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Alison Flett

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Alison Flett is originally from Scotland, where she published three collections of poetry. She has performed her work on national television and radio and at literary festivals in Britain, Europe and Australia. She is an arts reviewer for InDaily, poetry editor for Transnational Literature and publisher at Little Windows Press.

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Thirty-eight dancers from 14 African nations have been brought together for 'The Rite of Spring', playing at Her Majesty's Theatre as part of the Adelaide Festival. Photo: Andrew Beveridge
Adelaide Festival

Adelaide Festival review: The Rite of Spring / common ground[s]

The Pina Bausch Foundation, École des Sables and Sadler’s Wells do the impossible, transcending phenomenally high expectations to bring together old and new in two deeply immersive works of gut-wrenching beauty and genius.

Adelaide Fringe

Fringe review: I Want to Touch You

Imagine gasp-inducing acrobatics combined with contemporary dance combined with the warm, fuzzy feeling of a hug. There you have I Want to Touch You, the returning Fringe show from Adelaide-based circus giants Gravity & Other Myths. ★★★★