A Brief History of Time – Chamber Landscapes

Chamber Landscapes is a long weekend of chamber music held yearly as part of the Adelaide Festival at Ukaria, a cultural centre with an auditorium purpose-built for chamber music, quite possibly the best in the country.

Natalie Clein | Musica Viva Australia

I fell in love with Natalie Clein. Warm, unegotistical yet engaging, she spoke to the audience in the same vein as a simple remark attributed to her in the program, “The music is more important than me.”

Counting and Cracking | Belvoir and Co-Curious

Counting and Cracking is a profoundly affecting play, in which the lives of many people are actually or nearly destroyed by political decisions made both in Sri Lanka and in Australia.

Trio Mediaeval

After queuing for some time in the unseasonably cold evening air, we were let into St Francis Xavier’s cathedral, where our seats, unallocated, were narrow wooden pews from which our view of the performance area was partially obscured by a pillar. Par for the course for attending a concert in a cathedral, of course.

The Flint Street Nativity | Red Phoenix Theatre Company

If ever you have been a school teacher, or a Sunday school teacher, or a parent – or if ever you have been a child, you will love this play!

Faith Healer | State Theatre Company SA

Some memories are closer to the truth than others, and some are firmly held to protect us from the truth we can’t face.

Rules For Living | Adelaide Repertory Theatre

Wouldn’t it be nice if we all knew the rules for living? Or would it?

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