Royal Croquet Club
Attracting over 250,000 people every year, the Royal Croquet Club is one of the hottest destinations at Adelaide Fringe. Between 2015 and 2018, Bamboozled Productions curated & co-produced the RCC Fringe Program with Sasha Zahra, with their first program increasing ticket sales from 9,000 in 2014 to 75,000 in 2015. Their stellar program with over 40 international hit shows was voted Adelaide Fringe’s best venue program (The Guardian UK), while their 2017 program achieved the highest number of awards of all Fringe venues in that year.
In 2018 we curated and delivered our fourth RCC Fringe performances program with over 30 shows in 6 venues, and more than 200 artists involved over the 32 day festival.
Bamboozled Productions with co-program director Sasha Zahra, heads up a team of event professionals including producers and publicists, technical and production managers and operators, venue managers and front of house crew.
We also work with design and print agencies to create stunning festival brochures and targeting marketing campaigns to attract record audiences.
Bamboozled Productions also presented works in the program including Post-post-modern-diva, Meow Meow, Best Music Award winning Adam Page, and worldwide theatre sensation White Rabbit Red Rabbit.
Your hard work makes the Adelaide Fringe the eclectic mix of comedy, cabaret, drama, music, visual arts, dance and circus events, which makes it such a success.
Jack Snelling, M.P. Minister of the Arts, SA, 2014 - 2017.
As one of the founding programmers of the Royal Croquet Club (RCC), Louise Clarke and Bamboozled Productions have been instrumental in the development and rapid growth of the event. Growing the event from 76,000 attendees in its inaugural year to over 230,000 attendees in 2017, along with over 70,000 tickets being sold to the award winning program. Hailed as one of the most interesting and unique programs of recent times, Louise and her team can take credit for many of the accolades RCC received and her impeccable support for the arts.
Stuart Duckworth, Director, Royal Croquet Club