Gluttony is back for the 2024 Adelaide Fringe!

Located in the gardens of Rymill Park / Murlawirrapurka over 170 Fringe acts will perform within the numerous venues within Gluttony. This is the largest of the Fringe hubs. You’ll find a whole range of family friendly activities and interactive installations here.

There’s food options from around the globe including Greek, Turkish, Vietnamese, Filipino, Indian and many more. Remember, Gluttony is CASHLESS so you’ll need to pay with a card. You don’t need to be seeing a show to enjoy Gluttony either – entry is FREE & it is a great way to soak up the Fringe atmosphere. Just be aware that on busy nights, entry may be restricted to ticket holders only.

You can check out all of the accessibility info for Gluttony on their website – click here. If your kids need a break from the hustle and bustle of the Fringe, they can visit the Gluttony Chill Area, supported by Hotel Alba too.

Just an FYI, the lake is closed off this year while maintenance is underway. But in good news, you can now access the Quentin Kenihan Accessible Playground from within Gluttony during daylight hours! Perfect for a play before or after a show!

CLICK HERE for all the Gluttony Venues & Shows.

Here is Entry & Accessibility Info for Gluttony. Be sure to check your tickets carefully so you know which Gluttony venue your show is in, as you may need to enter via a certain gate.

Main venue accessibility information


The main entrance to the venue has step-free access suitable for people using mobility aids.

Car parking

There are 10 designated wheelchair accessible car parking spaces near this venue.

Wheelchair accessible parking is located: On street parking next to the park.

Drop off point

Safe wheelchair accessible drop off/pick up area in close proximity to the venue entrance.

The path of travel from the street or drop off point to the entrance level, firm and obstacle free.

Box Office

The venue has a box office available.

The box office has an accessible lowered counter.

No counter hearing loop service available at box office.

Toilet facilities

Designated wheelchair accessible unisex toilet/s.

Additional information

Rymill Park / Murlawirrapura, Cnr East Tce & Rundle Rd, Adelaide, SA, 5000

For more Gluttony info & updates head to their website, Facebook or Instagram.

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