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Interview: Loon Lake Words: Jenny Nguyen Melbourne indie-rockers, Loon Lake, came to the nations attention in 2012 with their infectious release Cherry Lips. Touring throughout much of 2014, the band boasts a full length album with a more mature sound. Adelaide Uni Student radio director, Jenny Nguyen, spoke with Tim Lowe, Loon Lake bassist, last week to chat about the band’s musical j

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Protest Coverage: National Day of Action Against the Education Cuts Words: Jennifer Nguyen On the 26 March, the Adelaide leg of the National Day of Action Against the Education Cuts protest took place outside of Parliament House. Student representatives arrived early to put up banners. A group of students had gathered at Adelaide University’s North Terrace campus to march over to th

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Review: Green Porno Words: Yasmin Martin From the moment Isabella Rossellini walks onto the stage to a rousing ovation, I know this is going to be an evening to remember. Isabella Rossellini could star in a show in which she reads aloud from the White Pages, and she would still pack a theatre with adoring fans clinging desperately to every lilting word. This woman is all class. “We

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Review: Cirque De Gymnastique RED Words: Michelle Bagster The Cirque de Gymnastique experience was an unusual one to say the least. Over 100 performers, all athletes (almost all female, all ages and all amateurs* with varying levels of skill) under the umbrella of Gymnastics SA, performed acts displaying different gymnastic fields and apparatus, including Mens Gymnastics, Womens Gymn

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Review: Bel Canto Bowie Words: Jessica Martin   Bel Canto Bowie is appropriately indulgent for a performance of David Bowie’s repertoire in the Bel Canto operatic style. Woven into an outlandish plot in which two 18th Century Italian choirgirls discover a Bowie record and go on a journey of musical discovery, these covers are creative, endearing, and technically fantastic. The

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Review: La Leçon Words: Jessica Martin   La Leçon, spoken in French with minimal English surtitles, is a production of the well-known Théâtre de L’absurde play. True to the original script by Eugène Ionesco, the play is quite challenging, with graphic violence and metaphors for sexual assault. Despite making light of gender-based pow

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