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Frank's Survival Guide - Children's Show at Adelaide Fringe

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"How can a chicken be so brave? It really is an eggcellent story…" – Frank The Chicken.

Following a sell-out premiere season at the Melbourne Fringe Festival, 'Frank's Survival Guide" comes to the Adelaide for a strictly limited season.

Running Thursday to Sunday at the Garden of Unearthly Delights, this quirky puppet show is sure to be a hit with kids and their parents alike.

The 40-minute show features inspired direction from Nancy Black and is performed by award winning puppeteer Hamish Fletcher, who created the celebrated 'Hoot' from ABC's 'Giggle and Hoot'.

In this new show, Fletcher seamlessly blends hand-crafted puppets, animation and performance to create a funny and endearing show about fear, bravery and friendship.


Frank the Chicken may be funny and fearless now but he wasn't always like that. With a little help from his friends, a bit of luck and an amazing adventure this chicken became the mighty rooster you see today.
This entertaining production is accompanied by a brilliant soundtrack of Australian jazz compiled by Eamon McNealis.

Frank is one mighty chicken bound to win the hearts of you and your kids. If you or anyone you know is a little bit chicken you will love Frank's Survival Guide!

Tickets for Frank's Survival Guide are now on sale through the Adelaide Fringe website; click here to proceed with a booking.

For more information on this show, or other great events at the Adelaide Fringe, please visit the official website.

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When: Feb 14 - Mar 15: Thursdays to Sundays
Where: Garden of Unearthly Delights - Studio 7 Rundle Park / Kadlitpina Cnr East Tce & Rundle Rd Adelaide
Cost: $20 each or $60 family of 4
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If Frank's fun can foster strength with insecure kids, this production will be invaluable (and entertaining). I have a 5 year old friend that I would like to take to this.
by Jenny Rossiter (score: 3|3754) 1051 days ago
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