The cultural melting pot bubbled over during the fourth annual OzAsia Festival: through story-telling, theatre, dance, music, visual arts and film South Australians united and celebrated the rich and diverse cultural offerings of Asia and its interactions with Australia.

The 10th Adelaide Cabaret Festival draws to a close this weekend after a sizzling two weeks of ticket sales, making the 2010 Festival the most successful Cabaret Festival ever.

State Theatre Company has announced Alfie Simpson and Lucy Haas-Hennessy as the winners of the Young Guns playwrighting competition for 2010.

A decade of cabaret and there’s more to come as the Adelaide Festival Centre and Artistic Director for the Adelaide Cabaret Festival, David Campbell, announce the 2010 Adelaide Cabaret Festival program, 11 – 26 June.

Adelaide Fringe artists came and conquered this month with a plethora of acts that enchanted, entertained, challenged and sometimes just weirded out Fringe-hungry audiences.

Home of festivals, Adelaide Festival Centre is pleased to announce its year-long festival for 2010.

Urban Myth Theatre of Youth, based in Adelaide South Australia, is packing its bags and heading off to Mumbai India for the 2009 Thespo Theatre Festival.

 

The Festival will be presenting some of the best guitarists from around Australia and the world, with artists crossing a range of genres and showcasing their skill, musicianship and creativity.

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