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The Collins Bar Soap event
The Collins Bar Soap event

Guests sipped on mixologist Grant Collins’ latest creation Rubber Ducky at The Collins Bar before attending popular Fringe show Soap in a special event partnership last week.

 

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SmallWaR confronts brutality of battle
SmallWaR confronts brutality of battle

ADELAIDE FESTIVAL REVIEW | In its Australian premiere, SmallWaR takes audiences on a haunting journey which explores the emotional and physical effects of war as experienced by those on the front line as well as loved ones left behind.

Set in 1914 in a field dressing station, the play features write 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 »

Bree May’s Argentinian alpaca tacos
Bree May’s Argentinian alpaca tacos

RECIPE | Low in fat and high in both protein and flavour, alpaca meat is a new favourite ingredient of 2014 My Kitchen Rules winner and food blogger Bree May.

May impressed an intrigued crowd with her cooking demonstration of Argentinian alpaca tacos at the recent Cellar Door Wine Festival and shar Full Story »

Wattle Park
Wattle Park

This huge two-storey house boasts a swimming pool and modern fittings. The five-bedroom home has a formal entrance, a spacious open-plan family living area with a stone fireplace, and beautiful timber floors. Other features include a zoned, ducted reverse-cycle air-conditioning system, a 25,000-l Full Story »

Framing a modern masterpiece
Framing a modern masterpiece

This house draws you in, like the perfect frame on an artwork.

The striking western red cedar dominating its façade is just a hint at the blend of modern Australian architecture, 1950s Californian style and Japanese tranquility beyond.

“In amongst a lot of two-storey typical new houses, bui Full Story »

Closing the gap between art and life
Closing the gap between art and life

Comment | What is the role of the artist in the twenty-first century? Recent months have seen artists front and centre of national and international debates about human rights, capital punishment, freedom of speech and censorship. Artists haven’t carried this much weight for some time.

It seems th Full Story »

Trash: crazy hijinks for all the family
Trash: crazy hijinks for all the family

ADELAIDE FRINGE REVIEW | Two men in blue dust coats and one pile of trash equals a load of fun for pretty much everyone.

Chris Peters (UK) and K-Bow (Japan) have a 12-year history of sold-out shows in Canada and Tokyo, plus multiple awards. Performing as Funny Bones, this is the first time they’ve Full Story »

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Social media makes cultural icons a target for terror
Social media makes cultural icons a target for terror

Recent postings on social media of the destruction of 3,000 year-old Assyrian sculptures by ISIS highlights a new threat to cultural heritage in times of conflict.

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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 »

Insurance – keeping it relevant
Insurance – keeping it relevant

CONTENT SUPPLIED BY RAA | So your car, home and contents are insured and have been for years. But have you been lulled into a false sense of security by the mere fact that you pay your premium every year? When did you last check that your insurance coverage still meets your needs and provides adequa Full Story »