After a sell-out debut season as the top-selling show at Adelaide Fringe 2017 with 5-star reviews, and winner of the Adelaide fringe best show weekly award in 2018,  Cirque Africa is coming back to Adelaide fringe for a third season with the all-new 2019 show Cirque Africa, a  one  of  a  kind  show  that  is  sure  to  amaze  and enthrall all  who  see  it.

Cirque Africa is 100% African 100% Energy and 100% Fun.  A cultural  experience like no other, a  vibrant  and  highly  entertaining  blockbuster  production  which  transports  each  audience  to  the  positive  side  of  Africa  through  modern  stage  a  performance.   Produced and directed by Papa Africa aka Winston Ruddle the director who brought you the hit  Broadway show Cirque  Mother Africa.

Cirque Africa features the world-renowned African troupe, consisting of 18 performing artists from  6 African countries including acrobats, dancers, percussionist, musicians, and contortionists, performing a 60-minute awe-inspiring show, highlighted  with  stunning  colourful  African  costumes,  high  energy  knuckle-biting  acrobatic  acts,  humorous  comedy  traditional  ,  modern  original  composed  music  for  each  act  plus  vibrant  dance  routines.

This  is  a  superb  show  is  for  all  ages  of  the  family  and  as  its  a  visual  show  Cirque  Africa  has  no  language  cultural  or  religious  barriers  Cirque  Africa  is  fresh,  funky,  bold,  fun  and  challenges  your  imagination  like  no  other  show  The  dedication  and  immense  professionalism  of  Cirque  Africa  makes  this  show  very  appealing  to  all  audience  members  discover  The  Greatest  show  from  Africa .

VIETNAM - ONE IN, ALL IN
  • Visual Arts

VIETNAM - ONE IN, ALL IN

14th June 2019 — 14th September 2019

A contemporary framework by which to explore, express, and acknowledge Aboriginal veterans service in the Vietnam War – before, during and after.

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Island to Inland
  • Visual Arts

Island to Inland

19th July 2019 — 1st September 2019

Ten Kangaroo Island based visual artists bring ‘mainlanders’ a glimpse of the isolation and inspiration of island life.

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