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Australian Toys 1880-1965: The Luke Jones Collection | Adelaide | 1 Jun – 24 Aug 2024

[ June 1, 2024 to August 24, 2024. ] [caption id="attachment_197057" align="alignnone" width="630"] Photo credit: Luke Jones[/caption]
A treasure trove of toys will be on display for the young and the young at heart at The David Roche Foundation House Museum in North Adelaide.
Before smartphones and video games were a phenomenon, children worldwide were captivated by tin toys, wooden trucks and paper planes. Now, visitors […]

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Superluminal Patch Theatre Illuminate Adelaide 2024

Superluminal | Patch Theatre | Illuminate Adelaide | Jul – Aug 2024

[ July 6, 2024 to July 7, 2024. July 9, 2024 to July 14, 2024. July 16, 2024 to July 21, 2024. July 27, 2024; August 3, 2024; August 10, 2024; ]
Superluminal by Patch Theatre – Illuminate Adelaide 2024
Art and science converge at the world premiere of Superluminal, a family-friendly interactive installation from award-winning Patch Theatre that will spark wonder in the inquiring minds of children aged 4 to 8 at the South Australian Museum.
Guided by performers, children are invited into the action to explore light, […]

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The Moseley Igloos | Glenelg | 3 May – 8 Sep 2024

[ May 3, 2024 1:00 pm to September 8, 2024 1:05 pm. ]
The Moseley Igloos – Outside Dining in Glenelg.
The Moseley igloos are back in Glenelg this winter featuring a warm, cosy fireplace and room for eight people.
Located outside at The Moseley Bar and Kitchen in Glenelg, igloo bookings are for exclusive use and include full table service from your personal waiter.  The igloos are family friendly […]

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Fourteen | Adelaide Festival Centre | 7-10 Aug 2024

[ August 7, 2024; August 9, 2024 to August 10, 2024. ]
It’s 1999 and Shannon Molloy is a year 9 student at an all-boys rugby-mad Catholic school in regional Queensland, with a secret that no one can ever find out. Shannon is gay.
Based on the best-selling memoir by award-winning journalist Shannon Molloy, Fourteen is the inspirational true story of growing up gay in central Queensland, transformed […]

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