Gluttony

One of the landmark pop up venues of Adelaide Fringe Festival

March 29, 2015

Indecently  the largest annual arts festival in the Southern Hemisphere. Set in Rymill Park (Mullawirraburka), right in the heart of Adelaide’s festive East End on the corner of East Terrace and Rundle Road.

The brain child of Daniel Michael (yes he has 2 first names as well!), it is a  wonderful venue where you can meet, watch, listen, dance, laugh, think, play, lounge, chat… or just get carried away by Gluttony’s relaxed and quirky vibe.

Winner for  Best Venue for the 1st week of the Adelaide Fringe in 2014, it is boutique festival destination for showgoers, party people, artists and lovers of the finer things in life.

Four performance venues – The Peacock, La Petite Grande, The Bally and The Piglet – are nestled within Gluttony’s leafy bounds, ranging from the large and lively to the intimate and atmospheric.

In addition to the dozens of diverse Fringe acts performing within Gluttony, there’s delicious food, fine wines, local beer and top-shelf spirits on offer at this open-air party in the park.

In 2014 Mark programmed the Comedy for the Piglet with a wonderful array of comedians that was a early hit in the first week of shows, amassing a huge number of highly rated 5 star, 4.5 star and 4 star comedy shows.

Mark will be back in 2015, where programming is already beginning.  Stay tuned!

Visit the Gluttony website here.