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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YOUR GUIDE TO ADELAIDE FESTIVAL

YOUR GUIDE TO ADELAIDE FESTIVAL

ADELAIDE FESTIVAL 1 – 17 March For more than 58 years, Adelaide Festival has been delighting audiences with the very best in artistic excellence from international and local performers, musicians, artists and writers. The 2019 Adelaide Festival will be no exception,...

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REVIEW: 360 ALLSTARS

REVIEW: 360 ALLSTARS

REVIEW: 360 ALLSTARS The Moa at Gluttony – Showing until 17 March When a show has ‘allstars’ in the title, you really expect to see the best of the best—and the 360 Allstars does not disappoint. Dubbed an ‘urban circus’ by promoters, the show is a high-energy showcase...

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Jodie Stubbs in WOMAN: It’s a Mother of a Cabaret

Jodie Stubbs in WOMAN: It’s a Mother of a Cabaret

Jodie Stubbs in WOMAN: It’s a Mother of a Cabaret Tuesday 26 February to Sunday 3 March, 7:20pm Packing healthy home-made school lunches, reading bedtime stories, taking the kids to extra curricular activities, running your own business, attempting to work part time,...

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REVIEW: Arj Barker ‘We Need To Talk’

REVIEW: Arj Barker ‘We Need To Talk’

Arj Barker ‘We Need To Talk’ Adelaide Fringe, Arts Theatre, 21 Feb – 2 March Once a young, single, comedy hot-shot Arj Barker is now married and finding more and more of those random grey hairs. This leads him to change his tune in ‘We Need To Talk’. Crude sexual...

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Marawa Ibrahim ‘The Girls Guide’ Book Event at RCC Fringe

Marawa Ibrahim ‘The Girls Guide’ Book Event at RCC Fringe

Marawa Ibrahim ‘The Girls Guide’ Book Event Tuesday 19 February 6:00pm – 7:00pm Seven-times world record holder Marawa Ibrahim was once told she didn’t have what it takes to be a performer. Today, she holds world records for the most hoops spun by an individual and...

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Get Festive With Blip Art School’s Fringe Sock Puppets

Get Festive With Blip Art School’s Fringe Sock Puppets

FRINGE SOCK PUPPETS After a fun-filled night out at the Adelaide Fringe keep the fun going by creating a mini sock puppet show in your lounge room! You will need: • • • • • – Odd socks – A cardboard box – Craft glue – Stanley knife – Fabric, wool, craft foam or...

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YOUR GUIDE TO GLUTTONY

YOUR GUIDE TO GLUTTONY

YOUR GUIDE TO GLUTTONY 15 Feb – 17 Mar Gluttony celebrates its ninth Fringe in 2019 and boasts 160 shows that span the genres of cabaret, theatre, circus, magic, comedy, dance, music, spoken word and children’s entertainment. This season will be Gluttony’s biggest...

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YOUR GUIDE TO THE ADELAIDE FRINGE

YOUR GUIDE TO THE ADELAIDE FRINGE

YOUR GUIDE TO THE ADELAIDE FRINGE It’s the party that defines a city! Held across four weeks in February and March, Adelaide Fringe is the largest arts festival in the Southern Hemisphere. The 2019 Adelaide Fringe will feature 1326 events and more than 7000 artists...

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YOUR GUIDE TO THE GARDEN OF UNEARTHLY DELIGHTS

YOUR GUIDE TO THE GARDEN OF UNEARTHLY DELIGHTS

YOUR GUIDE TO THE GARDEN OF UNEARTHLY DELIGHTS 14 February – 17 March The Garden of Unearthly Delights is a unique festival playground including multiple performance venues, bars, carnival rides, an array of world foods, market stalls, and the most unexpected sideshow...

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Rebecca Morse: Festival + Family = Fun

Rebecca Morse: Festival + Family = Fun

Festival + Family = Fun Straight out of the eating, drinking and socialising haze of the Festive Season comes the eating, drinking and socialising haze of the Festival Season. Welcome ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, to Frantic February and Mad March, where I...

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MEET: Creative Ambassador Gavin Wanganeen

MEET: Creative Ambassador Gavin Wanganeen

Creative Ambassador Gavin Wanganeen  When you hear the name Gavin Wanganeen, you immediately think – Port Power legend. However, in addition to his many on-field accolades and legendary AFL status, Gavin is also father to 5 gorgeous children, Mia, Tex, Kitty, Lulu and...

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What You Need to Know About Fringe Opening Night

What You Need to Know About Fringe Opening Night

Let There Be Light on Opening Night! The opening night of the Adelaide Fringe will see our beloved River Torrens transform into an immersive cultural corridor to light up the faces of those young and old. Grab your picnic rugs and mozzie repellant and flock to the...

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