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In a miserable year, the Adelaide Festival brought us joy

The 2017 Adelaide Festival program was a beautifully crafted object d’art, offering a blaze of hope against a dismal horizon, write Flinders University's Julian Meyrick and William Peterson.

Adelaide Festival

Review: Gravity and Other Myths' Backbone

Forget sequins, glitter and extravagant costumes, this is circus as you've never seen it before, pushed to its conceptual and cerebral limits.

Adelaide Festival & WOMADelaide

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Review: Gala

Gala is not a typical international dance company performance that we watch with wonder and admiration, but rather a celebration of the joy of dance - an appreciation of the sense of belonging found only in communal movement.

Adelaide Fringe

Review: Kid / Dub Time Machine

It’s time to put on your dancing shoes, kids, and bust a move. ★★★★

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Festivals I Spy


Almost 90,000 celebrate WOMADelaide's 25th anniversary

GALLERY: Changeable weather may have contributed to a slight drop in numbers at WOMADelaide this year, but almost 90,000 people still gathered in Botanic Park to see more than 400 artists over the long weekend.

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Arts & Culture CityMag

Dance brings life to Rodin's frozen moments

Adelaide-based Australian Dance Theatre has created a dance work to complement – and combat – the Art Gallery of SA’s new sculpture exhibition, Versus Rodin.

Adelaide Fringe

Review: Blanc de Blanc

You may think you’ve seen it all when it comes to Fringe cabaret. Turns out, you haven’t. ★★★★★