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Adelaide Festival Centre flourishes with events in spring 2021

Source: Adelaide Festival CentreSeptember/10/2021

Adelaide Festival Centre is gearing up for an exciting Spring season packed with entertaining and inspiring performances for people of all ages to enjoy.

Kicking off Spring 2021 is a brand new work The World is Looking For You presented by Adelaide Festival Centre’s inSPACE Program. Written and developed by award-winning Finegan Kruckemeyer, the one woman show follows the true story of a woman joining a search party to find herself.

Throughout September, Adelaide Festival Centre will proudly present this year’s OUR MOB, a unique exhibition of art by First Nations artists, along with two new and free in-person events shining a light on the art of storytelling: OUR WORDS and OUR STORIES.

Later there are many enjoyable tributes to popular artists such as The Beatlesand ABBA in October.

Valued Home Companies are presenting amazing performances in Spring including State Opera South Australia’s return of The Barber of Seville and two special nights of favourite arias and songs performed by Teddy Tahu Rhodes and Guy Noble. State Theatre Company South Australia brings us Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? and Eureka Day, Windmill Theatre Company presents Amphibian and Australian Dance Theatre presents Objekt and “G” by outgoing Artistic Director Garry Stewart.

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