Adelaide Fringe Festival reviews: That Daring Australian Girl, The Origin of Species: John Hinton’s Scientrilogy, Rouge

Reviews, Stage, Theatre |

That Daring Australian Girl Written and performed by Joanne Hartstone Holden Street Theatres Until March 18 5 stars Muriel Matters, the Adelaide-born suffragette, her name itself a slogan, was a most remarkable woman. Her progress from Parkside High School and the Music Conservatorium of the University of Adelaide to the performance stages and, even more

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Womadelaide’s Annette Tripodi has 365 days to hand pick 690 artists for the four day music fest

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Live, Music, News & Commentary |

As WOMADelaide prepares to open the gates of Adelaide’s Botanic Park from March 9-12, Murray Bramwell talks with Program Manager Annette Tripodi about the 2018 program. March is a brilliantly mad month in Adelaide. It is when the city is captured by the Festival and Writers’ Week, the ever-expanding Fringe, the Clipsal 500 Supercar race,

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Meeting Points: Scary Beauty and The End: Vocaloid Opera (OzAsia, Adelaide)

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Music, Opera, Reviews |

The program for OzAsia 2017, compiled by intrepid artistic director, Joseph Mitchell, will be remembered for a number of events: Singapore theatre company, Wild Rice’s assured and engaging play, Hotel, stylishly directed by Ivan Heng and Glen Goei; the captivating, absurdist realism of Kuro Tanino’s The Dark Inn; and, especially – the futuristic musical experiments

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OzAsia 2017 Opens up New Territory

Music, News & Commentary, Stage |

Murray Bramwell talks with OzAsia Artistic Director, Joseph Mitchell, about some highlights of this year’s program. The OzAsia festival which opens this Thursday is now in its 11th year. Initiated in 2006 by Adelaide Festival Centre CEO, Douglas Gautier, it has progressively consolidated its reputation as an adventurous and diverse event. It draws from all parts of

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

Reviews, Stage |

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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