Next Week At Adelaide Festival



Read on to find out what is happening for the week at Adelaide Festival

Tue 5 Mar:
9pm-11pm Doveman’s Burgundy Stain Sessions and This is the Kit with Robert Forster, Sam Amidon, Sally Seltman & Julia Stone (Brassland) at the Dunstan Playhouse for one night only

Wed 6 Mar
7pm Brassland and Friends including DeerhoofBuke & Gase and Jherek Bischoff at The Thebarton Theatre for one night only
7pm Australian String Quartet’s Brahms at the Adelaide Town Hall for one night only
7.15pm Children / A Few Minutes of Lock with Louise Lecavalier opens in the Space Theatre until Sat 9 Mar
9pm Murder by Erth opens in Queen’s Theatre until Sun 10 Mar

Thu 7 Mar
7.30pm What The Body Does Not Remember by Ultima Vez opens today in the Dunstan Playhouse until Sun 10 Mar
8.30pm Bryce Dessner Curates The Adelaide Art Orchestra, Clogs (featuring Padma Newsome’s “Stick Music” and other selections) at Adelaide Town Hall for one night only

Fri 8 Mar
7.30pm 2001: A Space Odyssey opens in Festival Theatre for two nights only
8.00pm Van Dyke Parks featuring Daniel Johns and Kimbra with Adelaide Art Orchestra in the Thebarton Theatre for one night only

Mon 11 Mar 
9pm Beowulf – A Thousand Years of Baggage opens in The German Club for its Australian premiere. This Australian Exlusive runs until Sat 16 Mar

Ongoing festival highlights:
Hauntology House, the online toy made by Severed Head’s Tom Ellard, is live and free to play on
Stereopublic, the revolutionary online and interactive soundmap  to locate quiet places in our cities is still available from
Laurie Anderson’s The Language of the Future visual art exhibition is on until April 19 at the Anne & Gordon Samstag Museum
Turner From The TATE in on until May 19 at Art Gallery of SA
Adelaide Writers’ Week is on everyday at the Pioneer Women’s Memorial Gardens until Thu 7 Mar


Adelaide Festival Facts

• 53 events, 29 exclusive to Adelaide
• 314 performances
• 27 Australian premieres – 25 from the performance program and two from the visual arts program
• 14 theatre, five dance, 21 music events, alongside Adelaide Writers’ Week, two visual art exhibitions featuring the work of Laurie Anderson at Samstag Museum of Art and Turner from the Tate at Art Gallery of South Australia
• Almost 1100 artists and writers*
• 654 Australian artists*
• 520 artists from SA*
• 440 international artists from countries including New Zealand, Czech Republic, East Timor, Germany, Iceland, Belgium, Canada, Poland, Serbia, Romania, Bulgaria, Macedonia, South Africa, Spain, The Netherlands, France, USA, Norway, UK, Italy and Cuba*

*These stats do not include WOMADelaide artists

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