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Orange is the New Black star bound for Adelaide Cabaret Festival

American singer and actor Lea DeLaria, best-known as inmate Big Boo on Netflix hit Orange is the New Black, will give Adelaide audiences a taste of her jazz talents when she swings into town for the Cabaret Festival.

Film Film

What are your top three Australian films?

Adelaide Film Festival has launched a national campaign asking people to nominate their top three Australian films – and for inspiration, it’s sharing the favourite films of industry identities including Hugo Weaving, George Miller, David Stratton and Margaret Pomeranz.

Festival

Festival

Festivals

96,000 flock to 2018 WOMADelaide

GALLERY: Around 96,000 people converged at WOMADelaide over the long weekend to see 70 acts including jazz musician Kamasi Washington, sitar player Anoushka Shankar, the mesmerising Manganiyar Seduction and controversial feather-filled aerial show Place des Anges.

Adelaide Festival

Adelaide Festival

Festival review: Freeze!

On face value, watching someone balance rocks doesn’t sound like a particularly enticing way to spend an hour, but within minutes Dutch performance artist Nick Steur will have you absolutely spellbound.

Adelaide Fringe

Adelaide Fringe reviews

See all InDaily’s 2018 Adelaide Fringe reviews here.

Adelaide Fringe

Adelaide Festival

Adelaide Biennial artists explore myriad worlds

Among the diverse artworks exploring Divided Worlds in the 2018 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art, the largest invites gallery visitors into a fantasy underworld – a maze-like structure celebrating Dungeons & Dragons.

WOMADelaide

Adelaide Festival

Festival review: 21 – Memories of Growing Up

It would be easy to spend many hours immersed in this absorbing video gallery which provides more than just a brief connection with the lives of strangers, writes Jo Vabolis.

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Cabaret Festival

Cabaret review: Very Strange Things

As intriguing as it can be to unravel the unexplained, it’s equally tempting to occasionally allow a little magic into our lives. Lawrence Leung’s Very Strange Things is a show for the mystery lover, the puzzle solver and those who fall somewhere in between.

Adelaide Fringe

Fringe review: Djuki Mala

The five accomplished dancers of Djuki Mala fuse traditional Yolngu dance with contemporary pop culture to create an hilarious, charming and high-energy mix that surpasses all expectations. ★★★★★

I Spy at Fringe

Cabaret Festival

Cabaret review: Lea DeLaria

With smooth jazz vocals, a fistful of Bowie songs and a truckload of f∗∗∗s, ‘bull dyke in a china shop’ Lea DeLaria blew the feathers and sequins right outa the Adelaide Cabaret Festival.

Cabaret Festival

Cabaret review: The Cat Empire

Cabaret Festival artistic director Ali McGregor predicted The Cat Empire would be “off-the-hook great”, and they did not disappoint – performing an ultra-cool show of pulsing rhythms and smooth beats that got everyone to their feet.

Adelaide Fringe

The story of Fleabag and the everyday woman

A one-woman stage comedy turned hit BBC TV series will make its Adelaide Fringe debut with a ‘horrific and incredibly charming anti-heroine’ taking centre-stage.

Adelaide Festival

Festival review: Hamlet

The Adelaide Festival continues its proud tradition of presenting new operas with Hamlet – a transfixing production that brings an invigorating modernity to Shakespeare’s famous tragedy, writes Greg Elliott.

Adelaide Fringe

At this Fringe event, no one can hear you scream

Taking place inside a pitch-black shipping container, Séance is a Fringe show for people who enjoy having the bejesus scared out of them. At one show, a woman climbed across the table in complete darkness to try to escape.