a CONTEMPORARY, FUN and quirky day to round of this years festival

luckysam's FRINGE family FAVOURITES

old girl guide hall - 11am - 6pm

Luckysam’s Fringe Family Favourites, featuring a rolling cast of shows from award winning, absolute stand-out acts from the world of Fringe, an extravaganza of Circus, Comedy and Music! Alongside some hand picked local favourites with theatre, music, magic and more! 

This years visiting acts include the comedy and musical mayhem of Mr Snot Bottom, Eloise Green Hula Queen with her ‘laugh out loud’ Hula Hoop show all about love, international circus superstar Mr Spin & all the way from the UK Pandora Pink with a show that certainly stacks up.


The Memoryteller by alysha herrmann


Writer and performance-maker Alysha Herrmann will be presenting new work The Memoryteller for the first time at the Whyalla Library for Unearth. Part performance, part gallery, part interview, part (fictional) history.

Over the course of the experience, Alysha will interview nine volunteers* and create an evolving mini-exhibition of (fictional) memories in response. Audience can stay for as long or as little as they like, listening in to interviews, viewing exhibited items and reading the memories as they are written (and rewritten). 

Book in your interview* with The Memoryteller here: LINK COMING SOON

*Interviewees must bring a small (hand-held) item to donate to the experience.

the bait fridge - old civic library - jessop white park

Time - TBC

The Bait Fridge is a multidisciplinary collective of hooligans who transform spaces through a spontaneous combustion of colour, sound and movement.

A chaos of raw action, colour, costume and community creates the nucleus for the ever transforming realm of The Bait Fridge. The manipulators of this wet, hyper colourful landscape are bound to no laws, except to keep evolving the space visually, socially and sonically. If the environment is not constantly in flux...it will die.


meeting point at jessop-white park

2pm & 4pm

'Meltdown' is an anthology of stories built into an immersive theatre experience, exploring humanity and connection through the voices of young people. 'Meltdown' was inspired by conversations with students during the COVID-19 pandemic. This production is in partnership with Ruby Award winning company D'faces of Youth Arts and is performed by regional artists aged 11-18.

'Meltdown' was written with funding from the Department of Premiere and Cabinet in 2020 by regional theatre maker Michal Hughes.

This is not a seated performance - this show will be a mobile immersive experience.

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