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This is the hub for all InDaily’s 2014 Adelaide Festival stories and reviews – including coverage of WOMADelaide and Adelaide Writers’ Week.

You’ll find links to preview stories about some of the top acts and events to help you decide what you might want to see during the Festival, from February 28 until March 16. During the two-week Festival, we will also be posting reviews of almost every show on the program.

Adelaide Festival

Composer/musician John Zorn

Composer/musician John Zorn


Isabella Rossellini’s Green Porno

Black Arm Band: dirtsong

Needles and Opium

Fight Night: The battle for votes

Windmill Theatre’s School Dance

Zorn in Oz: Masada Marathon

Continuum – Australian String Quartet

Unsound Adelaide – program 2

Near-record crowd at 2014 WOMADelaide

Unsound Adelaide: Snowtown Live

John Waters: This Filthy World Vol 2

Sadeh21 – Batsheva Dance Company

The Shadow King

Blackout – Stone/Castro



The Curious Scrapbook of Josephine Bean

2014 Adelaide Biennial

An Iliad

Windmill Theatre’s Girl Asleep

Keleman Quartet

Late Night in the Cathedral – program 1

River of Fundament

An Iliad

An Iliad

Kiss of the Chicken King

Roman Tragedies


Am I

The Seagull


Technical glitch halts Needles and Opium

Adelaide Festival on track for box office success

Skywhale launches in Barossa

An intoxicating new Needles and Opium

Girl Asleep. Photo: Tony Lewis

Girl Asleep. Photo: Tony Lewis

2014 Adelaide Festival line-up

Girl Asleep sheds light on teen psyche

Stone/Castro’s Blackout emerges from 9/11 turmoil

Tectonics: Redefining the orchestra

Writers’ Week: big books, big ideas

The Shadow King

Roman Tragedies

Fight Night

Dave Lombardo joins Festival line-up


Femi Kuti

Femi Kuti

Peter Garrett: My guitar kept me sane

Fado: the music of truth

Femi Kuti plays to his own Afrobeat

Fat Freddy’s soulful synthesis

The many passions of Billy Bragg

Tim Flannery joins Planet Talks

WOMADelaide announces 2014 line-up

WOMADelaide Taste the World

Recipe: Chicken & Chickpeas, from Sam Lee & Friends

Recipe: Brik Pastry Apple Pie with Armenian Brandy, Annabel Crabb

Writers_Week_2012_524_CrediAdelaide Writers’ Week

Review: What a Wonderful World (Marcus Chown)

Writers’ Week program: big books, big ideas

Pacific Highways: Griffith Review 43

Helen Dunmore: The Lie

David Vann: Goat Mountain

Paul Ham: 1914 – The Year the World Ended

Hannah Kent: Burial Rites

Philipp Meyer: The Son

Richard Flanagan: The Narrow Road to the Deep North

Tom Keneally: Shame and the Captives




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