Events: Community

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

'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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Dave Court - Lollipop Land

Multi-disciplinary artist, and Fringe visionary, Dave Court further etches his name into RCC folklore with his reality-bending aesthetic and material experimental piece, Lollipop Land.

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Utopia: Baker Boy

Baker Boy is the freshest new Yolngu hip-hop talent from the Top End. Young, strong and proud Baker Boy raps in Yolngu Matha, the language of the Yolngu People of Arnhem Land.

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Moon Duo present The Lightship

Moon Duo bring their luminous new album Stars Are the Light to Adelaide, performing in The Lightship — a perception-shifting, visual environment light box helmed by visual projection artist Emmanuel Biard, and inspired by 70s discotheques and the psychedelic experience.

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Frankenstein: How to Make a Monster

Electrifying gig. Thrilling theatre. Tongue-twisting vocal gymnastics.

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Disco Conversion Therapy

Armed only with a crate of dusty records and dream, dancefloor anthropologists the Dollar Bin Darlings have dug into the forgotten archives for the real story of Disco.

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Tracks Through Weaving

Basketry SA Members' exhibition, 'Tracks Through Weaving', brings together all the strands of experience, skill and creative energy of each member by developing their own unique style, tracking through the discovery of the potential of natural and recycled materials, interacting and learning from each other and the wider world of weaving in other cultures, countries, and through time.

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