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Freeze: this rock show is a fine balancing act

Dutch performance artist Nick Steur will present a different kind of rock show at the Adelaide Festival – creating seemingly impossible sculptures from precariously balanced pieces of stone in front of a live audience.

Adelaide Festival

Stalin’s Piano: Scoring speeches ripe for song

Australian composer Robert Davidson’s musical work Stalin's Piano will re-contextualise famous speeches – including Julia Gillard’s ‘misogyny speech’ – for the Adelaide Festival.

Adelaide Fringe

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Rouge premiere

Guests were invited to Adelaide Fringe hub Gluttony to celebrate the premiere of new ‘adult circus’ and cabaret show ‘Rouge’.

Adelaide Fringe

Adelaide Fringe reviews

See all InDaily's 2018 Adelaide Fringe reviews here.

Adelaide Festival


'Fresh New Prince' Baker Boy is ready to rap at WOMADelaide

Emerging Indigenous rapper Baker Boy, AKA the “Fresh New Prince of Arnhem Land”, is hoping to make the audience “go crazy” at WOMADelaide after a whirlwind year on the national stage.


Adelaide Fringe

Wet Sounds: Swimwear compulsory, goggles recommended

“Audience must know how to swim,” states the program listing for Wet Sounds. It’s an unusual requirement for a Fringe event, but this is an unusual show - a sound experience that transforms a public pool into an art space.

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