Adelaide Fringe 2016
In 2016 StorytellingPR is heading back to Adelaide Fringe, the largest open arts festival in the southern hemisphere to work with some of the best circus, cabaret, theatre and comedy on the circuit.
We’re excited to head down under and get stuck in with some of our favourite artists and the radio, TV, online and print press that cover the huge annual event.
Royal Croquet Club
Adam Page – Chairman of the Beard
all genius all idiot
Svalbard Company, Sweden (in association with Aurora Nova)
World premiere from new experimental Swedish circus-makers Svalbard.
The Adventures of Alvin Sputnik: Deep Sea Explorer
The Last Great Hunt
The world touring sell-out show returns to Adelaide at the Royal Croquet Club.
“Funny, moving and brilliant in parts, this is one for children as well as adults. Above all it is a meditation on loneliness – and in that, at least, The Adventures of Alvin Sputnik is as much about loss as superheroes saving the day.” – The Guardian
The Last Great Hunt
2015 Edinburgh Festival Fringe sell-out smash about a floating block of yellow foam (with a heart of gold) comes to Adelaide Fringe.
“Bruce is a roller coaster of emotion, drama and intrigue… but let’s be honest, you’ll be laughing most of the time!” – GlamAdelaide
Sold out Berlin, Glastonbury, Edinburgh Festival Fringe, London Southbank… Circus & Physical Theatre winner Adelaide 2015. And a show that taught us the difference between good circus, and a great f*cking show. (BRIEFS is the latter)
“From the astonishingly tight aerial routines to the fabulous floor work, the boys from Briefs Factory are dazzlingly good. ” – In Daily
Brat Kids Cabaret
Half Naked Chef – Burnt to a Crisp!
In the new ‘immersive’ section of the Adelaide Fringe programme. What can you cook with just an apron, a wooden spoon and a broken wok?
The Last Great Hunt
A new play from writers and performers Chris Isaacs and Jeffery Jay Fowler. FAG/STAG won ‘Best Performance’ at Melbourne Fringe 2015.
“A highly recommended theatre experience.” – The Clothesline
Hot Brown Honey
Black Honey Company and Briefs Factory
2015 smash-hit is back, can’t tell you how happy we are to be working with these amazing women who are re-writing the rule book.
“Sassy, brilliantly clever and hilarious in their delivery, these women are here to entertain and educate and want their crowds to make noise, dance and be as involved as possible – just don’t touch their hair.” – The AU Review
Sam Halmarack and The Miserablites
Sam Halmarack is a Bristol / Melbourne based theatre maker and musician who created Miserablites to pay his dues to a music industry that didn’t always love him like it should have. See this show and discover why Sam Halmarack is a genius.
Scotch & Soda – Weekly Winner Adelaide Fringe Circus Award
Chelsea McGuffin & Lucian McGuiness and the Uncanny Carnival Band return to the Adelaide Fringe with a oh so slightly tweaked show for all the family.
“This is a show in the true spirit of the Fringe, bringing back the hazy glory of Southern Jazz and combining it with an almost post-apocalyptic anarchy to create something truly spectacular.” – Glamadelaide
The Wine Bluffs
Damian Callinan & Paul Calleja
The break-out hit from food, drink and comedy festivals 2015. Like your comedy chilled and with great legs? Look no further.
The Garden of Unearthly Delights
The private detective makes his Australian debut at Adelaide Fringe. From the director of Red Bastard. See a snapshot of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe coverage here.
“If you want a unique experience never to be replicated, then call on Butt Kapinski, Private Eye.” – Scenestr
Weekly Winner Adelaide Fringe Comedy Award
Calypso Nights: Juan, Two?
Back at Adelaide Fringe with another universal story of love, calypso, and chutney, it’s Venezuelan DJ Juan Vesuvius.
“DJ Juan is more your Barry Manilow in Copacabana, with a beautiful moustache to boot!” – FiveAA
In 2016 the wonderful Peta Spurling-Brown (team Storytelling ADL 2015) will be working as Hey Boss and producing some of our brilliant artists, Butt Kapinski, The Wine Bluffs and Juan Vesuvius in Calypso Nights: Juan, Two?