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Our family is spread out across the country and across the world, and what better way to keep in touch than a collaborative digital journal?

Monday, 27 February 2006

The Fringe Festival

The Fringe began on Friday. We headed into the city after work to see what was going on.. there was a parade which ended at Rymill Park in the city, where there were tents and stalls and stuff going on. The Garden of Unearthly Delights was a collection of such tents and stalls, but it was fitted out in a fantastic carnivale style.. Cheryl took some photos with her phone, so i'll post them at the end of the message. While there we watched a trapeze artist, and saw a guy who, blindfolded, named specifics about objects people pulled out of their pockets. There was also street performers, and people walking around in costume for the fun of it. It was a great night.

Then Saturday evening we headed into the city with Josh for drinks (he's going to Korea and China on Wednesday) , and while at the Belgian Beer Cafe were offered complimentary tickets to see a comedian upstairs. So that was excellent too, although it meant by Sunday night we were pretty tired :)

On Thursday we're off to see Adam Hills, another comedian. And next weekend we'll probably have a bit more of a look around.. there's a lot of free entertainment and galleries and the like to see. And there's regular two for one specials to the paid shows, so hopefully we'll catch a few more acts before it's over.

Anyway, that's our news. Here's the photos from the Garden of Unearthly Delights.


  1. that looks ssoooo cool!!

  2. yeah, it does look cool..

    i've been collecting photos of carousels lately (okay, since the one in Coffs Harbour. I've only had a (free) ride on that one.. but i've taken photos of two others in Sydney.. and i'm going to take the one in Canberra sometime.. *grin* heheh..

    i'd like to go to the Adelaide Fringe... hmmm.. maybe next year..


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