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The Countdown to Carnevale Italian Festival Begins!

The Countdown to Carnevale Italian Festival Begins!

Only 2 months until the Carnevale Italian Festival, and it promises to be as vibrant and energetic as ever!

East Meets West In Vivaldi’s ‘Four Seasons’

East Meets West In Vivaldi’s ‘Four Seasons’

The ACO celebrates its 40th anniversary year by playing one of the most-loved, most-played, and most-recorded concertos of all time: Vivaldi’s Four Seasons.

Call For Entries: 2015 South Australian Screen Awards

Call For Entries: 2015 South Australian Screen Awards

The Media Resource Centre invites SA filmmakers to submit their entries into SA’s highest accolade in film, the 2015 South Australian Screen Awards.

Absurd Award-Winning Fringe Show Coming To Adelaide In 2015

Absurd Award-Winning Fringe Show Coming To Adelaide In 2015

Winner of the Sydney Fringe Festival 2014 Theatre Award, ‘Kinski And I’ will play at the Holden Street Theatre Studio for the 2015 Adelaide Fringe Festival.

Australian Dance Theatre’s 50th Anniversary Calendar

Australian Dance Theatre’s 50th Anniversary Calendar

Australian Dance Theatre released the highly anticipated 2015 program that marks the 50th anniversary of the world renowned dance company.

Surrender To The Barrio Crew: New Club Coming To The Festival

From the creators of Barrio come a new club, Surrender, will be taking over the InterContinental Hotel Plaza and Blue Hive space this festival season.

Rolling Thunder Vietnam To Hit The Barossa

Rolling Thunder Vietnam To Hit The Barossa

The songs of the sixties are set to be brought to life on March 7 2015 at Seppeltsfield Winery with a one-night only unique concert version of Rolling Thunder Vietnam.

2015 Australian Jazz Bell Awards Now Calling For Nominations

2015 Australian Jazz Bell Awards Now Calling For Nominations

The Jazz Bell Awards are the only jazz-specific awards in Australia to acknowledge excellence in performance, creativity and presentation.

Theatre Review: Hay Fever

Theatre Review: Hay Fever

Noel Coward’s classic comedy of bad manners, Hay Fever, is a real theatrical gem and the current English touring production of his play, stars one of England’s leading ladies, Felicity Kendal.

Emma Hack Paints A Positive Future For Tanzanian Community

Emma Hack Paints A Positive Future For Tanzanian Community

South Australian artist, Emma Hack, has teamed up with Team Vista to put on an exhibition to raise funds for underprivileged children in the Kaloleni community.

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