Fringe is bringing the official guide closer to audiences across the state with over 150 collection points including your local Foodland Supermarket and BankSA branch.
With the official poster winner Mali Isabel’s vibrant and beautiful artwork gracing the cover, the 2022 Fringe guide encourages people to explore online, using QR codes to link to more information and direct ticketing links.
Adelaide Fringe Director and CEO Heather Croall says the jam-packed guide ignites the buzz and excitement of Fringe. “When the official Fringe guide lands every year, it really signifies the kick-off of Fringe,” she said.
“We are thrilled to be partnering with the iconic Foodland stores which are local, independently owned supermarkets to help distribute the guide across over 90 stores in South Australia.”
“There are over 1000 shows this year across more than 350 venues, it’s always so exciting to see the amazing level of creativity and innovation in Adelaide Fringe.”
“This year Fringe hosts a wide variety of shows, experiences and events, and audiences can experience Fringe in their own way with open air, indoor and online events available – so start planning,” said Ms Croall.
Come and explore the biggest Arts Festival in Australia – collect your guide from your local Foodland Supermarket, BankSA branch, Fringe Box Office or registered Fringe venue.
The 2022 Adelaide Fringe runs from 18 February to 20 March. For more information and to view full program,visit: www.adelaidefringe.com.au for details.
Image: Monski Mouse and The Jack and Annie Show – photo by Nikki Sztolc