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Real Australians Say Welcome

With the viral Real Australians Say Welcome campaign, Adelaide’s Peter Drew has sparked a national asylum seeker conversation through street art.

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A thrilling touch

Utilising the mysterious landscape of the Adelaide Hills to shoot his $480,000 haunting thriller, Touch, Christopher Houghton set out to make an “anti-low-budget film” with his debut feature.

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Robert Hannaford: The Real Thing

The Real Thing, currently showing at Carrick Hill, is the third exhibition of Robert (“Alfie”) Hannaford’s works that curator John Neylon has worked on but he believes he has only just scratched the surface.

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Co-Opera: Opera on the road

Uncharacteristic sounds are echoing across the Adelaide Showground down by the dog pavilion. No, it’s not the yelps of canines but the warbling of opera singers.

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Grant Doyle interview: Don Giovanni, Mozart and Adelaide

Star of the upcoming State Opera of South Australia production Don Giovanni, South Australian baritone opera singer Grant Doyle chats with The Adelaide Review about performing Mozart’s famous role of Don Giovanni.

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Adam Hills: The Art of Positive Comedy

Known for his optimistic stand-up, Adam Hills shocked many when rants from his UK show The Last Leg became viral sensations. The Adelaide Review discovers if the ever-smiling Aussie comedian has done a Krusty the Clown and turned into the last angry comic.