Celebrate the great indoors this winter with some of the world’s most celebrated artists at the 7th annual Adelaide Cabaret Festival 8-23 June.

Adelaide Fringe’s target of 100,000 tickets sold was smashed at the halfway mark and final FringeTIX ticket sales reached 130,648 – excluding door sales. Audience response for the first annual Adelaide Fringe has been phenomenal and has surpassed all expectations.

Adelaide Fringe Inc organisers are overwhelmed by the audience response to the first annual Fringe with over 100,000 tickets now sold for Adelaide Fringe 2007.

On Monday 19 March the Fringe Factory Theatre will unveil an exciting showcase of works by South Australia’s fresh new artists in one jam packed evening.

Adelaide Fringe visitors will have the opportunity to take the back seat as they zip back and forth between Fringe venues, courtesy of the new Fringe MINI Shuttle Service.

Fringe Benefits members will be among the first in Adelaide to party at the Garden of Unearthly Delights’ newest venue, SoCo Cargo. Hidden inside four steel shipping containers, SoCo Cargo is destined to become a favorite among Fringe punters seeking extreme late night grooves.

Young South Australian Playwright Gemma Sneddon never expected to win Young Guns 7 Playwrights’ Competition in 2006, but has since gone on to see her winning play produced by Urban Myth Theatre of Youth.

Each year State Theatre Company’s Assistant Directorships offer provides valuable professional training and experience for talented, emerging South Australian artists.

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