I’d rather be … Irish!

ST. PATRICK’S DAY IN ADELAIDE What is it about the universal appeal of the Irish and St Patrick’s Day, 17th March, in particular? Is it because, despite a world wide diaspora, Ireland never acquired the baggage of 19th century colonial conquest, its inhabitants rather being transported or displaced as involuntary colonists? Or is it the

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Fringe frolics: week 4

BUSH GOTHIC – MIDNIGHT MARAUDERS -BUTTERFLY: THE JOURNEY CONTINUES – ROUGE Fringe Award winners in 2017, the Victorian ensemble Bush Gothic returned this year to the Royal Croquet Club. Traditionally attired and with mainly traditional instruments (piano, violin, double bass, percussion and drums), the trio perform Australian folk music in a manner which is anything

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