After its last party in Adelaide’s Victoria Square, the Royal Croquet Club is moving on to a new venue.
Set up on the riverbank at Pinky Flat, between the footbridge and Montefiore Road, the new Royal Croquet Club will be home to a packed schedule. We’re talking 35 international and Australian Fringe shows, as well as a late night music program.
Highlights include the Australian debut of Filament, an LA-based circus inspired by ’80s films like The Breakfast Club, Sixteen Candles. The event will also deliver 360 Allstars, an urban circus show starring World Champion BMX Flatlander, Peter Sore.
It’s all going down from Thursday February 16 - Sunday March 19. View the full performance program here.