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This is probably the best thing that State Theatre has offered for some time, so try to catch it.

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Travel back in time to an era when four lads from Liverpool ruled the musical world! This May, the original members of the Broadway sensation ‘Beatlemania’, perform Beatles’ classic hits as they were originally written – with the power of the ASO.

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Presented by the Adelaide Festival Centre the 2010 Adelaide International Guitar Festival will run over four days from 25 – 28 November. This Festival is a celebration of the world’s most popular instrument, bringing together some of the best guitarists from around Australia and the world, with artists crossing a range of genres and showcasing their skill, musicianship and creativity.

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Kate Gould Chief Executive & Associate Artistic Director of the Adelaide Festival Corporation today announced the appointment of Michelle Fotiou as the company’s new Marketing Manager. Michelle Fotiou joins the Adelaide Festival from the Adelaide Fringe where she held a similar role.

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Young Adelaide actor Tom Russell has recently landed a string of dream jobs, but in his next gig, he dreams the whole thing. Recently co-starring with Hugo Weaving in the feature film Last Ride, Russell stars as Freddie in The Pirates Of Penzance for G&S at The Scott Theatre in May.

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This is another top quality production from Independent Theatre that should be on your ‘must see’ list, but hurry, as it closes on Saturday 1st May.

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This dance/drama/documentary piece is based on the devastating 1980 Ash Wednesday bushfires as experienced by choreographer Katrina Lazaroff and her family.

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Deon Hastie, company dancer with Adelaide’s Leigh Warren and Dancers has been announced as the new Artistic Director for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander youth arts company, Kurruru Youth Performing Arts.

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Immerse yourself in music at the 2010 Coriole Music Festival, a weekend of Bach and Beethoven by some of Australia’s finest musicians.

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Multi-award winning Wayne Scott Kermond has brought this popular show back to Adelaide for a very short run, telling the life of Sammy Davis Jnr. in song and dance.

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Written by Don Reid, this play documents the exercise sessions at a local gymnasium, Gerry’s Gym, where five long term friends gather weekly.

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