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REVIEW: Nassim

Georgia Brass

One of the most funny, emotional, personal, innovative, interactive, and universal productions I’ve ever seen.

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Review: Faith Healer at Space Theatre

Imogen Hindson

Faith Healer was a story of truth, memory, life, and death. But above all, it was a story of the human condition.

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Hockey Dad @ HQ Complex

Kate Sansome

Hockey Dad have been absolutely killing it lately, and their sold out show at HQ was no exception.

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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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Indiago w/ Sleepy Lizard & Contract Love @ Fat Controller

Natasha Martin

The last day of August at the ever so tasty, Fat Controller, was a night filled with great tunes by bands Indiago, Sleepy Lizards and Contract Love that excelled our expectations.

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Bloody Good Theatre: That Eye, The Sky

Lucy Brewer

An honest, rather cathartic meditation on life, loss, and redemption.

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Courtney Barnett @ Thebarton Theatre

Caitlin Ellen

We relive Courtney Barnett’s compelling and approachable gig at the Thebarton Theatre.

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Bob and Vance: Like a Rolling Stone and a Riptide

Lucy Brewer

Sure, The Times They Are A-Changin’ but as long as Bob and Vance are around, We’re (Not) Going Home.

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Review: The Curious Incident of The Dog In The Nighttime

Georgia Brass

The stage adaptation truly captured the heart of the sensational story of The Curious Incident of The Dog In The Nighttime.

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Review: AFoI 2018 - Keynote: Robyn Archer

Caitlin Ellen

Walking through mud (and like -- good mud) was a bit like the words said at the opening event of this year’s Adelaide Festival of Ideas.

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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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Head On Over To Mr Minsky's, The Newest Bar In Town

Caitlin Ellen

Mr Minsky and his illustrious crew invite you to take a lift and step into the mysteries of their world at Nineteen Ten.

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Adelaide Cabaret Festival Review: This Boy's In Love

Georgia Brass

This Boy’s In Love is a fun, feel-good piece of theatre, and a guaranteed good night out that ends with a smile on your face.

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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: Butt Kapinski

Georgia Brass

When you need a crime solved…or you need a night of simply riotous fun…Butt Kapinski is the (wo)man for the job.

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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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Kodomo No Hi Japan Festival

Adriana Sinicropi

The Kondomo No Hi Japan Festival kicked off over the weekend, celebrating Adelaide and Japan’s cultural ties with a day filled with food, culture and art.

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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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