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Review – A Brief History of Beer

Words by Fatema Sitabkhan Overall rating: ★★★★ Trish being dressed in a yellow Star Trek-style uniform, we knew there was going to be no dying in this show. Walking into the Elephant Pub, I didn’t do much research on the show prior, as I like to be kept in suspense and have the surprise element […]

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Loose End Review

Loose Ends by Sarah Elding for What’s on in Adelaide loose ends: the last few details that need to be finished or explained in order for something to be complete In a quiet, intimate theatre, performer Jens Altheimer takes his audience on a fanciful journey of friendship with raw emotion and at times laugh out […]

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Win on Wednesday

Keep a look on Wednesdays for chances to win cool prizes. Also during Fringe time we are running random competitions so make sure to get involved. We often run these on our Facebook account. Good luck!!

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The New Glenelg Foreshore Playground is a Huge Hit

  So what’s the deal with natural playgrounds? Well, go back in time and ask your 8 year old self, it’s because they’re epic fun! Kids can imagine themselves in another world, they can create, get dirty, climb, splash and burn off steam amongst structures created with rope, tree stumps and branches, sand and plants. […]

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Mega Adventure Aerial Park

Whats Hot This Week. Opening Friday. “The Mega park is like no other. The main feature at Mega Adventure Park is SkyMate, a 26-metre-high structure with 50 aerial crossings – scramble nets, rope bridges, beams, swings, log steps, aerial surfboards and even Adelaide wine barrel steps! Guests are harnessed in – so if you fall […]

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A Tree like me

Families come in all shapes and sizes, and include friends, pets and others. What does your tree look like? What does your family tree look like? Explore the Migration Museum to discover the many stories of families and make a 3D tree all about you from found and recycled materials. Decorate it with your favourite […]

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Olea – Electra House

“After 20 years spent derelict, historic Electra House has been architecturally renovated to provide a home to Adelaide’s most diverse world-class food destination. Set over three levels, the venue offers distinct modes of hospitality to suit your mood. On the ground floor, Electra Bar & The Garden serve up simple but delicious food and drinks […]

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Ginza Miyako

Ginza Miyako Japanese Restaurant is the latest addition to the stable of fine food destinations owned by the renowned Taste of the Orient group. Located in the five star Stamford Plaza Hotel on North Terrace in the CBD of Adelaide, Ginza Miyako offers traditional Japanese freshness and flavours using modern techniques with a French influence […]

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Africola

A unique African experience that Adelaide has not seen before. A beautiful setting and food to match. A great place to try something completely different and new 4 East Tce Adelaide Africola.com.au  

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Cliche

“The Wonderful Winkler Gallery blurs the line between gallery, restaurant & bar. Together these elements act as one and in doing so offer a new and unique vehicle for contemporary art. Our first exhibition, Cliché, features 24 local artists that explore the French narrative and Gallic peculiarities whilst a team of kooky chefs, cocktail makers […]

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Renew SA – Our Port

Join us for a fun night out at Our Port’s free Indoor Cinema on Saturday evenings in the Flour Shed at Hart’s Mill between July 11 and August 1. With a great range of classic films, we’re sure you, your family and friends will find one you will enjoy! Please note that doors open at […]

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Something on Saturday

For 2-10 year olds, every Saturday afternoon at the Adelaide Festival Centre from 2 May – 5 September Proudly supported by Adelaide Festival Centre’s Something on Saturday program has been delighting and entertaining children every Saturday throughout winter for 38 years. From performances of all kinds to craft workshops, this is every child’s chance to […]

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Longhouse Cafe

Long House Café is named after the original “Longhouse” in Sarawak. A Longhouse is a terraced corridor of separate dwellings covered by one roof. This is a traditional dwelling for many of the natives around Borneo. Long House Café strives not only to bring you a taste of Borneo, but also the spirit of Longhouse in Adelaide. Kick-started back in […]

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Lady Rizo

Lady Rizo is the rockstar of cabaret with powerhouse vocals that fill your soul with glitter, and pizazz. A self proclaimed chanteuse but with so much more, with her humour better than  most professional comedians, which left the crowd in stitches. This cabaret superstar oozes sensuality including a crowd teasing silhouetted nipple licking behind the […]

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Where to play poker in Adelaide

Poker is experiencing a worldwide growth in popularity, both offline and online. Screening of the game on TV as well as high profile celebrity poker ‘ambassadors’ have contributed to this rise in popularity. Also more poker tournaments are now accessible to people with varying incomes. So where can you play poker in Adelaide?   One […]

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Adelaide Roller Derby

The Roller Derby Girls are back (photo by Matt Walker). Never been before, it’s alot of fun. Matches: Sat 28th Mar – Showgrounds – RTR v MDC Sat 11th April – Showgrounds – WH v SD Sat 9th May – Showgrounds RTR v WH Sat 13th June – Showgrounds MDC v SD Sat 8th Aug […]

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