Category: South Australia

School’s out- the global climate strike

A VIEW FROM THE STREET Mass political activism came of age today. Thousands of school students and supporters of all ages and backgrounds took to the streets of Adelaide bringing the city centre to a standstill. On a day of global strikes for climate action inspired by Swedish schoolgirl Greta Thunberg, young Australians were in

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Music in the square

Now that Fringe is over for another year and mad March too, Adelaide life has returned to normal. Fortunately normal includes free lunchtime music in the city’s Victoria and Hindmarsh Squares courtesy of Music SA and the council. A happy throng of lanyard-bearers and the free enjoyed the late summer sun and tunes from the

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Four weeks of fun 4 – (out-of-this) world music

Laurie Black Space Cadette Delia Olam and Eagleheart Gaby Moreno ADELAIDE FRINGE FESTIVAL 2019 Beam me up Bowie! Laurie Black Space Cadette has had enough of earth. ‘Fly me to the Moon’ she demands, ‘but not Mars, because I don’t like spiders.’ That’s pretty much the whole plot for this zany cosmic cabaret as the

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