We've Picked Our Favourites From Adelaide Fringe

9 February 2016 | 12:13 pm | Brynn DaviesLillie Siegenthaler

Here goes nothing...


Royal Croquet Club & Briefs Factory present the boys that are putting the balls back in burlesque. After an international tour, the 2015 Adelaide Fringe awards winners for Best Circus return to Oz with a wave of freaky boy-lesque stunts. With a performance jam-packed with aerial acrobats, show-stopping drag and more tongue-in-cheek antics, the glittery boys of Briefs are guaranteed to make your eyes pop and jaws drop. Hot as hell entertainment.

1 - 13 Mar, The Panama Club, Royal Croquet Club


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Split your sides with the funniest girls of Fringe. After hit seasons in Brisbane, Melbourne and Adelaide, #FirstWorldWhiteGirls is back to help you with your #firstworldproblems. Judy Hainsworth and Kaitlin Oliver Parker delve into the trauma of being a white girl through hilarious original songs. They touch on pressing issues such as flat hair, oversupportive parents and feeling like the smartest person in the room. These witty songstresses are at once politically incorrect and tragically funny, and are a must-see for anyone who has ever had social media envy or a dye job gone wrong.

2 - 13 Mar, Upstairs, La Boheme

Rich Hall

With over 20 years of stand-up experience, Rich Hall has performed to sell-out crowds across the globe and is back for a limited season. With superbly constructed stories told as himself and his redneck alter-ego Otis Lee Crenshaw, the Montana comedian, musician and writer is praised for his dark irony, satirical scorn and rapidfire wit. Oh, and humblebrag, he's a past winner of the Melbourne International Festival Barry Award and Edinburgh Fringe Perrier Award.

7 - 13 Mar, Studio 7, Garden Of Unearthly Delights

Two Brunettes And A Gay…

From Red Lipstick Singers comes a cabaret comedy starring three fabulous Fringe performers, Aaron Collis, Celeste Carbone and Deanna Kangas, who will have you laughing and singing along in your seat to the biggest hits from music and movies you know and love. Whether you are a 'virgin Fringer' or a seasoned professional, expect the unexpected from these three drama queens.

12 - 28 Feb, Carry-On, Gluttony

Joshua Glanc: 99 Schnitzels (Veal Ain't One)

With an act that was considered one of the "top shows" at Melbourne Fringe by The Herald Sun, it's hard to go past Joshua Blanc and his acclaimed breakout solo performance. Witness this character chameleon as he swiftly changes between the roles of a stand-up comic, Chinese waitress, creepy lollipop man and Spanish pop star, all while combining social commentary with moments of ridiculousness - it gives his comedy a unique edge.

3 - 14 Mar, Perske Pavilion, Tuxedo Cat