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2007 Middle Eastern Cultural Festival
Written by Ursula Beaumont   
Monday, 02 April 2007 16:05
Middle Eastern Cultural Festival
The warmth of the autumn sunshine follows me into the shade of the Adelaide Festival Centre Plaza where a ring of tent canopies, stalls and a babble of voices greet me.
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Jet of Blood | Ignite Productions
Written by Ursula Beaumont   
Thursday, 15 March 2007 10:04
Jet of Blood
Ignite Productions successfully accosts the audience in classic theatre of cruelty style, hauling them from the everyday into a grotesque world of the Young Man’s subconscious.
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Soweto Gospel Choir
Written by Ursula Beaumont   
Monday, 26 March 2007 11:21
Soweto Gospel Choir
Voices ring out in Zulu, Xhosa, Sotho, English and Afrikaans, singing songs from different faiths and nations, singing of the past, of hope, politics, heartache, joy and celebration.
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Cursive | Cloud Gate Dance Theatre of Taiwan
Written by Ursula Beaumont   
Thursday, 15 February 2007 11:02
Cursive
Cursive utilises a range of eastern and western movement disciplines, including martial arts, Chinese Opera movements, modern dance and ballet, to explore Chinese calligraphy masterpieces.
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