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Charlie Caper & Malin Nilsson : Minor Miracles

Winner of the Adelaide Fringe Award for Best Magic 2016! The show is back for it’s third and last year, by popular demand! She is the glorious enfant terrible of magic. He is a gentleman hobo, a conjuror extraordinaire. All the way from Sweden, Caper and Nilsson bring their unique combination of magic, comedy and […]

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Delicious, Discounted Coffee

Love your takeaway coffee? How about a discount! Brother Bear Café, Alchemy Café and Bond and Lane Canteen give you 50c off your coffee every time you bring your own cup. Australians love their coffee. So much so that OVER 3 BILLION takeaway cups and lids are wasted every year. Contrary to popular belief, takeaway […]

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Adelaide’s New Winter Hot-Spots

As we bid the mild autumn adieu and brace ourselves for the chilly winter here in Adelaide, it’s tempting to spend your days hunched up by the heater, with a woolly blanket and whatever warm-blooded beasties you happen to have around the house. But there’s a whole, bustling city out there, bursting at the seams […]

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The Chemsex Monologues – Review

The Chemsex Monologues Words by Fatema Sitabkhan Overall rating: ★★★★★ For most humans, sex is an enjoyable and pleasurable activity. Sometimes (however), people turn to “enhancements” in the form of drugs, which either give you an inexplicable high of multitudes…or lead you to their lowest of lows and bring with it impending doom. This is […]

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The Chemsex Monologues – Adelaide Fringe

The Chemsex Monologues – Adelaide Fringe E-Interview conducted by Fatema Sitabkhan After achieving a great deal of success in London, Adelaide Fringe is bringing us a much-needed dose of The Chemsex Monologues. Reviews for The Chemsex Monologues include: ​‘an extraordinary tapestry of pleasure and pain, woven together with wit and weight by a master wordsmith’ […]

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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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Aleenta Barre

Aleenta Barre is in Adelaide and its one of the best work outs in town. The What’s on in Adelaide team tried it out for the first time last week and absolutely loved it. WHAT IS BARRE? Aleenta Barre targets every inch of your body with a dynamic balance of yoga, pilates and ballet. Barre […]

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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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Review: The Glenn Miller Orchester

Friday 19 June 2015 Adelaide Festival Theatre Yesterday Adelaide welcomed back the The World famous Glenn Miller Orchestra direct from the USA. Returning by popular demand to a full house, The Glenn Miller played in honour the year of the ANZAC Centenary. While I may have been the youngest in the audience by a good […]

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27 Club – World Premiere Adelaide Cabaret Festival

27 Club opened at the Adelaide Cabaret Festival on the 17th of June featuring Hayley Mary (lead vocalist of the Jezabel’s), Henry Wagons, Daniel Champagne and Adelaide’s own Carla Lippis. Showcasing the musical genius of legendary artists Jim Morrison, Jimi Hendrix, Amy Winehouse, Janis Joplin, Kurt Cobain, Brian Jones and Robert Johnson who all died […]

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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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What’s Iconic in Adelaide

If you think you know Spats Café, then think again Adelaide! This Edwardian-Style Dessert Café has been established since the 1970s, and have been owned and run by the same local family since 1986! But it has recently undergone a subtle re-invention; the favourites on the menu are still there, including the Brandy Snap Basket, […]

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True Grit

True Grit course is a military style obstacle course that will test your limits. Get your tickets quick before they sell out.  www.truegrit.com.au  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XiHL2E4mL9I 

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Colour Run

Colour me happy the colour runs coming to Adelaide 12th and 13th september Victoria Park. For more information visit the website below. http://thecolorrun.com.au/events/  

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