South Australia’s renowned children’s theatre company Patch has received another major honour, winning a Ruby Award for its Sustained Contribution to the Arts.

The State Theatre Company of South Australia’s groundbreaking musical “Metro Street” has netted a number of nominations in this year’s Adelaide Theatre Guide professional section of its Curtain Call awards.

Patch Theatre’s international reputation for excellence has seen it invited to perform at the Goyang Cultural Foundation’s International Children’s Festival in Seoul next month.

The Adelaide Festival Centre and Artistic Director for the Adelaide Cabaret Festival, David Campbell, are pleased to announce the program for the ninth annual Adelaide Cabaret Festival, 5 – 20 June, 2009.

The Adelaide Fringe Festival was heralded with a bang or several, with fireworks lighting the sky through the huge gum trees of the park lands.

Peter Bleby went to the Opening.

Feast 2008, will again be one of the largest queer arts and cultural Festivals staged in Australia

Adelaide Festival Centre this week announced the festival will continue as it unveiled its year-long season of world-class theatre, dance and music.

The Adelaide Festival Centre is pleased to announce musical theatre legend Bernadette Peters will open the 2009 Adelaide Cabaret Festival, performing in the Festival Theatre on 6 and 7 June.

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