Community singing event with live band, lyrics on the big screen, guest acts. Where you are the stars. New theme each month. Sing along to your all time favourite songs. Door prizes, bar facilities, snack platters provided. Theme for May relates to History Festival - lots of Australian songs old and new everything from Daddy Cool to Slim Dusty to Paul Kelly to trads and anons
Russian food, crafts, arts, music, instruments, displays and more
A day of English traditions, music session, Punch and Judy, Morris Dancers, Torch light Procession, Pageant Giants, Burning of the Wickerman and Evening Concert in the hall
The Medieval Fair will consist of a huge number of varied Stalls, including Armory, Wooden and Metal creations, Jewellery, Mead, Psychic readings, Clairvoyants and Mediums, Hand Made Crafts, Clothing, Theatre, Re-enactments, Hot food and Drinks Stalls too numerous to mention here. Enquiries 0409 655 019
In Our Own Voices Concert
as part of…..Exhibition/Book Launch/Concert
Presented by the Australian Migrant Resource Centre, the Middle Eastern Communities Council of SA and the Adelaide Festival Centre
This special evening launches a powerful new book about Middle Eastern Settlement in South Australia. The compelling photography from the publication will be displayed in an evocative and eye-opening exhibition.
The Launch will be followed by a vibrant and joyous concert of music, songs, dance, poetry and stories as people from Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq, Lebanon, Kurdistan and Syria express their own experiences of settlement in the face of adversity.
Saturday 24th March
Dunstan Playhouse Foyer
Book Launch and Exhibition Launch 5.30pm
In Our Own Voices Concert 7.00pm
(Book at BASS) Tickets $32/$26 (includes booking fee)
http://www.francesfolkgathering.com.au/ On the last weekend of February each year the tiny village of Frances on the Victorian/South Australian border opens its doors and hearts to folk lovers: musicians, dancers, poets, artists and appreciators.
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Good times for young and old with great food and free music, activities and children’s entertainment.
All Together Now
Saturday 27 January, 5pm – 10pm
West Torrens Memorial Gardens
1 Brooker Terrace, Hilton
Two stages with entertainment by Bortier Okoe, Golonka, Studio Flamenco, Fusion Beats, Moonta Street, The Bouzouki Boys and School of Chinese Music and Arts. Markets and art workshops.
Free face painting by Face Painters Ink and children’s entertainment by The Nylon Zoo.
Moroccan street food by Moorish Bites, ice cream by Naturas and coffee by Green Elephant Coffee.
BYO chairs and blankets. BYO food and alcohol permitted.
Local, National and international indigenous and first nation dance groups come togetrher for a special not to be missed celebration of traditional culture.
Presented by Talkinjeri Ngarrindjeri cultural group
Lumina Vocal Ensemble
Founded in 1999, Lumina specializes in discovering and performing music that is rarely heard. Ranging from Mediæval gems to masterpieces of the Renaissance and later, Lumina has also established a niche nurturing Australian composers, including performing dozens of world premieres.
Based in Adelaide, Lumina has developed an international following via recordings and the internet. With five physical and two electronic CDs published, & over 180 tracks available online, Lumina is listened to by hundreds of people every day & has over a million views on YouTube. Medieval music is particularly popular but contemporary Australian music also gets steady exposure. Lumina is committed to sharing wonderful music with the world, seeking out moments of magic & challenging listeners with new ideas.