Fringe on the Fleurieu

The Fleurieu Peninsula will be treated to 12 Adelaide Fringe Festival-linked events during February and March.

Victor Harbor, Goolwa and Yankalilla will all host events at various venues.

The first is at Signal Point Gallery in Goolwa, where Peter McLachlan's solo art exhibition 'Casting Shadows' will be on display from Friday, February 19.

This exhibition showcases recent works inspired by a love of the outdoors and capturing spirit of place, story telling, wonderment and isolation.

The free Fringe at Victor Harbor will run over two days, February 27 and 28, in the Mainstreet Precinct.

There will be local food, wine, entertainment and special activities for the whole family to enjoy.

On Friday, March 5, LA Dreaming will be performed at Grand Central (The GC) at Victor Harbor Town Hall from 9pm.

The 70-minute show will see the cream of Adelaide's music scene playing music from LA's greatest artists.

My Leonard Cohen will be performed at The GC twice, at 7pm on March 5 and 6.

Fringe favourite Stewart D'Arrietta and his band perform favourite Leonard Cohen works during the 70-minute show.

Amelia Ryan and Libby O'Donovan: UNSUNG sees the dynamic duo performing music by Australia's pop and rock divas.

This show is at The GC at 2.30pm on Saturday, March 6.

Neil Young fans can head to The GC at 9pm on Saturday, March 6 as HELPLESS pays homage to some of the great man's most celebrated songs.

At the Drive-In Theatre at the Yankalilla Showgrounds, Traffic by Lewis Major will draw in crowds at 6.30pm and 8.15pm on March 6 and 7.

It is a 25-minute performance featuring eight SA dancers, accompanied by an original live score played by local rock band, Indiago.

The Goolwa Caravan will be set up at Goolwa Wharf from 10.30am on Sunday, March 7, showcasing a variety of comedic and physical theatre acts.

This is a returning event after proving popular last year.

The GC will host three music events on Sunday, March 7: The Beggars Sing The Seekers at 4pm, My Joe Cocker by Stewart D'Arrietta and his band at 6pm, and The Bald Eagles Back on Tour at 8pm.

At Goolwa's Centenary Hall, people can see That Boy at 7.30pm on Sunday, March 7.

That Boy is a 70-minute theatre production that tells a darkly satirical, beautiful, raw, human story of one mother's fight to break the cycle of inherited behaviour and save her son.

For more information about each show and how to buy tickets, visit www.adelaidefringe.com.au and search for the event you are interested in.