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Review: White Christmas by the Northern Light Theatre Company Words: Alice Bitemead Directed by Sue Pole The Shedley Theatre, Elizabeth 18th October 2014   There is nothing quite like amateur theatre. A paradox of the usual theatrical landscape, the low-budget sets, inevitably dodgy fake accents, and choice cameos from Jean From The Bank and The Groundsman From Your Old High Schoo

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Fashion Icons: High Fashion Comes To Adelaide Words: Sharmonie Cockayne For 110 days, iconic designs by some of the greatest and most inspirational designers in the world will live in the wide, cavernous rooms of the Art Gallery of South Australia. No, it won’t be travelling. Yes, it’s just little old Adelaide who has the great privilege of housing over 90 of the most pivotal fashi

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British Film Festival opening: A Long Way Down Words: Alice Bitmead   Angsty 14 year old Alice, filled with the compulsion to spite the preachy community library staff by reading material they deemed ‘inappropriate for my age group’ read Nick Hornby’s A Long Way Down many moons ago and found it angsty and inappropriate for my age group.   22 year old Alice, p

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Forced redactions at Honi Soit after victim at USyd comes forward By Justin McArthur Trigger warning: This content deals with an account of sexual harassment and may be triggering for some people.  Yesterday afternoon, University of Sydney student newpaper Honi Soit published an article entitled “Uni fails sexual harassment victim”, which publicly named an individual that

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Ewe-nited Nations comes to Adelaide Words: James Lawler Photos: Matt Traeger Proving that Adelaide truly is Australia’s largest country town, punters walking through Victoria Square on Wednesday morning were treated to the sight of multi-coloured sheep being walked around a pen by people in suits. In an event organised by the United Nations Association of Australia’s SA bra

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Review: Miss Julie Words: Emma Doherty Miss Julie is an interesting choice for the University of Adelaide Theatre Guild. A play about the dalliances between an aristocrat and her servant, and the consequences, this play is like an episode of Downton Abbey if there were more unhinged emotional rollercoaster characters (and no Maggie Smith). Rosie Williams plays the titular character in thi

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