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The 2015 Adelaide Festival features 42 music, theatre, dance and visual arts events, and this hub is where you will find all InDaily’s Festival stories and reviews.

This year’s Adelaide Festival continues until March 15, with highlights including a concert of composer Danny Elfman’s Music from the Films of Tim Burton; Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet; multi-media robot romance Nufonia Must Fall,  and exhibitions of artwork by Bill Viola.

Also incorporated in the Festival program are Adelaide Writers’ Week (February 28-March 5) and WOMADelaide (March 6-9).

Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet. Photo: Paula Lobo

Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet. Photo: Paula Lobo

Festival reviews

Fela! The Concert

Unsound Adelaide

Blow the Bloody Doors Off

Remember Tomorrow – ASQ

The Experiment

The Cardinals

Beauty and the Beast

Black Diggers

Abdullah Ibrahim

Late Night in the Cathedral

Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet – Mixed Rep

Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet – Orbo Novo


La Merda

Jesus’ Blood Never Failed Me Yet

Richard Thompson Electric Trio

Nufonia Must Fall

Gavin Bryars Ensemble

Nufonia Must Fall.

Nufonia Must Fall.

Tafelmusik’s House of Music


Jack and the Beanstalk

Marilyn Forever – a chamber opera by Gavin Bryars





Beckett Triptych

Festival stories:


Blinc digital art. Photo: Tony Lewis

Blinc set to light up Adelaide

Hot tickets for the 2015 Adelaide Festival

A journey down river with Olwen Fouéré

Rare chance to witness Beckett’s genius

Robot romance unfolds live on stage

Beauty and the Beast: true love in the raw

Black Diggers headed for Adelaide Festival

Blinc: Artist makes the microscopic monumental

Adelaide Festival unveils 2015 program



Sinead O’Connor will perform at WOMADelaide.

Capacity crowd expected at WOMADelaide

Mad about WOMAD: Tips from a devotee

Margaret Leng tan: The seductive appeal of the toy piano

The Painted Ladies: Black protest songs back in spotlight

Live Live Cinema: Kiwi composer ramps up gothic horror

WOMADelaide 2015 to fill the senses – full line-up

Sinead O’Connor to sing at WOMADelaide

First acts announced for WOMADelaide

Adelaide Writers’ Week

The Book of Strange New Things – Michel Faber book extract

What Days Are For – Robert Dessaix book extract

Full Writers’ Week program released

Five Adelaide Writers’ Week books to read

Writers’ Week: Hugh Mackay’s The Art of Belonging

Margaret and Gough Whitlam: the love story

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