If you love wine, you will love these 3 shows about wine at Adelaide Fringe 2021. Find out about them below. There are shows about wine travels, how to drink wine and wine science.
We have also written about shows with French links at Adelaide Fringe 2021 – read that article here.
How to drink wine like a wanker
Bar at Treasury 1860: Saturdays and Sundays at 4pm throughout the Adelaide Fringe 2021 with extra shows at 6pm on 14 and 21 March 2021.
PRICES: $18 – $25, with discounts for concession and Bank SA cardholders
Occasionally emotional and mostly ridiculous, HTDWLAW is a delightful story involving a fabulous flight of SA wines* & 12 months of sobering self-discovery. Follow one woman’s accidental journey from shallow wine novice to full-blown wanker; a little rudimentary knowledge to accompany her game face and voila, she became so much more! Part performance, part story-telling, part wine tasting; a full-bodied narrative, with a moreish finish – don’t miss the return season of this critically acclaimed, sell out show!
The Wine Bluffs: Decanted
The Chamber at THE QUEENS
Thu 11 Mar – Fri 12 Mar: 9:30pm; Sat 13 Mar: 4:15pm; Sun 14 Mar: 8:15pm; Thu 18 Mar: 7:45pm; Fri 19 Mar: 9:30pm; Sat 20 Mar: 4:15pm; Sun 21 Mar: 6:30pm
PRICES: Adults $28- $40; Premium seating $35 – $50 and discounts for concession and Bank SA Cardholders
Another show about wine is The Wine Bluffs: Decanted. On the cusp of vino domination, The Wine Bluffs (Damian Callinan & Paul Calleja) become trapped in pandemic besieged Eastern Europe. To get home, the sommeliers of premium reserve laughs, must country hop their way through the old wine world. Finally repatriated, they’re back to restore their empire & “lovingly lampoon wine snobbery” (ArtsHub).
The Wine Science Show: Second Vintage
The Sky Room @ The Griffins Hotel
Tue 23 Feb – Sun 28 Feb: 7:30pm
Tue 2 Mar – Sun 7 Mar: 7:30pm
PRICES: $17 – $22, concession $18, child $13, discounts for family tickets, Bank SA Cardholders and midweek treat tickets
Luke Morris is back with another wine history tale.
This year will feature identity theft, pollination, Durif, lies, truths, and the greatest red wine ever produced. It’ll be fun. Come have a drink.
Adelaide Fringe 2021 info:
Full program: www.adelaidefringe.com.au
Dates: Friday 19 February to Sunday 21 March
Are you going to any shows about wine at Adelaide Fringe 2021? What shows are you seeing at Adelaide Fringe?
For other activities on in February in Adelaide, online and around Australia, take a look at our What’s on in February article.