Back in 2013, three South Australian guys had an idea to create an alternative Fringe space to the Garden of Unearthly Delights and make it accessible to everyone.
Tom Skipper, one of the trio behind the success of the Royal Croquet Club, who also run Little Miss Miami and Crab Shack, created the Fringe event after a successful run during the Ashes.
“Myself, Stuart Duckworth and Sam Weckert had an idea to use Victoria Square as a potential site for the Fringe. We saw an opportunity to provide an alternative to the Garden of Unearthly Delights, which is a Victorian investment. We thought it would be great to have another South Australian offering in a different part of Adelaide,” Skipper says.
“We put on an event in line with the Ashes series on the riverbank back in 2013. That was extremely successful and the Adelaide City Council expressed to us…
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