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5 Last-Minute Adelaide Fringe Festival 2021 Events Not to Miss

Garden of Unearthly Delights. Photographed by Fumika Takagi. Image supplied by Adelaide Fringe

It ain’t over ‘til it’s over! Here are five last-minute Adelaide Fringe Festival events that you must see this March 2021.

The Adelaide Fringe Festival has always provided South Australians with an abundance of outstanding shows and breathtaking experiences, and this is no surprise considering the Fringe is the Southern Hemisphere’s biggest entertainment and arts festival. The roaring hype over the countless must-see shows and events going ahead in March 2021 shows all Adelaidians and visitors from all over how lucky we have been to experience this event for another year.

Because the Fringe Festival is the biggest and most anticipated event during February and March, it can be difficult to fit in all your favourites. But have no fear Fringe-goers, we have compiled a list of the five best last minute Adelaide Fringe Festival 2021 events you should see before its too late!

Best of Fringe Comedy
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Best of Fringe Comedy

Do you love comedy but can’t pick just one show to see? Best of Fringe Comedy is here to help by compiling a rotating line-up of the best national and international comedy acts that are gracing the Adelaide Fringe Festival with their presence this year. All in an open air theatre too! Featuring four top comedians each night, it will be a surprise who you see – but you are guaranteed to be in stitches after this one.

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The Squeaker at Gluttony, Rymill Park – Cnr East Tce & Rundle Rd, Adelaide, SA, 5000 Thursday 11 - Sunday 21 March 24*
Rouge
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Rouge

Labelled “circus for grown ups”, award-winning performance Rouge is the perfect combination of circus, burlesque and sex-appeal. Receiving an assortment of five-star reviews, Rouge is a captivating experience set to dazzle audiences with its non-confirmative approach to sex and entertainment. If you want to be amazed and filled with desire, Rouge is definitely your flavour this Fringe Festival.

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The Peacock at Gluttony, Rymill Park – Cnr East Tce & Rundle Rd, Adelaide, SA, 5000 Thursday 11 - Sunday 21 March 39*
Dom Chambers
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Dom Chambers

As seen on America’s Got Talent, Dom Chambers is an internationally renowned magician, illusionist and comedian who will not only blow your mind, but will leave you thinking “how did he do that?!”. His bold charm and modern spin on the traditional ways of magic makes his performance refreshing and unpredictable. This is one Fringe Festival 2021 event you won’t want to miss out on.

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Umbrella Revolution at The Garden of Unearthly Delights, Rundle Park – Rundle Rd & East Tce, Adelaide SA 5000 Thursday 11 - Sunday 21 March 30*
Reuben Kaye
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Reuben Kaye

Described as “the evil lovechild of Liza Minnelli and Jim Carrey”, Reuben Kaye is where drag and cabaret collide to create a spectacle of high camp and witty humour. Reuben’s amazing vocals and miraculous connection with his audiences sets this show above the rest. So, if you love a good laugh and pure entertainment, Fringe’s Reuben Kaye is definitely the one for you.

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Wonderland Spiegeltent Festival Hub, Hindmarsh Square – Cnr Grenfell & Pulteney St, Adelaide, SA, 5000 Thursday 11 - Sunday 21 March 45*
1000 Doors
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1000 Doors

Created by Christian Wagstaff and Keith Courtney, Adelaide Fringe Festival’s revolutionary interactive event 1000 Doors is a compelling experience for people of all ages who love endless possibilities. Doors upon hallways, and again and again. 1000 Doors shows that behind every door is a new opportunity, so open up, come inside and see where your imagination can take you before it’s too late. This is definitely one you don’t want to miss!

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The Garden of Unearthly Delights, Rundle Park – Rundle Rd & East Tce, Adelaide SA 5000 Thursday 11 - Sunday 21 March 14*

If any of these shows tickle your fancy or you would like to explore further, head over to The Adelaide Fringe Festival website.

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Feature image:  Photographed by Fumika Takagi. Image supplied by Adelaide Fringe.
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