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An exhilarating evening with Cedar Lake
An exhilarating evening with Cedar Lake

ADELAIDE FESTIVAL REVIEW | Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet was formed in 2003 and its aim is to bring the world’s best choreographers to New York to devise exciting, modern ballet.

The dancers’ diverse ethnic backgrounds reflect the multicultural nature of modern life and they are equally comfort Full Story »

2015 Adelaide Festival hub
2015 Adelaide Festival hub

ADELAIDE FESTIVAL | The 2015 Adelaide Festival features 42 music, theatre, dance and visual arts events, and this hub is where you will find all InDaily’s Festival stories and reviews.

This year’s Adelaide Festival continues until March 15, with highlights including a concert of composer Danny E Full Story »

2015 Adelaide Fringe hub
2015 Adelaide Fringe hub

ADELAIDE FRINGE | This hub is where you will find all InDaily’s 2015 Adelaide Fringe interviews and reviews.

Over the four weeks of the Fringe (from February 13 to March 15), we’ll be covering the comedians, cabaret acts, circus shows, musicians, theatre, dance and special events making up the m Full Story »

What’s on in Adelaide
What’s on in Adelaide

WEEKEND PICKS | Fringe street theatre, WOMADelaide, the Adelaide Festival and the French Film Festival are just some of the entertainment offerings across this jam-packed Mad March long weekend.

You can also see the Bill Viola exhibition at tonight’s First Fridays after-hours event at the Art Gall Full Story »

Restaurant review: Fino Seppeltsfield
Restaurant review: Fino Seppeltsfield

RESTAURANT REVIEW | There were many dedicated customers of the original Fino at Willunga, 50km south of Adelaide, who wondered how owners Sharon Romeo and chef David Swain could possibly manage, at the same time, a sibling restaurant 80km north of the city and continue to provide the exceptional reg Full Story »

Penthouse Clipsal Party
Penthouse Clipsal Party

More than 500 guests, including Gabi Grecko and Geoffrey Edelston, attended the inaugural Penthouse Clipsal Party held on the lawns of a two-storey mansion overlooking the track during the recent Clipsal 500 Adelaide.

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Media Week: Stereotyping Adelaide
Media Week: Stereotyping Adelaide

Adelaide | In this week’s column, Adelaide stereotypes wear thin, InDaily boosts its team, we recall media coverage of Barlow and Chambers, and a lot more.

Fin Review doesn’t want Adelaide readers

It’s funny how the national business newspaper, the Australian Financial Review, spen Full Story »

Capacity crowd expected at WOMADelaide
Capacity crowd expected at WOMADelaide

WOMADELAIDE | A perfect weather forecast is expected to draw more than 80,000 world music fans to WOMADelaide this weekend, with headliners including Sinead O’Connor, Rufus Wainwright and the Buena Vista Social Club.

Festival director Ian Scobie says ticket sales for the four-day festival in Botan Full Story »

Mad about WOMAD: tips from a devotee
Mad about WOMAD: tips from a devotee

WOMADELAIDE | WOMADelaide – that glorious long weekend when the world of music and dance lands in Botanic Park and we all get to embrace our inner earth child.

This is the time of year when office clobber is replaced by favourite festival clothes that haven’t seen the light of day since last Mar Full Story »

Partners

Spinal procedure no longer such a pain in the back
Spinal procedure no longer such a pain in the back

Researchers at Flinders University’s Medical Device Partnering Program (MDPP) will design a new medical device that could change the way spinal surgeries are delivered.

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Daniel Connell: Xenosceptica 3
Daniel Connell: Xenosceptica 3

CONTENT SUPPLIED BY HAWKE CENTRE | Xenosceptica 3 is the next manifestation of visual artist Daniel Connell’s exploration of and challenges to notions of difference via the encounter generated by the hand-made portrait.

His work draws together a group of Tamil women who are working as migrant labo Full Story »

If there is a must-see attraction in Vietnam, this is it!
If there is a must-see attraction in Vietnam, this is it!

CONTENT SUPPLIED BY RAA | Conical hats aside, some the most recognisable images of Vietnam feature the limestone outcrops of Halong Bay. Around 1600 islands and towering rock pillars of various shapes and sizes make up this World Heritage listed marvel, which has also been included among the seven  Full Story »