Fringe Performers Dance-Off in Ebenezer Place
Adelaide Fringe performers Cultural Renegades flew in from around the country and shortly before their first show, met up with fashion stylists from boutiques in Rundle Street East and Ebenezer Place, to be dressed in some of their favourite labels. Not far from their performance venue in Adelaide’s buzzing East End, members of the hip-hop dance troupe were decked out in the latest new season collections from Flannel, Leonard St, Seafolly and Jack London. Despite their diverse backgrounds and wildly different styles, they could each find an outfit to suit!
In a spirited, spontaneous performance when they had all gathered to check out each other’s outfits, they clapped, sang and hip-hopped in the middle of Ebenezer Place. Upstairs office workers were drawn to the windows, boutique managers took out their phones, and passers-by, including comedian Dave Hughes, took a moment or three to check them out!
Meet Cultural Renegades, styled in some of Australia’s best known fashion labels, in Adelaide’s liveliest fashion and dining precinct.
Works in Electrical wiring for CNC machines
In 3 words: Energetic, Enthusiastic, Peaceful
“You don’t have to be great to start but you have to start to be great.”
In 3 words: Foodie, Bookworm, Caring
“Obstacles are opportunities.”
Receptionist & Admin
In 3 words: Random, Honest, Fun
High School Teacher
In 3 words: Positive, Caring, Energetic
In 3 words: Smooth, Suave, Soulful
“You are the average of those that surround you.”
aka Dazzle Dan
Graphic Designer, Videographer, Dad Joker
In 3 words: One, Two Three
“Do you ever feel like a plastic bag?”
Ian aka HOOD (Dance)
aka MelloDianMC (Emcee)
From VIC via WA
Dance mentor, Music Artist
In 3 words: Authentic, Love, Energy
“Treat yourself how you want others to treat you.”
Jack London x Yayo
In 3 words: Ultra Heath Ledge
Recognised as the most vibrant street scene in Adelaide, The Rundle Street East precinct includes Ebenezer place, home of the famed Ebenezer night markets, which will once again be taking place this Saturday night, 7 March.
You never know who you’ll spot or what you’re going to see. During the Adelaide Fringe Festival, the second largest in the world next to Edinburgh, there’s no better place to be or be seen.