The 1996 Adelaide Fringe ran from 23 February – 17 March.
The 1996 poster was designed by Wayne Cunningham.
The focus of the Fringe, for the first time, was around the city’s East End. Right next to the East Parklands and only a short stroll from some of Adelaide’s most famous landmarks and tourist attractions.
The 1994 Adelaide Fringe was held from 18 February – 13 March.
The distinctive poster was designed by Mr Glen McClean, 31, a final-year design student at the University of South Australia. His design was chosen from 394 entries from throughout Australia in The Advertiser/Fringe poster competition. The official Adelaide Fringe Festival poster was unveiled in a splash-up affair which attracted such dubious characters as sporting guru H.G. Nelson and ‘comic terrorist” Rod Quantock.