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REVIEW: LYON OPERA BALLET, ADELAIDE FESTIVAL

REVIEW: LYON OPERA BALLET, ADELAIDE FESTIVAL

Lyon Opera Ballet, Trois Grandes Fugues, Adelaide Festival Theatre, 6-7 March 2020 Adelaide Festival Confronting at times, but also exhilarating in its sheer energy and technical accomplishment, Lyon Opera Ballet’s Trois Grandes Fugues (Three Grand Fugues) was...

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LAUGH UNTIL YOUR SIDES HURT AT FRINGE AT FLINDERS

LAUGH UNTIL YOUR SIDES HURT AT FRINGE AT FLINDERS

FRINGE AT FLINDERS   Laugh until your sides hurt at Fringe at Flinders Saturday, 14 March from 3pm-10pm at Flinders University, Bedford Park Comedians, Arj Baker and Peter Helliar are headlining this year’s Fringe at Flinders, along with a jam-packed line up of...

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REVIEW: THE LIGHTHOUSE @ADELAIDE FESTIVAL

REVIEW: THE LIGHTHOUSE @ADELAIDE FESTIVAL

REVIEW: THE LIGHTHOUSE By Charlotte Chambers  Adelaide Festival - 25 Feb - 7 Mar Head out from the light and into the darkness in a magical exploration of Immersive sound, light and music presented by South Australia’s Patch Theatre and directed by Geoff Cobham....

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FRINGE REVIEW: VELEVT REWIRED

FRINGE REVIEW: VELEVT REWIRED

REVIEW: Velvet Rewired By Kate Younie  Location: Magic Mirrors, Spiegeltent, Gluttony Playing until 15 March Cost: $51 - $83 Disco balls, sequins, hula-hoops and hoop earrings all set the scene for a night of soul tunes in this high energy, award winning, feel good...

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THE LIGHTHOUSE PREMIERS AT ADELAIDE FESTIVAL

THE LIGHTHOUSE PREMIERS AT ADELAIDE FESTIVAL

THE LIGHTHOUSE PREMIERS AT ADELAIDE FESTIVAL 25 Feb - 7 Mar season  Patch Theatre and Adelaide Festival have joined forces to premiere a brand new show, The Lighthouse. Take your family on an intimate journey that's part installation, part scientific quest, part rave....

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REVIEW: WERK IT BY LIV WILLIAMS

REVIEW: WERK IT BY LIV WILLIAMS

Werk it – Adelaide Fringe By Liv Williams 14 FEB – 15 MAR | CORONA THEATRE – Garden of unearthly delights The best way for me to describe the late-night circus production Werk it, currently showing at the Adelaide Fringe, is to say... it’s kind of like the most...

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YOUR KIDDO FESTIVAL GUIDE TO WOMAD

YOUR KIDDO FESTIVAL GUIDE TO WOMAD

WOMADelaide 6 - 9 March WOMADelaide is a four-day festival of Music, Arts and Dance celebrating cultural and creative diversity held since 1992 in Adelaide’s beautiful Botanic Park. The festival has become a truly unique part of the Australian festival landscape,...

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YOUR KIDDO FESTIVAL GUIDE TO THE GARDEN

YOUR KIDDO FESTIVAL GUIDE TO THE GARDEN

The Garden Of Unearthly Delights February 13 - March 15 The Garden of Unearthly Delights is the family-friendly hub of festival season, with plenty of shows for all ages. Under the shade of the gumtrees in Rundle Park, there’s green grass for the family to picnic and...

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YOUR KIDDO FESTIVAL GUIDE TO THE ADELAIDE FESTIVAL

YOUR KIDDO FESTIVAL GUIDE TO THE ADELAIDE FESTIVAL

Adelaide Festival 28 Feb - 15 March For 60 years, Adelaide Festival has been delighting audiences with the very best in artistic excellence from international and local performers, musicians, artists and writers. The 2020 Adelaide Festival will be no exception, with a...

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WHAT’S COOKING AT GLUTTONY

WHAT’S COOKING AT GLUTTONY

HERE'S WHAT'S COOKING AT GLUTTONY 14th February – 15th March 2020 There will be something to satisfy every kind of rumbly tummy at this year's Gluttony! The vibrant, popular outdoor venue hub for the Adelaide Fringe, is back and bigger than ever before. Gluttony will...

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DON’T MESS WITH THE DUMMIES THIS FRINGE

DON’T MESS WITH THE DUMMIES THIS FRINGE

DON'T MESS WITH THE DUMMIES THIS FRINGE Hey Kiddos! Were you lucky enough to see Splash Test Dummies at last year's Fringe? Or were you one of the dummies who missed out? Well get ready to rumble in the jungle, because The Dummies are on a new expedition and you're...

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MARCH TO THE BEAT OF THE BRASS MONKEY’S DRUM THIS FRINGE

MARCH TO THE BEAT OF THE BRASS MONKEY’S DRUM THIS FRINGE

The Brass Monkeys are Coming to the Garden!  February 14 - March 13 If you gasped and giggled at last year's "Children are Stinky" show then you better prepare yourself, because the creators are BACK and bringing an all new, action-packed, super exciting circus...

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STIRLING FRINGE IS RETURNING FOR ANOTHER FAMILY AFFAIR

STIRLING FRINGE IS RETURNING FOR ANOTHER FAMILY AFFAIR

The Stirling Fringe is back for its 4th year with a brand-new venue. Bamboozled Productions is proud to be bringing back the Stirling Fringe for 2020, which will feature fabulous performers from around the world, interstate and of course locally. The boutique event is...

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WOMADELAIDE ANNOUNCES FIRST 20 ACTS FOR 2020 FESTIVAL

WOMADELAIDE ANNOUNCES FIRST 20 ACTS FOR 2020 FESTIVAL

The wait is over for the WOMADelaide faithful, as the first 20 groups are announced for the 2020 festival, to be presented over 6-9 March 2020 in the picturesque surrounds of Adelaide’s Botanic Park. Leading the first announcement is living musical legend, civil...

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Pete Helliar Brings Frankie Fish to WOMAD

Pete Helliar Brings Frankie Fish to WOMAD

Pete Helliar brings Frankie Fish to WOMAD There’s not much that the loveable funnyman Peter Helliar hasn’t done. As one of Australia’s favourite comedians, as well as TV series creator, director and star, regular co-host of The Project, touring stand-up comic, husband...

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REVIEW: The Magic Flute

REVIEW: The Magic Flute

REVIEW: The Magic Flute March 1 – 3, Adelaide Festival Theatre. In The Magic Flute, Australian opera director Barrie Kosky presents a striking interpretation of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s classic opera in collaboration with the German Komische Oper Berlin and live...

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The Family Program That Encourages Children to DreamBIG!

The Family Program That Encourages Children to DreamBIG!

The Family Program That Encourages Children to DreamBIG! The full family program for the upcoming DreamBIG Children’s Festival promises days of thoughtful and awe-inspiring entertainment. The fun and thought-provoking lineup features 350 artists and is jam packed with...

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REVIEW: Baba-Yaga

REVIEW: Baba-Yaga

REVIEW: Baba-Yaga Baba-Yaga, in Russian folklore, is a supernatural witch who lives on the edge of a forest. In Windmill Theatre’s new production, she is the riotous, hyper-colour resident of the “Poultry Park Apartments” penthouse. We open on the bleak 1984-esque...

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