January 23, 2018

We’ve just launched our Science at the Fringe guide – your scientific shortcut to the Adelaide Fringe Festival!

Our inaugural Science at the Fringe guide is not just for science-buffs. It’s for anyone and everyone who likes to discover and learn amazing things about the world. We’ve compiled a concoction of the curious, amusing, fascinating and ingenious science-themed shows at this year’s Adelaide Fringe Festival.

From circus to theatre, comedy to visual arts, there really is something for everyone to enjoy, even the kids, who will be hooked by shows about bubbles, dinosaurs, time machines and much more.

And don’t miss the opening night Sunset Ceremony, to recognise the living culture of the First Nations and to pay respect to the spirit of the land, or the Parade of Light, an art installation that brings the Northern Lights to North Terrace.

The Science at the Fringe Guide is available for download. Share it with a friend or read our virtual issue below.

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