In a miserable year, the Adelaide Festival brought us joy

William Peterson, Julian Meyrick

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    Abstract

    This March, the Adelaide Festival has been both signal and signally needed. 2016 was an awful year, and 2017 isn’t looking much better. Man’s inhumanity to man proceeds apace, truth is under siege, and treasurers across the world are using their grandmothers’ false teeth for pie crimpers to make budget savings.

    Against this louring and dismal horizon, the Adelaide Festival has stood out as a blaze of hope, skill, diversity and fun.
    Original languageEnglish
    TypePerformance reviews
    Media of outputWebsite
    PublisherThe Conversation
    Number of pages10
    Publication statusPublished - 30 Mar 2017

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    Keywords

    • Adelaide Festival of Arts
    • Highlights - 2017
    • Performance reviews

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