Events: Music, arts and culture

125 years – Aboriginal Women’s Suffrage Exhibition

This exhibition features the creative talent of photographer Colleen Raven Strangways of Nharla Photography. Her contemporary portraits of Aboriginal women capture a determined spirit, resonant with the suffrage movement 125 years ago, and vital in the fight for equity for First Nation Australians.

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Cold War

Part punk gig, contemporary theatre, and political intervention; renowned international climate activist-artists, Doppelgangster, deliver a thrilling, hypnotic, phantasmagoric spectacle; blasting a light on the horrors of ecological disaster.

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Amanda Palmer: There Will Be No Intermission

The unapologetic front-woman of The Dresden Dolls launches RCC 2020 with her critically acclaimed one-woman show.

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RCC Cult

The RCC Cult Membership is your festival ticket to Utopia at RCC 2020. Your season pass to guaranteed express entry to all 11 nights at Utopia which grants you access to Dusk Till Dawn concerts and NEON along with a whole range of other RCC Cult benefits.

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From the dwindling light of day to the early hours of the morning, Dusk till Dawn is a place for those who want to lose their inhibition... A party, within a concert, within a festival

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Luminarium: Daedalum

Transport yourself into a world of radiant colour, labyrinthine tunnels and cavernous domes. 

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Cassie and the Lights

Can kids be parents? From the team behind the multi award-winning We Live By The Sea (Best Theatre, Critic's Choice and Peace Foundation Awards, Adelaide Fringe 2017) comes a funny and uplifting story of childhood and adulthood, responsibility and fun, accompanied by live original music and projection.

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Being Dead (Don Quixote)

A dangerous quest of literary theft, build-your-own identity and post-anarchy. Don Quixote is the softcore idol you deserve. A moving and sensational experience of queer thinking, failed heroism and triumphant femininity.

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'Passengers', by UK award-winning trans artist Kit Redstone and director Jessica Edwards, explores in ensemble the epic battles within the psyche and the beautiful power of the mind to protect itself, inviting you to see the self in a whole new way.

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RCC 2020

In 2020 we will again welcome RCC to the University’s North Terrace campus. University staff, students and alumni are invited to sign up for an exclusive benefits program.

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