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Playford Palace: Adelaide Fringe Festival

Playford Palace is back by popular demand in 2018 with one of Australia’s biggest comedy names to headline the Adelaide Fringe festival in the north. 

Comedian Peter Helliar will grace the Shedley Theatre stage for one night only on Saturday, 24 February and have the crowd in stitches with his comedic skills and killer punchlines.

This Fringe, Playford Palace will offer a three-day program jam-packed with free and affordable entertainment in its new location of the Prince George Plaza.

Bamboozled Productions has come on board to add to the festivities of the event with a pop-up venue, the Rastelli, offering free short performances in a variety of different genres, as well as roving entertainers and live music.

The official opening of Playford Palace is on Friday night, 23 February, and it runs through to Sunday, 25 February in Prince George Plaza, Playford Boulevard, Elizabeth.

Check out the full program details here:

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Devine Alls: Playford Palace


As part of Playford Palace, Devine Alls, a Divinyls Concept Band, is going to rock the Shedley Theatre.

Devine Alls is Adelaide's only band performing live in tribute to the classic Australian rock band, Divinyls and their late, great lead singer, Chrissy Amphlett. Formed in 2013 by a dedicated group of talented and experienced musicians inspired by their collective love of Divinyls' music. Devine Alls have taken Adelaide audiences by storm so far and they promise bigger and better things!.

Get your $20 tickets now at: or for more information call: 8256 0500.

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Peter Helliar Live: Playford Palace


As part of Adelaide Fringe's Playford Palace, this is your chance to see one of the biggest names in Australian comedy live on stage.

Pete first burst onto the Australian comedy scene as a cast member of Rove in the late 1990s. Since then there isn’t much he hasn’t done.

He’s hosted radio shows, made a feature film (I Love You Too, 2010) and created the AFL sensation Bryan Strauchan, Collingwood rookie and superstar.

He’s also gone on to create, write, co-produce and even direct a hit TV series for the ABC (It’s A Date and It’s A Date 2) and can be seen most nights of the week on your TV as full time co-host of Network Ten’s hugely successful The Project.

“brilliant comedic skills…killer punchlines” Herald Sun.

Get your $40 tickets NOW here:

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