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Auslan Interpreted Events in February: Adelaide Fringe Festival

The Adelaide Fringe Logo

Where: Various (please refer to individual event information).

Have a look through all the Auslan Interpreted events  that will feature at the Adelaide Fringe throughout February.

Access bookings can be made through the Adelaide Fringe’s Accessibility Booking Line on 08 8100 2089. 


Tindo Utpurndee, Sunset Ceremony (Events)
Friday, 15 February 2019 – 8pm
River Torrens, Karrawirra Parri, Adelaide
A significant Sunset Ceremony to recognise the living culture of the First Nations and to pay respect to the spirit of the land. This place holds many ancient stories and Tindo Utpurndee is one of these, which speaks of spirit and sharing of light. Find out more here.

*Important information from the Adelaide Fringe:
Please note: On Opening Night, Friday February 15th, the University Footbridge will be closed. Access is via Frome Road or King William Road Bridges.

A designated accessible drop off point for opening night with kerb ramps is located on Frome Road at the intersection of War Memorial Drive, closest to North Adelaide from 6pm-midnight.

The regular Adelaide City Council accessible parking on War memorial Drive will be closed, however those on Victoria Drive and Kintore avenue are available.  A viewing area for Tindo Utpurndee, Sunset Ceremony for people with accessibility requirements is located adjacent the ceremonial sand circle, near the college boat sheds. Friends, family and support people are also welcome in the designated viewing area. The precinct is relatively flat with paved surfaces. Auslan interpretation of the ceremony will be provided in this region also.

Please book via the Accessibility Booking Line on 08 8100 2089 for Auslan interpretation, the tactile tour and audio description services or https://adelaidefringe.com.au/fringetix/tindo-utpurndee-sunset-ceremony-access-af2019


Aaaand Now For More Kiddo Kaos! (Children’s, Comedy) 
Saturday, 16 February 2019 -2pm
Sunday, 17 February 2019- 2pm
Gallery Room at The National Wine Centre Cnr Hackney and Botanic Rd, Adelaide
A crazy mash of absurd improvised games, driven by junior conspirators’ live suggestions. Each unique show stuffed with hilarious characters and LOTS of daft jokes. Mayhem, music and merriment for all ages featuring members of ‘Racing Minds’ and ‘Adventures of the Improvised Sherlock Holmes’. Find out more here.


Did you Hear What I Saw? (Children’s, Comedy)
Saturday, 16 February 2019 – 3:20pm
Sunday, 17 February 2019 – 3.20pm
Ferguson Room at The National Wine Centre, Cnr Hackney and Botanic Rd, Adelaide
Tom and Tom have been best friends for 9,855 days and counting. They’ve walked miles through blizzards, run amok in city streets and been superheroes of the playground. Their amazing bond was strengthened as Tom Skelton lost his sight and Tom GK his hearing. Find out more here.


Neo: I’M IN LOVE WITH ART (Cross-Artform) 
Saturday, 16 February 2019 – 6pm
Art Gallery of South Australia, North Tce, Adelaide
Neo is the Art Gallery of South Australia’s program exclusively for teens aged 13 – 17 years old. Spend a night at the Gallery creating art with local legends in our immersive artist labs. . Find out more here.


Come and Try Auslan with Deaf Can:Do (Workshops and Talks/Interactive)
Sunday, 17 February 2019 -11am
Broughton Room at The National Wine Centre, Cnr Hackney and Botanic Rd, Adelaide
Be introduced to the fascinating language of Auslan (Australian Sign Language). This is an interactive session where you will learn about finger spelling, basic greetings, and have an opportunity to practice your new skills. Find out more here


Fringe Talk Show – Gavin Wanganeen  Workshops and Talks
Sunday, 17 February 2019 -2:30pm
The Moa at Gluttony. Rymill Park / Mullawirraburka, Corner of East Terrace and Rundle Rd, Adelaide
A conversation with AFL legend, acclaimed contemporary Indigenous artist and Aboriginal activist, Gavin Wanganeen. Find out more here.


Tom GK: Hearing Loss, The Muscial! (Comedy / Cabaret)
Sunday, 17 February 2019 – 7pm
Venue TBA (please refer to the Adelaide Fringe Website)
Are you pretending you’re not losing your hearing? Six years ago Tom GK had his dream job: reviewing Bob Dylan, Foo Fighters, Nick Cave and more for a national paper. The only problem was his hearing was rapidly deteriorating. Now he’s ready to tell his story … since every music critic in reality wants to be on stage – he’s written a musical! Find out more here.


1900-Lisa-Skye Comedy (Comedy / Stand Up)
Sunday, 17 February 2019 – 7pm
Ferguson Room at The National Wine Centre, Cnr Hackney and Botanic Rd, Adelaide
Before Tinder, how did straight guys hassle ladies? Skye worked for a phone dating agency in the early 2000s. She has stories so scary and silly they’ll curl your eyelashes. But when finding love with other femmes in 2019, is she any better? Find out more here.


Ballroom Dance Workshops (dance) 
Saturday, 23 February 2019 – 1:30pm
Greenwith Community Centre, The Golden Way (opposite Anare St),  Greenwith
Come and learn the basics of Social Ballroom Dance.Workshop 1 (23 Feb) will cover Waltz & Rumba. Find out more here.


Auslan Games and Storytime with Deaf Can:Do (Children’s / Interactive)
Sunday, 24 February 2019 – 11am
Broughton Room at The National Wine Centre, Cnr Hackney and Botanic Rd, Adelaide
Kids will love this exciting way to learn Auslan by participating in games and stories with Deaf Can:Do. Learn the signs for colours, animals and more in this fun interactive session. Find out more here.


JUDITH LUCY VS MEN (Comedy/Stand Up)
Wednesday, 27 February 2019 – 7pm
The Vagabond at The Garden of Unearthly Delights, Rundle Park / Kadlitpina, Cnr East Tce & Rundle Rd, Adelaide
Judith Lucy is single again…and 50. She recently reflected on her entire history with men and concluded that maybe it was time to shut up shop.  Judith will recount her full history with the opposite sex and leave it up to the audience to determine whether she should ever date again. Find out more here.

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