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Friends of the Library author event - Tim Reeves on The Death of Dr Duncan

Reeves pulls together the complex strands of police investigation, coroner’s inquest, New Scotland Yard inquiry, trial, and gay law reform initiatives in the State triggered by the unresolved murder of Dr Duncan by drowning in the Torrens in 1972 .

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Lunchtime Concert - Still Falls the Rain

An important and pronounced program of works for oboe and piano, presented by two of Adelaide’s finest musicians, Celia Craig and Michael Ierace.

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In Pieces - a new musical

Set in New York City, In Pieces reflects the romantic journeys of a group of individuals, as they look back on their chosen paths and partners along the way. These pieces come together to create a universal remembrance of what it’s like to be young and learning in love.

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Baroque Academy

An exciting program of concerts and events presented by Adelaide Baroque and the Elder Conservatorium of Music.

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Lunchtime Concert - Jazz Award Winners

All jazz is cool, but for a period in the 1950s the dominant style of jazz was actually known as ‘Cool Jazz’. Under the direction of Dr Jyndon Gray, the 2022 Helpmann Academy Jazz Award winners come together to play ‘Cool Jazz’ celebrating music made famous by Paul Desmond, Dave Brubeck, Miles Davis, Gerry Mulligan, Chet Baker and the Modern Jazz Quartet.

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Lunchtime Concert - The Viennese Connection

Koželuch’s short sonata in G represents just a snapshot of his 50 solo keyboard sonatas, which rank alongside those of Haydn and Mozart. While most late eighteenth-century duo sonatas were conceived for solo keyboard with a violin accompaniment, the sonatas here by Mozart and Schubert place both instruments on a much more level footing.

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Friends of the Library author event - Molly Murn

Heart of the Grass Tree is a story of family pulled apart by the death of a grandmother but reunited through her legacy of stories, poems, and paintings which unearth a connection to Kangaroo Island’s early history, of early European sealers and their first contact with the Ngarrindjeri people.

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Hugh Stretton Oration

Join the Stretton Institute for its Annual Hugh Stretton oration. This year's orator is Natasha Stott Despoja AO, an Australian politician, diplomat, gender equality advocate, non executive director and author. Natasha is a member of the UN Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW), an alumnus of the University of Adelaide and in 2021 was the proud recipient of an Honorary Doctorate.

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A Midsummer Night's Dream

“The course of true love never did run smooth...”
Oberon and Titania are fighting (again) and it is all about to come to a head. Into their forest have wandered a group of amateur actors, with more enthusiasm than talent, who are about to get caught up in the royal row, with hilari-ass results.
Come join us in the Little Theatre where reality and fantasy meet, for a night of steampunk somnambulism, before this dream becomes a nightmare.

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The Noodle Cup

You've never had instant noodles like this before. Head to the Cloisters between 12.00 pm and 6.00 pm this Friday 6 May for a substantial and satisfying noodle dish. With free entry and food just $5 per serve, it’s a Tasting Australia event foodies and students alike will love.

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