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FANGIRLS | Adelaide Festival | Review

FANGIRLS – 2021 Adelaide Festival Review
FANGIRLS is an energetic, youthful and fun musical with excellent messages about family, friends and enjoying what you love – no matter what other people think.
FANGIRLS cheekily explores many of the difficulties of coming of age, including friendship drama, family life, school, and the horrific injustice of your mum refusing […]

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The Pulse | Adelaide Festival | Review

The Pulse – Gravity & Other Myths
Incredible acrobatics from dizzying heights, accompanied by a soulful choir, with stunts and songs that will leave you breathless.
The Adelaide-based physical theatre company Gravity & Other Myths are no stranger to Mad March in Adelaide and they have returned with their show The Pulse as part of the Adelaide Festival in […]

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The Plastic Bag Store Exhibition | Adelaide Festival | Until 14 Mar 2021

 
The Plastic Bag Store – Adelaide Festival Exhibition
While you’re visiting the City of Adelaide this March make sure you stop by the Plastic Bag Store. This is no ordinary store, but a cleverly constructed supermarket featuring “grocery store” items made entirely from the remnants of plastic bags and plastic rubbish, all the way from New […]

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Adelaide Festival 2021 | Family Friendly Shows & Events | 26 Feb – 14 Mar 2021

[ February 26, 2021 12:00 am to March 14, 2021 12:02 am. ]
Adelaide Festival 2021 – Family Friendly Shows & Events
Every year, in the month of March, the Adelaide Adelaide Festival brings the very best of the arts from around the world, across the country and from our own community into South Australia. This year, some events will be live streamed from across the globe to venues […]

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The Pulse | Gravity & Other Myths | Adelaide Festival | 25 Feb – 3 Mar 2021

[ February 25, 2021 to February 28, 2021. March 2, 2021 to March 3, 2021. ]
The Pulse – Gravity & Other Myths / Aurora (Young Adelaide Voices)
What? Sixty people on stage? Thirty bodies in close-knit, full-pelt, intimate, sweaty co-operation; another thirty faces with wide open mouths singing their lungs out?
This exhilarating spectacle is the stuff of lockdown dreams: a massive embodiment of primal hunger for community and physical touch. Audience, […]

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Middle Grade & YA Day | Adelaide Festival | 28 Feb 2021

[ February 28, 2021; ]
Adelaide Festival’s Middle Grade & YA Day
Tweens and Teens can enjoy a day at Pioneer Women’s Memorial Garden, featuring a stellar lineup of contemporary authors. 
The day will include Davina Bell (The End of the World is Bigger Than Love),  James Bradley (Ghost Species), Ursula Dubosarsky (The Word Spy and Pierre’s Not There), Will Kostakis (The Monuments series), Jess Scully (Glimpses of Utopia), R.A. Spratt (The […]

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Adelaide Writers’ Week | Kids’ Day | Adelaide Festival | 27 Feb 2021

[ February 27, 2021; ]
Adelaide Writers’ Week – Kids’ Day
Writers’ Week Opening Weekend has a jam-packed program designed for the youngest of book readers.
Kids’ Day on Saturday, 27 February 2021 features an all-Australian line-up of some of the brightest names in children’s literature including current Australian Children’s Laureate Ursula Dubosarsky (The Terrible Plop and Brindabella), Davina Bell and Allison Colpoys […]

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