After a challenging year of very few entertainment events due to COVID-19 restrictions, prepare to see Murray Bridge come alive for the annual Fringe.
Music, comedy, dance, cabaret, family-friendly, and interactive shows all feature in the program, which Rural City of Murray Bridge events coordinator Matthew Miles is excited about.
"I think what I'm most excited about is being able to bring the Fringe back, despite the challenges of COVID," Mr Miles said.
He said since its inception two years ago, the Murray Bridge Fringe has been embraced by the community.
"It gives the town a taste of the arts, making it more accessible by bringing acts to Murray Bridge," he said.
Friday, February 26
Amazing Drumming Monkeys: Children's event/Puppetry. 4.30pm, Murray Bridge Town Hall (The Hall), Murray Bridge
Helpless - The Songs Of Neil Young: Music/Rock. 8pm, The Hall, Murray Bridge
Saturday, February 27
Disney Delights: Music/Musical Theatre. 11am, The Hall, Murray Bridge
First Nations Voices: Music/World Music. 1.30pm, The Hall, Murray Bridge
Kevin Kropinyeri Goes Talkabout: Comedy. 3.30pm, The Hall, Murray Bridge
Murray Bridge Fringe: Events/Performance. 5.30pm-9pm, Sixth Street, Murray Bridge
WEREWOLVES: Interactive/Gaming. 6.30pm, 8.30pm, The Attic at The Hall, Murray Bridge
Get Back - A Night of The Beatles:Cabaret/Music. 8.30pm, The Hall, Murray Bridge
Sunday, February 28
Big Tops and Tiny Tots Circus Show: Children's Events/Circus. 10am, The Hall, Murray Bridge
The Great British Pub Singalong: Music/Cabaret. 3.30pm, The Hall, Murray Bridge
Frolic and Follies: Dance/Cabaret. 6pm, The Hall, Murray Bridge