Embrace life on the fringe and get set for a weekend of laughs, entertainment, great music and cabaret all in the one weekend at the inaugural Alpine Valleys Fringe Fest at Feathertop Winery! The festival is a celebration of all things cultural and diverse in our region, bringing together the best up and coming talent in our local region.
The line up includes a mix of comedy, cabaret and music, set in the stunning winery from Thursday October 10 – Sunday October 13.
Be smart and save $5 with a Festival Weekend Pass ticket. Binge on the Fringe and have access to every show on the program:
Thursday October 10, 6:30-8:30pm – Launch Preview Night.
Local musos The Alpine Bangers kick the festival opening night off! Join us for canapes, bubbles/beer on arrival and your chance to see a 2-5 minute preview of festival artists. Includes drink on arrival & nibbles
Friday October 11, 7:30pm – Ginger & Tonic
Acclaimed a cappella girl group Ginger and Tonic are showcasing the breadth of Aus-tralian music in their show Australian Treasures and Guilty Pleasures. Known for their superb harmonies and hilarious cabaret shows, in this show the quartet are injecting their signature style into songs that capture the beauty and downright fun of the Aussie spirit
Saturday October 12, 7:30pm – Priscilla Armstrong “Goodbye To Berlin”
“Armstrong’s risque antics, creates an experience of forbidden cabaret at the time of the rise of Adolf Hitler.” – InDaily, Adelaide’s Independent News.
The well known Kit Kat Klub has been boarded up along with all the other popular Cabaret venues of Berlin. Sally has transformed an abandoned house into a lavish cocktail bar for her final cabaret, ‘Goodbye to Berlin.’ Hidden in the depths of the city, this secret cabaret is set in the 30’s shortly after the story of Cabaret as you know it. Haven’t you ever wondered what happened to Sally?
Sunday October 13, 7:30pm – David Quirk
Stand-up comedian and actor David Quirk has cemented his place on our TV screens and as an original voice on the international comedy circuit, with hit live shows in Australia and the UK. His break-through live show, Shaking Hands With Danger, a storytelling tale about infidelity, took out the coveted peer voted award – The Piece of Wood Award at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, and was nominated for Best Comedy at the Sydney Comedy Festival. The show also ran successful seasons in both London and Edinburgh.