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Adelaide College of the Arts at Adelaide Fringe 2024

Homegrown talents and acclaimed international acts alike will descend on the performing arts hub for the month-long festival.
By Marley Ng
December 12, 2023
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By Marley Ng
December 12, 2023
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From boundary-pushing dance performances to a parody of Die Hard, Adelaide College of the Arts will be a major venue for the performing arts during Adelaide Fringe.

Apphia Campbell in Black Is the Colour of My Voice.

Fresh off a UK and US tour, Richard Marsh will bring his Edinburgh Fringe fan favourite Yippee Ki Yay (the Parody Celebration of Die Hard) Down Under from Friday, February 16 to Sunday, March 10. Also touching down from performances in Shanghai, New York, the West End and Edinburgh Fringe is Apphia Campbell's award-winning production inspired by the life of Nina Simone. Black Is the Colour of My Voice only runs for a week from Monday, March 11 to Sunday, March 17, so get in while you can.

A photo of the Dusty Feet Mob.

For something closer to home, catch Dusty Feet Mob, where First Nations performers between the ages of six and 31 share stories of the Stolen Generation through song and dance. Other dance spectacles include Water Mirror from NSW, Rich Mix from South Australia and the groundbreaking Lien, where one dancer will perform for just one viewer in a uniquely personal ten-minute exchange.

The dancers and taiko players performing in Water Mirror.

Book your FringeTIX now at the Adelaide Fringe website.

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