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Twelve women meet in a public toilet. They talk about men and the rites of relationships between men and women. Playwright, Maureen Duffy describes her work as a black farce, a style of drama derived from the medieval morality where the devil and all his works were often funny as well as fearful.

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The Adelaide Oval is one of the most beautiful sports grounds in the world. And that’s not just us talking – plenty of experts agree. Along with drawing thousands of cricket fans every year, it now has a reputation as one of the best places in the country to watch AFL but there’s still plenty happening outside of game day.

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Throughout the month of July, Raising Literacy Australia is hosting The Little Big Book Swap fundraising event across South Australia to encourage families to share books together and sponsor libraries.

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Based on the classic book by E. B. White, Joseph Robinette’s adaptation of Charlotte’s Web is a one hour play version of the story with a reduced cast of eight who portray all the key roles.  We follow Wilbur, the runt of a litter of pigs, saved from becoming ham by a young girl named Fern. When he eventually becomes too big for the farm everything seems lost – until he makes the acquaintance of a helpful spider, Charlotte.

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Tea Tree Players Youth chose an unknown play for their latest offering. Written by John Rawson and Rob Smith, with music by Roslyn Jennings

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Cook with confidence, dress to impress and be inspired by high achievers from the global vision-impaired and blind community. There’s all that and more in a special five-part series of lifestyle webinars launched today by South Australia’s Royal Society for the Blind. 

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