At its new home on the grounds of the University of Adelaide’s North Terrace campus, RCC Fringe is showcasing more than 40 acts over five weekends, spanning circus, comedy, cabaret, theatre and a tonne of live music.
15 February – 17 March
Multiple venues, University of Adelaide North Terrace Campus.
See international punk protest icons Pussy Riot perform their theatre show in The Attic; marvel at Cirque Alfonse in Bonython Hall; and catch Riton & Kah-Lo, Aloe Blacc, The Presets, or local legend Motez on the Barr Smith and Maths Lawns, as part of RCC Fringe’s Dusk Till Dawn program (where all shows are free if you get in before 9pm).
For opening night on Friday, 15 February, CityMag will be hosting a get together for the debut Attic show, Floating Points, which you can get tickets to for $25 if you use our code RCCFRINGECITY when you purchase (that’s $10 off the normal price, plus you get a beverage on us!).
The Attic is an ‘all-passes’ live music venue built purely for artists and event ticket holders this Fringe season. Under a thatched roof with giant exposed beams – reminiscent of a Viking longhouse – experience the venue with us first.
And keep an eye out for the pop-up Italian restaurant on the piazza next to Union House, created by RCC Fringe director (and Cibo Espresso founder) Roberto Cardone.
Tickets and the full program are available via the RCC Fringe website.