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Always Was, Always Will Be

In our fifth year, the Fringe in the Hills team has continued their journey of understanding the Spirit of Place.

We acknowledge and respect the traditional custodians, the Kaurna people whose lands we gather on in Stirling and Lobethal. We also acknowledge that this area was a cross over place between Kaurna and Peramangk country. 

We know this place is ancient and that the living spirit of the first peoples still breathes here today.

We acknowledge the family clans of the Kaurna Nation and we shall walk softly and with respect as we feel the footprints of their ancestors.

Who's behind Fringe in the Hills

Produced by Bamboozled Productions

Thank You To Our Team

Fringe in the Hills Director   Louise Clarke

Tent Designer                      Nigel Martin

Marketing Manager              Libby Trainor Parker

Production Manager            Sophie Button

Publicity                             Against the Grain

Frequently Asked Questions

Where is Fringe in the Hills?

15 - 18 April at Coventry Library Lawns Stirling / Piccadillyangga

19 - 21 April Stirling Community Theatre (9 Avenue Road, Stirling)

22 - 24 April Fabrik Arts and Heritage, Mill Square 

Do you have a Covid-19 safe plan?

Fringe in the Hills operates under a COVD-safe plan that encourages patrons to remain masked inside venues and that those in attendance be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 (ie. two doses for adults). Where proof of vaccination is a requirement of entry to particular shows (at the request of the artist), this will be listed on the individual ticket link.

Can I bring my dog?

Yes, you can bring your dog to the site, but not into shows (unless it's a service dog).

Does it cost to enter Fringe in the Hills?

Before 6pm, it's free to enter the Fringe in the Hills hubs. After 6pm there is a cost, unless you have a ticket for a show or you are already inside. Kids under 12 are free.

Where is The Parlour?

The Parlour is a pop-up venue that will move between Stirling and Lobethal. Check your ticket order for location. 

Does The Parlour have seats and air conditioning/heating?

Yes

Where can I buy tickets?

You can buy tickets online through our website (Humanitix) or on the Fringe website (FringeTix) or on site.

When is the box office open?

The box office will open on Wednesday 13 April.

When is Fringe in the Hills open?

Friday 15th April 5pm - midnight

Saturday 16th April 10:30am - midnight

Sunday 17th April 10:30am - midnight

Monday 18th April 10:30am - midnight

Friday 22nd April 5pm - midnight

Saturday 23rd April 10:30am - midnight

Sunday 24th April 10:30am - midnight

Where to find Fringe in the Hills

Our shows are hosted across 4 beautiful locations!

Stirling Lawns

Coventry Library

63 Mount Barker Rd Stirling

Piccadillyangga, SA

The Parlour (Stirling)

A pop up spiegel tent on the Coventry Library Lawns

63 Mount Barker Rd Stirling

Piccadillyangga, SA

The Parlour (Lobethal)

A pop up spiegel tent on the Fabrik Arts + Heritage Mill Square

1 Adelaide, Lobethal Rd, Lobethal SA 5241

Stirling Community Theatre

 

9 Avenue Rd, Stirling SA 5152

Centennial Hall

36 Main St Lobethal, SA 5241