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Fringe is coming to PAE

It’s not long until the Adelaide Fringe again and the City of PAE is proud to be supporting creative and talented artists across the Council area, featuring an outstanding range of art in all its forms.

With our culturally rich and diverse community, the City of PAE has become an important and vibrant arts hub and home to a significant number of artists, galleries, studios, museums, cultural organisations and events. The Adelaide Fringe is just the ticket to enjoy some unique and new experiences in our City.

Fringe time means fun time in PAE, with shows, performances, exhibitions, displays, workshops and more. From comedy to cabaret, dance to drama, visual arts to videography, there’s something for everyone.

Check this link for details of all shows on in our City: Adelaide Frings PAE shows

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    • Expressions of Interest
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    • News
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    • News
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    • News
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"We acknowledge and pay respect to the Traditional Owners of the land on which we stand, the Kaurna People of the Adelaide Plains. It is upon their ancestral lands that the Port Adelaide Enfield Council meets. It is also the Place of the Kardi, the Emu, whose story travels from the coast inland. We pay respect to Elders past, present and emerging. We respect their spiritual beliefs and connections to land which are of continuing importance to the living Kaurna people of today. We further acknowledge the contributions and important role that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people continue to play within our shared community."