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Is this last drinks for La Bohème?

Adelaide’s original small bar, La Bohème is launching one final attempt to get out of the crippling debt that’s mounted since Her Majesty’s Theatre closed a year ago.

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2019 Adelaide Fringe and Festival hub

Click here for all InDaily’s stories, reviews and photo galleries from the 2019 Adelaide Fringe, Adelaide Festival, WOMADelaide and Writers’ Week.


Film review: Stan & Ollie

Steve Coogan and John C Reilly channel Laurel and Hardy in Jon S Baird’s affectionate tribute to the iconic comedy duo’s final collaboration.


Gluttony launch

Around 500 guests were entertained by Annabel Crabb, the California Crooners and Hans at Adelaide Fringe hub Gluttony’s 2019 launch.


What’s next for Adelaide’s festivals?

After three decades working in the festival sector, Christie Anthoney reflects on the different measures of Adelaide’s success as a world-leading festival city and why it’s important it doesn’t rest on its laurels.



Cabaret Festival

Cabaret Festival to present Paul Capsis at his most raw and rock

“The band is loud, the band is raucous, so that’s where I’m at right now … I want to be the Mick Jagger of the cabaret world,” Paul Capsis says of his high-octane show revealed as part of Julia Zemiro’s first Adelaide Cabaret Festival.

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Elder Wing's new hang takes a fresh look at Australian art

The Art Gallery of SA’s historic Elder Wing has been given a fresh look and a radical rehang of Australian art that includes both previously unseen treasures and favourite master works presented in a new light.

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