Gluttony 2013
Gluttony 2013


Venue Information

Gluttony is set in the beautiful surrounds of Rymill Park. We have been around since 2011 and 2016 was our best year to date. We are excited to be back in 2017 with a beautiful array of venues including the premiere of Spiegel Zelt, a mini-sized baby spiegeltent and one of the oldest in the world, the return of our headline venue the 400 seat Octagon, as well as the return of some of our favourite venues.

Eight performance venues – The Octagon, The Peacock, The Empyrean, Spiegel Zelt, The Speakeasy, The Bally, La Petite Grande and The Piglet - are nestled within Gluttony’s leafy bounds, ranging from the large and lively to the intimate and atmospheric.

Despite the construction work going on down in the East End Gluttony will return to it’s usual home on the corner of East Terrace and Rundle Street.

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.

Meet, watch, listen, dance, laugh, think, play, lounge, chat… or just get carried away by Gluttony’s relaxed and quirky vibe.



When it comes to shows, Gluttony is putting on quite a spread, with more than 108 acts this year. Satisfy your hunger for theatre, cabaret, circus, magic, dance, visual arts, children’s entertainment and comedy – Gluttony’s got something for all tastes, from weekend shows for the whole family to late night laughs. Check out the show listings here.

You can hit the d-floor every Friday and Saturday night from 9pm in Gluttony’s Silent Disco – just chuck on some headphones, grab a drink from the disco’s bar and take your pick from three channels of music, one mixed live by a DJ. Sunday afternoons from 1pm sees the Silent Disco become a little more family-friendly, with kids’ tunes, cheesy pop and a more grown-up selection. Our Silent Disco was featured in the film 52 Tuesdays, and we think that’s pretty cool, just quietly.


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Gluttony runs for the full Fringe season, from Friday 17 February until Sunday 19 March for shows with a soft opening on February 16.

The venue is open from 11am Saturdays and Sundays (and Monday 13 March) from 3pm Fridays, and from 4.30pm Tuesday-Thursday, until late every night.



No need to raid the piggy bank to come in – entry is free.

Presale show tickets through Adelaide Fringe –

Limited tickets on the door, subject to availability.