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Kids in Adelaide Pick of the Fringe in 2021

Kids in Adelaide Pick of the Fringe in 2021

The 2021 Adelaide Fringe runs from 19th February to 21st March 2021

We’ll be updating this page frequently with all our favourite Adelaide Fringe shows for kids and families this year. Make sure you check back often, and also follow us on Facebook and Instagram for show reviews and other family friendly Fringe highlights. If you’re a performer or show and would like to enquire about advertising with us, please email diana@kidsinadelaide.com.au

Our Pick of 2021 Adelaide Fringe Shows for Kids

The Juicy Orange presents… Junior Detective Collective: The Mystery of the Golden Scoop!

KiA Review |  This is the kind of fun family show you get when theatre meets choose-your-own-adventure! An awesome mix of song, dance, laughter and audience participation that will entertain the whole family as you try to work out who stole the golden icecream scoop.

Our kids aged 6 and 8 had a great time – both of them really got into the audience participation and loved that they got the chance to help direct the storyline, with heaps of giggles! Of course, kids being kids, they always seemed to cheer loudest for the funniest, silliest choice – but that’s why they loved it. And what’s not to love about the idea of getting to help choose spaghetti bolognaise flavoured ice-cream, or figure out the clues to who stole the Golden Ice-cream Scoop?!

Set in the very awesome wetlands amphitheatre area of the Adelaide Botanic Gardens, the show is in gorgeous surrounds of the gardens that adds the perfect backdrop to this great family show. The setting is perfect for an interactive kids show because everyone can see and hear the whole story line and that’s important for when the kids get to choose the next option for the on-going show. The cast of 8 fun, quirky, ice-cream loving actors bring the kind of energy needed to entertain even the smallest members of the family, while the plot will keep the older kids trying to work out who the thief is.

Best suited to 5-12 year olds (and enjoyed by their family’s too), the Junior Detective Collective show is on this week 6:40pm, Wed 3rd until Sun 7th March only – AND if you can’t make it to the Botanic Gardens you can screen Wednesday’s show right to your home! Tickets from $15.
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It’s a typical day at Dice-Cream-Ice-Creamery when suddenly it’s discovered the golden scoop has been stolen. Uh oh… In this exciting new ‘whodunit’, everyone’s guilty. Join the Junior Detective Collective and work together to unravel the mystery of who stole the golden scoop. Was it Sir Sardine Clampepper? Was it Professor Pistachio? Or was it even… you?

At the 2021 Adelaide Fringe, The Juicy Orange are taking their unique style of interactive theatre to the next level, with their ‘choose your own adventure’ detective mystery for kids aged 6-12. Alongside our kooky characters, the audience not only personally discover and reveal hidden evidence, but ultimately, they help solve the mystery.

The crime scene is Dice-Cream-Ice-Creamery, a friendly local ice-cream store, and our head detective is the nervous, clumsy, yet tremendously inquisitive owner, Bagatha Crispy. She is relentlessly kind-hearted, and we realise the importance of compassion and trust in each other as the mystery forces her to question her deepest values. You’ll make choices along the way that truly influence the outcome of the story, so get ready to be silly, have fun and certainly have a laugh as you join the Junior Detective Collective!

adelaidefringe.com.au/fringetix/junior-detective-collective-the-mystery-of-the-golden-scoop-af2021

Circus Wonderland - A Mermaid's Tale

This is a really great, high quality family show that we are reccommending for 4 yo and up…..we are calling it part circus and part mermaid / sailor love story. Set in the beautiful Wonderland Spiegeltent that is taking pride of place as a new small scale ‘Fringe Hub’ in Hindmarsh Square, you will love the less hectic atmosphere and easy (er) street parking here by comparison to the Eastern Parklands.

Excpect a mermaid at great hiegths, ariel and silk routines, circus clowing, loads of comedy rolled in and plenty of gravity and logic defying entertainment. We genuinely hope they keep offering mermaid glitter to every one on entry, beacuse the Dads all looked particuarly dashing in tiny shiny scales. Honestly though, don’t get put off or too caught in the mermaid thing, lets call it ‘subtle mermaid themes’.

This is a massive step up on the facilities that have been in HIndmarsh square previous years. Allow time for a drink and chill out pre or post show in the abundant comfy seeating. There are snacks available and the toilets were clean. Winning. We only wish there were more kids shows in this venue, as it really was so easy to relax, knowing the kids are safe, fenced in and cant go too far.

This show and venue are definately worth checking out!

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Roll Up! Roll Up! It’s all new all-star line-up of sea-faring circus fun for the whole family that will keep everyone on the edge of their seats. Be astounded and amazed at the sideshow antics of a mesmerizing cast of world class circus performers presenting a hilarious and thrilling magical circus show. Nonstop action and nonstop laughs!

“Absolutely Brilliant …. Don’t Miss It!!” – The Advertiser

Enjoy the fun Wonderland Spiegeltent Festival Hub with fresh fairly floss and popcorn and all your favourite treats.

20 Feb–21 March @ 11am & 2pm

adelaidefringe.com.au/fringetix/circus-wonderland-a-mermaid-s-tale-af2021

Petit Circus: Bon Appetit

KiA Review | It is really hard to find a family friendly show to suit the younger crew as well as the early teens, but Petit Circus have done just that, with their new show in 2021 ‘Bon Appetit’. Nudging in at about an hour in the spacious ‘The Peacock’ tent inside Gluttony, this is a fast paced, acrobatic filled comic delight that had Mr 6 cracking himself up at the slapstick whilst the teens and parents loved the acrobatics and juggling. The crowd just ate this up (food pun totally intended) and the hour just flew by, so you know it is a good show.

What we loved the most? It was just awesome fun. Great music (hats off to whomever chose the Top Gun nod….much appreciated), lots of bright colours, acrobatics that make your lower back hurt and energetic and engaging perfomers (and funny!). If you are on the fence about what to see this Fringe with the kids, you absolutely cannot go wrong with this great show.

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Petit Circus returns with a brand new show in 2021! Bon Appetit, a brand new themed circus show set in a restaurant, this 45 minute show is packed with amazing acrobatics, stacks of silliness, perfect for children aged 3+, and the young at heart. Come and see why this audience favourite has performed at Fringe every year for 10 years and got 5 stars from the Advertiser in 2019! This is the perfect family show for Fringe, made for kids, loved by grown ups, joyful, fun and skilful.

★★★★★ The Advertiser 2019

“delivered with finesse, flair and, most importantly, a sense of joy… A GREAT circus show adults will love that just happens to be appropriate for children.” Advertiser 2016

adelaidefringe.com.au/fringetix/petit-circus-bon-appetit-af2021

Mary Poppins

The beautiful Norwood Town Hall is a great venue for the Adelaide Theatre Academy’s fantastic performance of the iconic Mary Poppins.

The cast were talented and truly outstanding, everyone played their part beautifully, executing complex arrangements and complicated dance moves.
The leads were a standout, they acted with confidence and engaged the audience from start to finish. The entire cast were well deserving of the standing ovation.

Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious was our favourite number but it was tricky to choose just one. We loved it, the kids loved it, the audience were toe tapping and smiling ear to ear.
Our kids are 13 & 11 but the audience were all ages. It was stretching the attention span of the littlest fans though, running for over 2 hours plus intermission.

It was obvious how much work had gone into putting on this show and given that all the performers are under 18, credit needs to go to the parents, support people, teachers and crew members. The staging, lighting, music and costumes all added to the magic and entertainment. It was practically perfect in every way – we loved it!

Look out for them again at Adelaide Fringe 2022!

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Following their award winning and acclaimed productions of Oliver and Peter Pan, the Adelaide Theatre Academy is back with one of the most popular Disney movies of all time.
Mary Poppins is an enchanting mixture of unforgettable songs, breathtaking dance numbers and magical moments. Jane and Michael Banks have broken many a nanny, but Mary Poppins uses a mix of magic and common sense to teach us how to value each other again. Even grown-ups can learn a lesson or two from the nanny who advises that “Anything can happen if you let it.”
The production is truly a supercalifragilisticexpialidocious show that will have the whole family smiling and laughing together.

adelaidefringe.com.au/fringetix/mary-poppins-af2021

 

Other family friendly shows at Adelaide Fringe 2021

Amazing Drumming Monkeys

KiA Review: As soon as we entered the tent for this interactive puppet show you knew you were in for some fun!
Not only was it a good time for the kids but the adults also got a giggle out of the performance and mid show “fails” that called for a parent to jump on stage multiple times to assist which also got every one laughing.
The beat of the drums had our one year old bouncing up and down and our six year jumping like a kangaroo and we definitely felt the show was aimed at this age bracket.

Drums are available for purchase before the show, if you can afford one, the kids would love drumming along. Regretfully they can’t hand out drums for the children during the show like they once did thanks to old mate Covid.

Fantastic, interactive and a lot of fun for 1-6yo

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Australia’s favourite family puppet show is back in the Garden of Unearthly Delights. The Amazing Drumming Monkeys have been wowing audiences around Australia and internationally for the past 17 years.

Although the show is for little kids, it has something for everyone. Cute & funny monkeys for kids, hilarious comedy for adults, funky live drumming for all ages, and a message for the world. Kids and parents will be laughing, dancing and drumming together! It’s a fantastic show.

★★★★★ “Our Favourite Concert” Rolling Music, Shanghai China.
★★★★1/2 “Top Banana!” Adelaide Advertiser.
“The Next Wiggles” NT News.
“The Next Bananas” Triple J.
“Banging good fun!” WOMADelaide.
“The most Iconic South Australian band since Cold Chisel” Dave at Stirling market.

adelaidefringe.com.au/fringetix/amazing-drumming-monkeys-af2021

Peter Combe in Fix the Fence with Sticky Tape

We caught Peter Combe today with Mr 4. He’s a classic and is still hugely popular amoung kids of all ages. Performing a variety of old and new songs you’d recognise this voice anywhere. We loved watching the Mums and Dads quietly foot tappiing throughout. Although the show states 4-10yo, even babies will get their groove on – because how can you not. This show uses Theatre Bugs for back up to the performance and it’s a must see this fringe.

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Legendary children’s singer and songwriter Peter Combe is back at Adelaide Fringe with a new show together with the all singing, all dancing Theatre Bugs kids!

Wash Your Face in Orange Juice (of course!) Everybody’s Got a Little Rhythm, Jack & the Beanstalk, Newspaper Mama, Music of the Day, Stuck in a Pizza, Spaghetti Bolognaise, Toffee Apple, Juicy Juicy Green Grass… the perfect show for the young and young at heart.

adelaidefringe.com.au/fringetix/peter-combe-in-fix-the-fence-with-sticky-tape-af2021

Monski Mouse's Baby Disco

If you are after a fun filled hour of dancing for parents right down to babies, then look no further than Monski Mouse’s Baby Disco. But wait, we aren’t talking about an hour of ear cringeing baby tunes here, we are talking a brilliant selection of your fave throwback thursday hits (you know the ones….brings you right back to your days on the dance floor at *insert pub that has now closed down because we are OLD).

We took along a bubbly 6 month old and it was just fantastic fun. The songs bring you right into the show, with everyone encouraged to get amongst the grooving and shaking and show the kids how its done. If getting amongst it isn’t your bag, there are plenty of seats to let you enjoy the show however you feel comfortable. It was a fabulously fun show that we highly recommend for the ‘up to school age’ crowd.

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Why toddle when you can dance? Join DJ Mumma, Monski Mouse and her Dancers for 50 mins of bonkers, bopping family fun. This international hit kids show, lets parents and 0-5’s loose on the dance floor in this friendliest of discos. Expect high-energy smiling to retro beats and thumping nursery rhymes. Get your disco-dancing booties on!

Grab your tickets to Monski Mouse’s Baby Disco here!

Don't Mess With The Dummies

We have found a fringe show to keep your little crew in STITCHES! Don’t mess with the dummies is an action packed hour of comedy, slapstick, acrobatics, sleight of hand and good old fashioned fun by a very talented trio of performers. Our fam, ranging from a 6 month old (who just loved the bright lights and sounds), a 6 year old who has never laughed so hard and a couple of tweens who love to laugh, had a great time and we highly recommend you popping down and having a look.

Looking around the crowd during the show, it was obvious all the kids were loving it, plus with some cool little crowd interaction to keep everyone on their toes, they won’t know whats coming next! Held in the spacious Cornucopia tent at Gluttony, there is plenty of space to comfortably enjoy the show in comfort. This crew are from Victoria who have had a really rough year, so if you can get on down to support a fabulously talented company and have a great day out with the fam, then you can’t go with the Dummies!

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From the unstoppable Dummies Corp comes an award-winning extraordinary adventure! Don’t mess with the Dummies,

Lions and tigers and dummies, oh my! Set up camp and stampede into the jungle for an outlandish, circus filled extravaganza that will leave you chuckling like a monkey and roaring for more.

They’re on an expedition and you’re invited along for the journey. Pack your bag, tie your shoes and get ready for circus-filled hilarity as the Dummies monkey about the jungle, swing through treetops and bush bash their way through the undergrowth. With a rockin’ soundtrack, unbelievable acrobatics and trademark Dummies frivolity, let’s get ready to rumble!

Grab your tickets to Don’t Mess With The Dummies here!

MR BADGER tells the story of “The Wind in the Willows"

Back by popular demand, Mr Badger returns to the Adelaide Fringe in 2021 at Carrick Hill.

Splash Theatre Company is busy preparing for another Adelaide Fringe Season of MR BADGER tells the story of “The Wind in the Willows”.

This much loved, classic story celebrates the joys of nature and friendship. With its garden setting under a shady tree, picnic style seating and atmosphere, this intimate, delightful storytelling performance makes an ideal family outing and shared experience for ages 5 to 95.

Enjoy a stunning garden setting under a shady tree with picnic-style seating and atmosphere.

Held in the beautiful grounds of stunning Carrick Hill, this 35-minute performance makes a fantastic excursion for all ages, with a maximum audience size of 50 per session.

While Mr Toad is arguably one of the most celebrated and beloved characters in English literature, MR BADGER has always been happy to take a back seat, until now.

MR BADGER is delighted to be appearing at this year’s Adelaide Fringe to tell you his version of events!

Grab your spot under the shady tree now.
adelaidefringe.com.au/fringetix/mr-badger-tells-the-story-of-the-wind-in-the-willows-af2021

Borealis

Expect a truly spectacular fusion of art, technology and environment.

We found this immersive light show completely mesmerising and enjoyed chilling out and watching the lights unfold, for us it was a very Zen experience, and a complete polar opposite of the bustling festival happening in the parklands adjacent. The kids were done after twenty minutes, we could have stayed longer admiring this instalation.

You can catch the simulated and immersive beauty of the Northern Lights right here in Adelaide over Rymill Park Lake in Gluttony at this years Adelaide Fringe.

Sessions open from 8.30pm every night of the festival and it’s advised that you allow at least fifteen minutes to view the magical colours and shadows cast beautifully across the low cloud and tree line, right before your eyes.

This is a ticketed event well worth the $10 per ticket or $35.00 per family. Please note that tickets will now guarentee access to Gluttony Hub, Kent Town Side (initially this wasnt the case). If Gluttony is at capacity at the time of your visit, ‘The Great Wall of Gluttony’ goes up and you can not access Gluttony City side as with all shows, so it is worth familiarising your self with the most recent gluttony map here

Borealis sits on the Kent Town side of Gluttony, and the most efficient way to enter if you are coming exclusively for the light show is to head to the Rymill Park Kiosk, from Bartells Rd entry gate.

The first show doesn’t start until 8:30pm so this one might be out for little kids, or ones who don’t do late nights.

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Art meets technology in this magical installation allowing you to experience the magic of the Northern Lights right here in Adelaide. Dan Acher’s BOREALIS had its Southern Hemisphere premiere in Adelaide Fringe 2018. Since then, it has travelled the world and wowed audiences in a dozen countries and makes a much anticipated return this Fringe!

https://adelaidefringe.com.au/fringetix/borealis-af2021

BasketballMan Can Fly

For years BasketballMan has been a world renowned Basketball Freestyler but now he’s out to prove he’s a real superhero. Witness the best basketball tricks you’ve never seen before as BasketballMan, spins, dribbles, juggles, and performs stunts in this crime fighting, family-friendly, circus show.

adelaidefringe.com.au/fringetix/basketballman-can-fly-af2021

There's Something in the Water: For Kids

Grumms doesn’t see themselves in the Barbies or G.I Joes they play with. Instead, they find solace in their superhero comic books. When Grumms transforms into a horrible squid-like monster (think Creature from the Black Lagoon meets The Muppets) they must hide their secret identity and disguise as a ‘normal, human woman’. Cartoonish chaos ensues, and only by being their true self can Grumms become the superhero they’ve always wanted to be.
Superhero or horrible monster?
You decide.

Puppets, superpowers and hilarious physical comedy combine in this absurd award-winning comedy – only this time it’s for the whole family, there is also an adults only version of this show.

Mach 31st is Transgender Day of Visability

Micksters Magic Gadgets - Reloaded

Mickster is a fantastic entertainer who keeps the audience engaged throughout the whole performance. The opening scene is mind blowing and it just keeps keeps getting better from there!
The performance is great for kids of all ages, our four year old loved it as did our adults. We’d probably suggest best for 4-10yo.
Mickster really uses the audience to move through the show which makes it that bit more personal throughout too. His magic is on point as always and there are plenty of ‘BUT HOW’ moments.
This is a must see this Fringe season for families I can 100% say you will not be disappointed! Bonus – you are supporting a fantastic local talent.

Tickets here for March 20th at Marion Cultural Centre

Bubble Show with Mini Milkshake

Now this show was amazing (and we always love them every year!) We all had a total blast (even out little toddler) watching mini milkshake do her magic transforming from a doll to human again to cause some mischief with Dr. Bubbles equipment. You’ll see big bubbles, little bubbles, SQUARE bubbles and even smoke bubbles along with an awesome story line played out during the show between Dr. Bubbles and Mini Milkshake. Perfect for all ages, our one and a half year onld only grew tiered of it towards then end but stayed pretty glued to all the magic happening on stage the entire time. Our only advice would be to keep an eye on the weather and make sure to bring in some water! The tents get a bit hot on warm days.

Grab tickets and more info here: https://adelaidefringe.com.au/fringetix/bubble-show-with-mini-milkshake-af2021

2021 Adelaide Fringe Shows for Teens + Tweens

BasketballMan Can Fly

For years BasketballMan has been a world renowned Basketball Freestyler but now he’s out to prove he’s a real superhero. Witness the best basketball tricks you’ve never seen before as BasketballMan, spins, dribbles, juggles, and performs stunts in this crime fighting, family-friendly, circus show.

adelaidefringe.com.au/fringetix/basketballman-can-fly-af2021

2021 Adelaide Fringe Show us (adults)

Amity Dry

KiA Review | Not just good, really good, possibly Dry’s best work yet and we are strongly advising you to grab some girlfriends and book this one in while tickets are still available. 39 Forever + gst is a must see and an extra bonus that you will be supporting a very deserving local show.  The revisited and finely tuned cabaret/comedy is real, honest, and damn funny. You will truly leave with you cup full…… even though you prossibly downed your Sub Zero – oops I mean Pimms, before the end of the opening number because #MumsNightOff. Just me? Expect to sing along, dance in your chair and relate *hard* to the wisdom that we acquire as we age. Amity will take you on a journey from Sweet Valley Hight to Spanx, from nightclub line ups to neck cream ads popping up in your news feed. The show is wonderfully supported by the talented Jamie Burges on key board. My gosh the girl can sing.

Think I might go and sell my house now just so as I can hang some more with Amity.

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After a sell-out season in the 2017 Adelaide Fringe and Melbourne Comedy Festival Dry’s laugh out loud comedy about ageing is back. With the same 80’s & 90’s soundtrack and raw honesty audiences loved this is the same hilarious show — but with a new ending!

So if you still feel like you’re 25, even though your birthdate insists you’re not, if you get a fright when you catch your own reflection, or are enquiring about Botox “for a friend” – this show is for you.
It’s the perfect girls night out!

“Grab your bubbles and work it into a night with the girls.” The Advertiser
“Keeps the laughs coming.” Sun Herald
“Takes you from laughter to tears and back again.” Broadway World
“Amity Dry has it all. The voice, the wit, the talent and rawness all rolled into one” Adelaide Theatre Guide.

adelaidefringe.com.au/fringetix/39-forever-plus-gst-with-amity-dry-af2021

Jimeoin - Turn it Up

KiA Review | Classic international standard stand up comedy. Rude but not vulgar or offesive, this guy never gets old, he’s like the pioneer of professional comedy and we actually think every 14 yo + kid should see him. I mean sure it’s an adults show but if you ask us your teenagers will love him and you’ll give your kids something bloody funny to laugh at together for a long time. We honestly believe this guy could stand up on a stage and talk about any thing with a natural ability to make it hilarious and I’m never buying a big handbag again. 4.5 stars from us (only lacking a star as we sat near the back and couldn’t see all of his facial expressions – probably our own old eyes at fault really).

Grab tix and read more here: https://adelaidefringe.com.au/fringetix/jimeoin-turn-it-up-af2021

Amelia Ryan & Libby O'Donovan in UNSUNG

KiA Review | Unsung left us with goosebumps and was every bit worthy of the opening night standing ovation it received. We expected the great play list but had no idea of the eye opening education this amazing show was going to enrich the audience with. The common topic of discussion post show amongst the crowd ‘I just learnt so much’.
The very talented Amelia Ryan and Libby O’Donovan will belt out tunes and tell you a very real story about the Australian women who created history and changed generations, earning the credibility they deserved on the Australian music scene in the sixties and paving the way for the ongoing battle that is equal rights. These women were ‘bad ass’ in the best possible way and while there is no doubt they were trail blazers, it’s kind of sad that we are still fighting for much of the same equality today.
Delivered with tasteful comedy that we have come to expect from Ryan and huge unparalleled vocals from O’Donovan, the show runs for just over an hour. The Queen’s Theatre Venue is themed up a treat – if those walls could only talk hey.
Take your Mum, your husband, your bestie or your daughters, but be quick to secure tickets this one we are certainly be a sell out.

Book tickets here: https://adelaidefringe.com.au/fringetix/amelia-ryan-libby-o-donovan-unsung-af2021

Jackson v Jackson

KiA Review | We caught Jackson v Jackson on opening night, at the new look outdoor Moa (large amphitheater) as the sun set over Gluttony. Yes, it was a delightful as that sounds. If you appreciate a good playlist from Michael Jackson, Janet Jackson or The Jackson Five you will relish in the talent delivered by Gospo Collective. The vocals, acoustics and iconic MJ moves were on point and nothing short of world class entertainment. A noteworthy mention must go to the next generation of talent, The Jones Juniors, who joined the stage.

While this show is family friendly, unless your kids are up and coming vocalists or die hard Jackson fans, we think they might be a bit bored here and suggest making it a date/night / girls night or take your parents type of night out.

Grab tickets and read more here: https://adelaidefringe.com.au/fringetix/jackson-vs-jackson-af2021

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