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Whale of a Tale

Join us at the South Australian Maritime Museum this school holidays for an epic tale of adventure – a Whale of a Tale!

Our tale begins when The Kid skips school and hides on Captain Barry Cousteau’s fishing boat. You guessed it ―The Captain weighs anchor unaware of his stowaway. Cast adrift on an ocean clogged with plastic, The Kid, and The Captain encounter sassy Sirena ― a mermaid on a mission! Her whale friend and its calf are snagged in a plastic net and need all the help they can get. Join the voyage and help this unlikely trio with their whale rescue.

Watch the performance, explore the Museum, climb the Lighthouse and, take the Whale Trail through our new exhibition Leviathan: An Astonishing History of Whales!

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Leather Lungs: Son of a Preacher

Pray for hymn, or he’ll prey on you.

This daring deviant crosses with religion, fist fights with sexuality and discos with dildos. A master of falsetto and stiletto, Leather Lungs marries savage wit, outrageous innuendo and alien vocal range to drag you screaming with laughter into a world of pleasure, amusement and distraction. Leather Lungs will penetrate and titillate your unholy soul – be ready to resurrect your comfort zone.

It takes a lot of blood, sweat and queers to get to this stage and this son of a preacher has broken his shackles.

Warning: may contain traces of nuts, (p)leather, sequins and Dusty Springfield.

“A voice to die for” – Express Magazine
“Phenomenon” – GayNZ

A delightfully naughty cabaret as part of Adelaide Fringe 2018. Written and performed by Jason Chasland and presented by Geoffrey Bryan.

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Mixed Media Animation Workshop

Come visit us at the National Motor Museum these school holidays and become a movie-making master!

The Mixed Media Animation workshop with GooRoo Animation teaches kids of all ages how to create their own animated movies. Using a chalkboard as your backdrop and an assortment of craft materials as animation tools, you will create your very own animation, captured on an iPad with the Stop Motion Studio app. The finished videos will be uploaded to YouTube via the GooRoo Animation Workshops channel and you can share them with all your friends and family!

The workshop is designed to inspire and provide the knowledge and tools to start making movies at home.

Workshops are free with general admission. Bookings preferred – ring the Museum to book your spot!

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Activist Drawing: Cartooning workshop

What are you most passionate about? What do you want to share with the world? This is your chance to communicate what matters most to you in a cartoon.

In this free cartooning workshop, you will develop your illustration skills while having a say about issues that matter to you. Participants will explore the Centre of Democracy and the temporary exhibition ‘Behind the Lines 2016: The Year’s Best Political Cartoons’. Work with local cartoonist Georgina Chadderton to create simple storyboards inspired by social change, activism, and democracy.

This workshop is aimed at people aged between 11 and 14 years. All materials are included.

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Colour Your World

After a sell-out debut Fringe performance in 2017, ACH Group’s Sing for Joy Choir is back with a brand new show: Colour Your World. Hosted by Jane Reilly, around 100 choir members aged between 60 and 94 perform a collection of songs about colour that are sure to evoke emotion.

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