Tag: Adelaide Festival of Arts 2014

FESTIVAL – Zorn Masada Marathon – 5K

If last night’s Zorn Marathon is any guide, those attending his remaining Festival gigs are in for a treat. 5K

FESTIVAL – Girl Asleep – The Space, AFC

In Windmill Theatre’s Girl Asleep, we meet Greta (Ellen Steele), a teenage girl who has just moved house for the umpteenth time because of her Dad’s (Matthew Whittet) job and is struggling to work out where she fits in: in her family, in her new school, in the world in general. Greta’s a fairly quiet …

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FESTIVAL – Roman Tragedies – Festival Theatre

Roman Tragedies isn’t just a play, or even three plays, it’s a complete theatrical experience, crafted by Toneelgroep Amsterdam, under the direction of Ivo van Hove. It’s up to you to decide what you want to make out of it, as after the opening sequence, pretty much anything goes. The entire stage space, including the …

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FESTIVAL – The Seagull – STC Scenic Workshop – 4.5K

All in all this is a creative and superbly produced and performed play. This Seagull soars. 4.5K

FESTIVAL – Lola’s Pergola – Line Up

An exciting line-up of international and local DJs has been announced, completing Adelaide Festival’s late night music line-up at Lola’s Pergola, an outdoor club located on the Torrens riverbank.

FESTIVAL – Lola’s Pergola

With the generous backing of Petaluma Australia, Adelaide Festival’s longstanding wine partner, a collection of wine from local small scale winemakers will be available at Lola’s Pergola.

FESTIVAL – Writers’ Week Full Program Released

Over 90 international and local writers will participate in the second annual Adelaide Writers’ Week with six days of conversation and debate set to take place in the beautiful Pioneer Women’s Memorial Garden.

ADEL FESTIVAL OF ARTS 2014 – Unsound Adelaide – 7-8 March

Unsound Adelaide returns with a mind-blowing line-up of electronic and experimental music pioneers alongside new faces on the international scene.

ADEL FEST OF ARTS 2014 – First Blockbuster Events Announced

On the opening weekend of the 2014 Festival (Fri 28 Feb– Sun 2 Mar), Dutch theatre hit Roman Tragedies blends three of Shakespeare’s most famous political plays into one continuous six-hour political drama, while in the final week Zorn in Oz sees the renowned John Zorn in his Australian debut, with an exclusive series of six one-off marathon concerts across four evenings.