Adelaide Fringe gives artists across the country and around the globe to show off their talent or exhibition and participate in Australia’s largest art and cultural event. Talent is displayed in art forms spanning cabaret, comedy, circus, dance, film, theatre, music, visual art and design. The Fringe gives Adelaide a carnival atmosphere that engulfs the entire city and it is nearly impossible not to get caught up in.
Neither creative nor artistic, Store UR Stuff wanted to be apart of the fun and found a great organisation to support.
Dulcies Shop of Real Opoportunity
Dulcies is a vintage clothing and accessories shop on wheels. An old bus has been refitted and decorated by Torrens Transit and The Rotary Club of Campbelltown into a mobile op shop and is jam packed full of the fashion gems of the past that have been hand picked and chosen. A joint project with The Hutt Street Centre and Centacare Catholic Family Services all proceeds help provide services and support to people facing disadvantage and homelessness in Adelaide. The bus is named in honor of a lady who has already captured the imagination of lovers of all things vintage and who is the chief volunteer of the iconic Hutt Street Op Shop for close to 30 years, Dulcie Boag.
Where is Dulcies?
This travelling vintage time capsuale is appearing every night of the week at the Garden of Unearthly Delights
How can I support them?
By heading on down to the Garden and purchasing your next fashion piece at Dulcies. You will need to hurry as they are appearing in in the Garden until the end of Fringe which is the 15th of March. However, Dulcie does get around so make sure you check out their facebook page https://www.facebook.com/DulciesBus to see where they will be appearing next