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WOMADelaide - Sounds of the planet 2008
Saturday, 01 March 2008 03:34
Discover the planet’s rich sights and sounds at Adelaide’s beautiful Botanic Park during WOMADelaide 2008.
Dunstan Playhouse Stage 1 Upgrade Completed
Monday, 18 February 2008 19:10
Stage 1 of the $8 million Dunstan Playhouse upgrade, committed by the South Australian State Government, has been completed, and the Playhouse was officially re-opened by Premier Mike Rann last Friday.
WOMADelaide teams up with Greening Australia
Monday, 21 January 2008 22:34
Australia’s largest world music festival, WOMADelaide, will again set the environmental standard for major events when it teams up with the nation’s largest not-for-profit environmental organisation, Greening Australia.
Get the guide to Australias biggest Fringe today
Thursday, 10 January 2008 02:26
543 shows, 5470 performances and an estimated 3000 artists are taking part in Adelaide Fringe 2008 making it the largest Fringe festival ever to take place in the Southern Hemisphere!
A Strumming Success
Wednesday, 05 December 2007 20:15
The first, annual Adelaide International Guitar Festival concluded on Sunday with an homage to the music of arguably the world’s greatest, rock guitarist – Jimi Hendrix – with over 4,000 people packed into Elder Park
Adelaide Fringe looks to the future
Thursday, 29 November 2007 01:59
Adelaide Fringe CEO, Sandy Verschoor, today announced the dates for the Adelaide Fringe right through to 2012
Feast 2007
Thursday, 08 November 2007 20:15
LOVE is all around as Feast 2007 announces Australia’s largest queer arts and cultural festival
Miss Saigon To Play Adelaide
Tuesday, 02 October 2007 11:21
The new Australian production of Miss Saigon will play an Adelaide season at the Festival Theatre, Adelaide Festival Centre from December 29.

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