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11 hours ago
Thank you all for an amazing 2018 Adelaide Fringe - make sure to put next year's dates in your diary now! 15 Feb - 17 Mar 2019. 2018 Fringe Fun Facts - 2018 Adelaide Fringe featured 6000 artists, 1223 events and 442 venue spaces. - The program featured 338 comedy shows, 260 music events, 132 theatre productions, 128 cabaret shows, 98 children’s events, 73 visual arts and design exhibitions, 64 special events, 36 circus/physical theatre events, 33 dance acts, 26 interactive events, 22 magic shows and 13 film and digital events - Tticket sales of more than 700,000 – an increase of 7.6 per cent on last year’s record sales. - This year’s Ambassadors were international drag performer Courtney Act and award-winning comedian Joel Creasey, who helped promote the Fringe to interstate and international visitors - The Street Art Explosion program saw three new works commissioned for this year’s festival bringing the total number to 32. The Street Art Explosion Map has grown from 90 identified murals in 2016 to now feature 152 murals across Adelaide’s CBD and suburbs. - Adelaide Fringe produced 15 special free events, including Tindo Utpurndee – Sunset Ceremony, Parade of Light, Street Art Explosion, GooseChase and the Fringe on Tour. - The Fringe on World Tour saw Fringe artists perform for a global audience at Renewal SA’s Adelaide_Portal gold shipping container at the former Royal Adelaide Hospital site. They reached other Portals in the US and Gaza, and will broadcast to Erbil in northern Iraq tomorrow. - More than 100 new venues took a chance on the Fringe for the first time, while many existing venues have grown and reinvented themselves in a number of ways. Shows popped up in all sorts of quirky places – from a shipping container to a car to an office. - More than 100,000 people converged on North Terrace on Friday, February 16, for the Sunset Ceremony, Opening Night Street Party and Parade of Light projections. - More than 200 festival directors and arts venue presenters from across the globe participated in Honey Pot, an arts marketplace where directors buy artists’ shows for their festivals. - The Adelaide Fringe is the largest annual arts festival in the Southern Hemisphere and the second-largest Fringe in the world behind Edinburgh. Find out more at bit.ly/2FN2I5R
16 hours ago
A big congratulations to our BankSA Adelaide Fringe Award Winners, and all of the wonderful artists who made Adelaide Fringe 2018 one to remember.