There is SO much adventure to be had at this year’s Fringe Festival it’s hard to know where to start!

We love something a little left of field — nothing better than something that blows your mind, makes your eyes boggle or makes you sit on the edge of your seat! And there’s nowhere better to catch a little craziness.

With wild and wacky top of mind, here’s our top 5 wildest Fringe acts you have to see…

1. Cirque Africa | DETAILS + TICKETS 

Featuring the world-renowned African troupe including acrobats, dancers, percussionists, musicians and contortionists, this high-energy act is full to the brim with vibrant acrobatics and laugh-out-loud comedy.

Image credit :: Arkadiusz Rejman Photography

2. Velvet Rewired | DETAILS + TICKETS

Join Marcia Hines and a cast of ten, including a dazzling array of acrobats, aerialists, amazing vocals, glitz, glamour and jaw-dropping circus skills, for an exhilarating night of fun, funk and fabulous music.

Image credit :: Dan O’Brien 

3. L.I.A.R (Life Is A Rehearsal) | DETAILS + TICKETS

High-flying circus collides with outrageous comedy, serious skill and a little whimsy in this brilliant new work from Berlin-native Remi Martin.

Image credit :: Hong Nguyen

4. Matt Tarrrant: Evolve | DETAILS + TICKETS

The WINNER of the Best Overall Act of the Adelaide Fringe 2019 returns with brand new magic as well as some much-loved favourites. Expect world-class award winning magic, mentalism and lots of laughs from one of Australia’s most popular performers. Be warned… there is some audience participation in this one!

5. Blanc de Blanc Encore | DETAILS + TICKETS

Do NOT miss out on this burlesque extravaganza! The mind-blowing mash-up of Parisian glitz and glamour with risqué humour, spectacular aerials, comedy and big dance numbers will leave you cheering for more!!

Image credit :: Daniel Boud 

So, get cracking and soak up all there is on offer during this festive season… get wild!

Em xx

Em Worthington

Em Worthington

Writer and Content Creator for Adelady, her heart starts racing at the sight of a whiteboard or mere mention of a brainstorm.

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