The Fringe takes over the town of Penneshaw, Kangaroo Island, on Tuesday February 20, with a range of entertainment to delight everyone

Dance like nobody's watching: The Dance Jungle Gym - learn your own contemporary dance moves in this interactive dance maze. Photo: Supplied.

Dance like nobody's watching: The Dance Jungle Gym - learn your own contemporary dance moves in this interactive dance maze. Photo: Supplied.

The Fringe takes over the town of Penneshaw on Tuesday February 20, with a range of entertainment to delight everyone from the youngest to the oldest in the family.

Kondoli: An inflatable storytelling space in the shape of a whale, catering for up to 50 children at a time. Photo: Supplied.

Kondoli: An inflatable storytelling space in the shape of a whale, catering for up to 50 children at a time. Photo: Supplied.

Penneshaw Oval will be abuzz with free entertainment with roving performers, food trucks, market stalls and activities for the kids.

An outdoor stage will feature a range of performances from local and mainlander acts including members of the Kangaroo Island Dance School, local jazz musician, Madava, and band Ewe Calyptus.

For kids of all ages, there is the Dance Jungle Gym – children and adults alike are invited to learn their own contemporary dance moves in this interactive dance maze, created by award-winning South Australian choreographer, Larissa McGowan.

Charolais: Deep jealousies will emerge. Photo: Supplied.

Charolais: Deep jealousies will emerge. Photo: Supplied.

By following the audio instructions, they’ll be lead through the ‘gym’ and will come out the other side with moves of their own.

Kondoli is a magnificent, inflatable storytelling space in the shape of a whale, catering for up to 50 children.

The Penneshaw Hall next door to the Oval will feature two ticketed shows that are selling out quickly - Mother’s Ruin: a Cabaret about Gin (ticket includes a gin cocktail from Kangaroo Island Spirits) and the dark comedy, Charolais, which comes all the way from Ireland.

The free entertainment at the Oval will be on between 10am-2pm and from 5-9pm. BYO chairs, please.

Timetable:

10am: Fringe Opening, MC Goran Nataskavich.

10.15am: Mother’s Ruin (sneak peek).

10.30am: W. Boone Law (KI Americana singer songwriter).

11.15am: John Bancan and Sherilee Binsted (KI Dance School).

11.30am: Charolais (sneak peek).

11.45am: Tristan Simon (KI musician)

12.00: Mother’s Ruin

12.15pm: John Bancan and Sherilee Binsted (KI Dance School).

12.30pm: Angus Guild (KI musician).

1.15pm: Banjo and Songstress Molly.

1.45pm: Morning Fringe wraps up, MC Goran Nataskavich.

5.00pm: Fringe Opening, MC Goran Nataskavich.

5.15pm: Charolais (sneak peek).

5.30pm: Ewe Calyptus (band).

6.00pm: Charolais (in hall) and Banjo and Songstress Molly (outdoors).

6.30pm: Angus Guild (KI musician).

7.15pm: John Bancan and Sherilee Binsted (KI Dance School).

7.30pm: Madava (KI musician).

8.00pm: Mother’s Ruin (in hall), W. Boone Law (KI Americana singer songwriter).

8.45pm: Fringe wraps up, MC Goran Nataskavich.

Roving performers: Emma Knight Productions Pirates of Penzance and more.