Your speed read for The Garden’s final weekend

Don’t want to spend precious minutes choosing those last shows to see this weekend? Make like Kath Day-Knight with our 2-minute wrap up…

The clock is ticking on this year’s Adelaide Fringe. With the final days of The Garden of Unearthly Delights looming, we’ve pulled together a speed read of some of the top shows happening this weekend.

Cirque Alfonse: Animal 

Got kids or known to act like a big kid? Then, this show from the team behind BARBU and Tabarnak is a must. Montreal’s hometown heroes have sent the normally tranquil barnyard skyward and into circus overdrive. Expect eccentric farm fables, life-sized ruminants, breathtaking acrobatics, lively music and big belly laughs.

On a budget? Kids under 12 get in Free! And use our discount code SOLSTICE to save 20% on adult and family tickets.

Tickets here


Fancy getting lost in an immersive artwork? Kaleidoscope has been reimagined in 2024 with new lighting design by David Musch (Mapped Design) and a new soundscape by ‘synth lord’ Luke Million (remember that track Arnold?). This family-friendly installation offers a mesmerising symphony of light and sound in a breathtaking mirror maze. Go during the day to experience it as a sparkling crystal palace or wait until dark to explore the colour field of ever-changing light.

Tickets here

Frankie McNair – An Intimate Evening With Tabatha Booth 

Visiting The Garden after dark? This is for you. After a mystery hiatus and a lot of credit card debt, heavily medicated lounge singer Tabitha Booth returns to the stage for the comeback no one was expecting… or asked for. Starring Frankie McNair who’s appeared on Thank God You’re Here, Just For Laughs Sydney TV Gala and Question Everything.

Tickets here

Mythos: Ragnarök

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Bored by burlesque? The genre of fight theatre could just be your jam! See professional wrestlers metaphorically and physically tackle the mythology of the Norse gods. It’s a masterful blend of storytelling, theatre and stage combat. Take your seat ringside for a promise of comedy, chaos and combat. You know you want to!

Tickets here


Nina Oyama Is Coming

Leave the kiddies at home for this one. Filthy and funny, this is the show you want to go to with your besties. Or your open-minded parents/children. Or your Hinge date. Don’t miss Nina Oyama – as seen on Deadloch, Taskmaster Australia and Utopia.

Tickets here

Amazing Drumming Monkeys – 20 Year Anniversary Show 

Three years before Cadbury put a gorilla behind the drums to sell chocolate, the Amazing Drumming Monkeys were making their debut. Relive your younger years and front up for a fun and engaging show from these hugely popular, pioneering puppets. BYO toddler or little kid.

Tickets here

Find the full program for the final weekend at The Garden of Unearthly Delights here.

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