The Adelaide Fringe Festival is on again and this year if there is one experience I would highly recommend attending, it is ‘Yabarra Dreaming in Light’. This beautiful multi-sensory experience invites people to learn more about the Kaurna culture, the aboriginal clan of the Adelaide plains, and pay respect to the land.
Poetry by chance, one line at a time – is the very apt description given to a special project involving words, cloth and thread tucked away in a gallery space in the Adelaide Hills town of Lobethal. Called ‘Gardens of the Heart’ this exhibition curated by India Flint and friends is on display at the old Woollen Mill as part of the Adelaide Fringe 2019. The last days of the exhibition are this Friday 15 March to Sunday 17 March from 11am – 4pm. Unlike any other exhibition I’ve seen, this is a beautiful collaboration of thoughts and words from kindred spirits around the world and it’s absolutely stunning.
It’s Adelaide Fringe time again, also known as Mad March for everyone living in Radelaide! This festival has been running for many years but seems to get bigger and reach further each year. In 2019 the fringe is on until 17 March and you’ll find an endless array of entertainment, comedy, drama, music and art scattered around Adelaide and into the suburbs and regional towns.