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Garden Melodies
Garden Melodies

4 Fringe shows to check out in the Botanic Garden

14 Feb. 2023 1 min read

The Adelaide Fringe is back -Check out the events being held at Adelaide Botanic Garden.

The Garden of Unearthly Delights isn’t the only garden hosting Fringe events this year.

The Adelaide Botanic Garden will also host a range of events - with something for the whole family.

There are seven spectacular shows to choose from starting Saturday 18 February through to Friday 17 March 2023. Read on for a taste of what to expect!

4 Fringe shows to check out in the Botanic Garden

For the kids

Party for Twois an interactive children’s theatre show celebrating imagination and inspiring nature play.

The play is about the fun of preparing for a party – making mud cakes, squeezing lemonade and hanging up decorations.

Party of Two is designed for 5-to-8 year olds who like to make and do. Wear casual clothes as you may get a little bit dirty!

4 Fringe shows to check out in the Botanic Garden

For the opera enthusiasts

Ahoy, me hearties! The Pirates of Penzance is back and celebrating 10 years at the Fringe!

The ever popular adaption of Gilbert and Sullivan’s classic operetta will take place in the Amphitheatre and features some of the state’s best local performers.

4 Fringe shows to check out in the Botanic Garden

For the music buffs

Head along to Conifer Lawn at Adelaide Botanic Garden for Garden Melodies. Enjoy as local performers interweave music with the sounds of nature and birds.

Sit back and relax while you enjoy this fusion of sounds. Or if you prefer, feel free to wander and discover musicians and music around the garden.

4 Fringe shows to check out in the Botanic Garden

For the night owls

Looking for something a bit different? The Late Night Celestial Garden Bath is a unique experience that will inspire you to unwind as you immerse in nature.

Held in the Bicentennial Conservatory, you will be bathed in a live performance of sounds and vibrations played by the plants as their live electrical data is converted into music.

This is a late one! Start time is 11.30pm and loose, comfortable clothing is encouraged.

Event information and tickets

For more information or to purchase tickets, visit

Would you like to find out what other activities are planned year-round at the three botanic gardens? Read our blog 5 of the best Botanic Garden Walks or 3 fun evening activities to enjoy at Adelaide Botanic Garden this summer.


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