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Fifty years after the killing of Dr George Duncan spurred a tragic but galvanising moment for gay rights in South Australia, a musical tribute premiering at Adelaide Festival seeks to memorialise the man – and maintain the rage.
The Adelaide Symphony Orchestra’s al fresco festival ended with a crowd-pleasing, impeccably-produced screening of some of the world’s greatest nature cinematography, accompanied by an epic live soundtrack.
Planning for this year’s Mad March events remains on track despite the constantly evolving COVID situation, with both the Adelaide Festival and Fringe reporting strong ticket sales, and the 2022 Fringe official guide hitting the streets today.
Perennial favourites The Cat Empire will perform their final-ever South Australian show with their current line-up at next year’s WOMADelaide, with other acts announced today for the 2022 festival including hip-hop outfit AB Original and a number of international musicians.
Paul Kelly, Courtney Barnett and Baker Boy lead the first line-up of 30 artists announced for WOMADelaide’s 30th anniversary festival in Botanic Park in 2022.
The Adelaide Cabaret Festival has revealed a taste of next year’s line-up, including a Variety Gala that will be held in March – ahead of the full winter festival – and an intimate evening of song and storytelling headlined by new artistic director Tina Arena.
The ancient Javanese art of shadow-play meets the modern world head on in Perahu-Perahu, a captivating exploration of humanity’s relationship with the ocean and the rich seafaring history linking Indonesia and Australia.
Adelaide Festival has unveiled a 2022 program featuring Australian and international artists in more than 70 events, including a free opening night acrobatics and music ‘extravaganza’ at the Oval, Patricia Piccinini’s soaring Skywhales, a major dance work performed by 38 dancers from 14 African nations, and an oratorio about the 1972 murder of law lecturer George Duncan.
Audiences are invited into the homes of strangers to hear their stories in this intimate OzAsia experience. Our reviewer was hosted by entrepreneur and former lady mayoress of Adelaide Genevieve Haese.
OzAsia Festival opens this week with a program of events encompassing moon lanterns, stand-up comedy, live music, biting satire, intimate encounters and culinary secrets. Here are eight highlights to whet your appetite.
Adelaide’s annual queer arts and culture festival will cast a rainbow over the city next month, with more than 90 shows, talks, walks, community events and parties.
Indigenous artist Mali Isabel has become the youngest ever winner of the Adelaide Fringe poster design competition with a rainbow-coloured magical landscape inspired by the CBD and its key locations.
When Context Writers Festival held its inaugural program in 2019, it explored a different speed of literary festival grounded in intimacy, accessibility and complicated questions. The festival returns next month with Ngarrindjeri, Kaurna and Italian poet Dominic Guerrera on board as curator to pick up the torch – and light a few fires.