GlamAdelaide: Must-see Fringe shows to watch in the West Village

As Adelaide Fringe unfolds, West Village emerges as a hub of artistic expression, showcasing a diverse array of performances that range from mesmerising dance to soulful solo acts and laughter-packed comedy.

Here’s a snapshot of some of the must-see shows at The Lab at ILA in the West Village this Fringe season covered by Glam Adelaide. 

RIO 40°

An immersive dance and audio-visual performance that transports you straight to Rio de Janeiro. Choreographer Talita Fontainha and a cast of South Australian artists merge high-energy dance with real-life footage of Rio, exploring the city’s beauty amidst chaos. It’s an invitation to experience Brazilian culture and passion without leaving Adelaide.

Where: The Lab at ILA
When: Fri, 01 Mar – Sat, 09 Mar
For more information, click here.




Dive into the life story of Inkatja, a young girl’s journey from the mission to community leader, told through music, traditional art, and narration by MoZzi. This immersive show blends Adnyamathanha culture with modern storytelling, offering an educational and visually stunning experience that spans history, art, and personal growth.

Where: The Lab at ILA
When: Thu, 07 Mar – Sun, 10 Mar
For more information, click here

This Fringe, West Village is the place to be for an eclectic mix of shows that promise to entertain, enlighten, and inspire.

Don’t miss out on these extraordinary performances – book your tickets now and immerse yourself in the best of the West!

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