The new Australian production of Miss Saigon will play an Adelaide season at the Festival Theatre, Adelaide Festival Centre from December 29.

The Hon. Mr RJL (Bob) Hawke AC will give the opening keynote address at the inaugural OzAsia ‘Big Ideas’ Symposium

Windmill Performing Arts and Adelaide Festival Centre’s Performing Arts Collection present Happy Birthday Windmill, on display in the Festival Theatre Foyer until 20 November 2007. The exhibition is a celebration of Windmill’s extraordinary achievements within the arts industry and the impact it’s had on families throughout South Australia, Australia and across the world.

If you are passionate about arts and culture and would like to work in the arts, the Adelaide Festival Centre has a rare opportunity just for you.

After a successful 2006 season, Adelaide Festival Centre is proud to present OUR MOB 07: A Statewide Celebration of Regional and Remote South Australian Aboriginal Artists.

Applications are now open for the South Australian Youth Arts Board annual scholarships. For artists aged 26 and under, four scholarships are available totalling over $38,000.

The program for the Adelaide Festival Centre’s inaugural OzAsia Festival, to be held in Adelaide from 21 September to 7 October 2007, has been announced.

As the winter chills set in, the Adelaide Festival Centre is starting to heat up in anticipation of the 7th Annual Adelaide Cabaret Festival. The festival kicks off on 8 June with a wonderful line-up of artists from around the world.

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