelaide and greater South Australia.
Many of the eclectic and vibrant events that include cabaret, theatre, comedy, circus, music, visual arts and workshops, will have Auslan interpreters available for the Deaf community.
Ways to book
Booking a show ticket is easy! There are 3 main ways to book:
- Fringe website (tickets on sale now)
- BankSA Fringe Corner Box Office (open in February 2023)
- Romeo’s popup store in Rundle Square
There are discounts available if you are a customer of BankSA, and if you buy a Fringe membership. Visit the Fringe website for more information.
Auslan Interpreted Shows
Deaf Connect’s Top 5 picks are:
- Aboriginal Comedy All Stars
- Circus Wonderland
- Adults Only Magic Show
For a list of all Auslan Interpreted shows available to book, please visit Adelaide Fringe Festival’s page linked below.View All Auslan Interpreted Shows
Watch our Q&A
Find out more information about the Adelaide Fringe Festival in our live question and answer session recorded on Zoom and Facebook Live.
Hosted by Caroline Conlon from Deaf Connect and Tara McLeod, the Head of Operations at Adelaide Fringe.
Part 1: What is Fringe?
Part 2: Learn more about the accessibility program, special shows and events, major venues and hubs (including new venues), as well as information about accommodation in Adelaide.