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Adelaide Cabaret Festival Closing Gala: Songs of Love and Revolution review

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The Adelaide Cabaret Festival always begins, and concludes, with a Variety Gala. It has been a feature of the event since it began 17 years ago and it highlights one of the Festival’s most endearing aspects — which is that, temporarily at least, it creates a community of artists. This is much remarked upon by internationals and out-of-towners.

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The Best of the Adelaide Fringe (so far) # 2

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Fauna, Ukiyo, Royal Croquet Club FOUR stars The creatures in Fauna have come from a variety of circus habitats. Matt Basquet has a background in martial arts and acro/movement. Imogen Huzel, also from the UK but based in Stockholm, has links with the Belgian Poive Rose company; Finnish trapeze artiste, Enni Maria Lymi works with NoFit

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Penny Arcade — older, wiser, longer — and as thoughtful as ever (Adelaide Fringe and touring east coast)

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Penny Arcade, aka Susana Ventura, has an impeccable New York CV. She performed in Warhol/Morrisey films, she hung out as a teenager at Max’s Kansas City. She was there at Stonewall and in the terrible AIDS epidemic in the ’80s and ’90s. Last time she visited Adelaide as part of the 1994 Adelaide Festival, she

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Adelaide festival(s) in review

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It is only 16 days into the month and already Adelaide’s “Mad March” is over. Admittedly, the Fringe began on February 13, but the intensity and simultaneity  of the various major events — Fringe, Clipsal 500, Adelaide Cup and, of course, the original March event, the Adelaide Festival — in just a fortnight, is both exhilarating and, perhaps, problematic.

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