Arts and Culture

AdlFringe: Riverside with the Royal Croquet Club

Posted on: Sun 24 Dec 2017

Assistant producer of the Fringe programme at Royal Croquet Club, Jared Stevens, kindly joins Lisa via phone to chat about the exciting 2018 program for the RCC which is returning to Tarnda Womma/Pinky Flat for the 2018 Fringe.

Offering a programme of circus, comedy, drag, cabaret, theatre and music from across the globe, the Royal Croquet Club will once again be one of the go-to hubs of the Festival season.

Head to their official website and follow them on Facebook to keep up to speed. Tickets for all of the RCC shows are now available via the Adelaide Fringe website.

Produced by Lisa Harper Campbell

Image supplied by Miriam Attwood, Royal Croquet Club

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