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Review: Windmill Theatre's Amphibian

Georgia Brass

Windmill Theatre’s new production Amphibian is no future canonical classic, but definitely has the potential to remain an enduring piece of theatre if the important issues addressed on stage aren’t addressed in the real world.

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Burnside Mums Release Their Latest Single 'Grassfires'

Emilie La Pietra

If you're into relentlessly loud and sweaty live music then don't miss the live release of their latest single ‘Grassfires’

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Movie Review: Mamma Mia 2 - Here We Go Again

Gerasimos Canatselis

Mamma Mia 2: Here We Go Again, gives you the perfect European getaway this winter!

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Review: The Gospel According To Earth, Wind and Fire

Georgia Brass

A clever and colourful collision of contemporary and choral music which created a strong sense of community in the crowd.

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Adelaide Cabaret Festival Review: Them There Eyes

Georgia Brass

In the words of Billie Holiday, “I fell in love with them there eyes”.

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Adelaide Cabaret Festival Review: Em Rusciano - Difficult Women

Georgia Brass

Even though Em Rusciano said throughout Difficult Women that she was NOT a diva, the show only proved she was… but in all the best ways.

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Just Between Us: Adelaide Premiere

Jamieson Eileen

What would you do if your sister’s ghost needed you to road-trip across the country in order to move on? Bring lots of snacks, obviously.

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Review: State Theatre Company SA's 'Terrestrial'

Georgia Brass

This is one of the finest State Ed productions ever presented and shouldn’t be missed.

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The Transitions Film Festival Returns To Adelaide

Adriana Sinicropi

The Transitions Film Festival will return to Adelaide this May with an exciting line-up of inspirational documentaries.

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Review: Oily Rag Theatre's 'Wolf Lullaby'

Georgia Brass

 Wolf Lullaby tells the story of 9-year-old Lizzie Gael who due to her quirky and at times naughty nature finds herself accused of murdering a local 3-year-old.

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Premiere: The Empty Threats - Heavy

Tom Johnston

A 6-minute slow burner, Heavy shows a more refined, developed side to the psychedelic chaos of their first EP

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Premiere: Introducing Oliver Miller Your New Favourite Lo Fi Artist

Jason Katsaras

This Adelaide Local just released 'Zeitgest', a fascinating meal for your ears. Tuck in.

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American Express Open Air Cinema: The Ultimate Movie Experience

Gerasimos Canatselis

Take centre-stage and embrace Glenelg's 'Open-Air Cinema'.

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Adelaide Fringe '18 Review: Fleabag

Danielle Murphy

A play that became a TV show that became a play. 

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Movie Review: Winchester

Gerasimos Canatselis

Do you love creepy houses and all things supernatural? We reviewed the latest horror film, Winchester.

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Adelaide Fringe ’18 Review: Baby Wants Candy: The Completely Improvised Full Band Musical!

Georgia Brass

It’s easy to see why Baby Wants Candy has had three back to back sold out seasons at the Edinburgh Fringe.

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Adelaide Fringe ’18 Review: Best of the Edinburgh Fest

Georgia Brass

Best of the Edinburgh Fest sees three comedy acts featured in the Edinburgh Fringe 2017 brought together (and across the ocean) by Mary Tobin.

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Adelaide Fringe ’18 Review: Thrones! The Musical Parody

Georgia Brass

A sensational song-and-dance send-up of the widely loved and acclaimed TV show Game of Thrones. 

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Interview: Love Train - A History Of Motown, Soul and Disco

Gerasimos Canatselis

"Artists were breaking down barriers and delivering messages that others hadn't had the nerve to do so before. It needed to happen, Motown and Soul did that and the music world hasn't looked back since."

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Film Review: See You Up There (Au Revoir Là-haut)

Kate Sansome

See You Up There is a French historical drama following the lives of two World War I soldiers as they return to civilian life and embark on a mischievous plan to sell phony way memorials. 

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