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Garry Stewart’s premier season of his new work is an astounding piece of acrobatic artistry made to look simple by the Australian Dance Theatre ensemble.

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Circus Oz distinguishes itself from most other acts of this ilk not only by the size of its ensemble, but by providing a visual feast to keep you energized.

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For lovers of Afrobeat, there’s no going past local African artist Professor Dada Nii and his wonderful band, fusing West African drumming and songs with jazz.

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Die Roten Punkte (The Red Dots) are a late night Fringe comedy staple, having returned to Adelaide for a number of consecutive years now. This ‘best of’ show is a must for seasoned fans and new fans alike.

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Some believe that it is because Shakespeare directly quoted the words of a magical invocation in the script but, whatever the reason, his play, Macbeth, has come to be considered a cursed work.

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This was a preview performance, but you would not have known it. Everything ran as smoothly as clockwork and the performance was up to its usual highly polished and professional standard.

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The idea behind this self-devised work is that it would be interesting to know what is going on in the minds of two people during the course of a relationship.

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The Desert Fringe arrives in Port Augusta during February 26 and 27 – bringing comedy art and music to the “crossroads of Australia” – where the desert, sea and Flinders ranges meet.

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Richard Fry turns his poem into an astoundingly gripping performance that draws on his life story. This should be compulsory viewing for all teachers.

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A smart, funny play – about a play. Creative processes comically trip over the sweat, bad wigs and method acting in an “important” new work … about lettuce.