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    ThEATRE dAnCE muSiC Film ExhiBiTiOnS

    2O12 SuBSCRiBE & SAVE

    This year’s season opens with the sensational musical A Chorus line – a wonderful prelude to a very full cultural calendar including our three festivals; Adelaide Cabaret Festival, Adelaide international Guitar Festival and OzAsia Festival. in 2012 we have a number of new initiatives including; Sessions, a summer music series in the Space Theatre; dance and musicals on film; a fine music program plus a range of creative classes and forums for life-long learning.

    Children are welcomed all year, especially to our family programming and extensive ‘arts in education’ opportunities.

    And this year, when you subscribe to four or more shows, you can access discounted tickets to any show presented by Adelaide Festival Centre anytime during the year.

    We look forward to sharing the stage with you throughout 2012 at the heart of arts and entertainment in the city.

    Douglas Gautier CEO & Artistic director Adelaide Festival Centre

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    Cover: Architect’s impression of Adelaide Festival Centre’s aspiration as the heart of arts and entertainment in the Riverbank precinct

    hEART OF ThE CiTy

  • summersummer

    JANUARY 2O12 MUSICAL AUSTRALIA

    from 31 decemBer festival Theatre Tuesdays 6.30pm Wednesdays 2pm & 8pm Thursdays & Fridays 8pm Saturdays 2pm & 8pm Sundays 3pm

    2012 suBscripTion Adult A res $80-$95 concession A res $70-$85

    Premium $110-$119 A reserve $90-$105 A concession $80-$95 A groups (6+) $70-$95 B reserve $80-$95 B concession $70-$85 C reserve $70-$85 C concession $60-$75 Family $200-$300 GreenRoom $45

    Duration 2hr (no interval) Suitable: 12+ yrs

    ADeLAIDe FeSTIvAL CeNTRe IN ASSOCIATION WITh TIM LAWSON PReSeNTS

    A musical theatre classic that speaks to a new generation A Chorus Line is the musical for everyone who’s ever had a dream and put it all on the line.

    Winner of nine Tony Awards®, including “Best Musical” and the Pulitzer Prize for drama, this singular sensation is the longest-running American Broadway musical ever.

    Direct from Broadway this new Australian production premieres in Adelaide. Relive the hit musical numbers I Can Do That, At the Ballet, Dance: Ten; Looks: Three, The Music and the Mirror, What I Did for Love, One (Singular Sensation) and I hope I Get It. Book early to meet the new generation of triple threats!

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    Australian premiere

    Lyrics pre-show dinners available. Book at BAss. Refer p40

    “Still one singular sensation” New York Theatre Guide

    summer musicAL

  • sessions

    2 JANUARY 2O12 MUSIC

    A luscious line up of world-wide beats and treats

    sAT 21 JAn 6.30pm

    AdAm pAge

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    A multi-Instrumentalist whose live improvised compositions and endearing style has won wide-spread critical acclaim.

    sAT 7 JAn 9.30pm

    mounTAin mocHA KiLimAnJAro

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    This Japanese funk explosion returns after blowing us away at the 2010 Adelaide Cabaret Festival.

    fri 20 JAn 6.30pm

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    A JuLiAnnA BArWicK A visionary artist who creates captivating and moving orchestral/choral effects with live vocals and sampling.

    Wed 11 JAn 9.30pm U K

    sons And dAugHTers Raw and sensual, primal monochrome rock with a potent undertow of post- punk dance.

    fri 13 JAn 9.30pm

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    THe ideA of norTH rAdio sHoW ARIA winning a Capella group whose distinct sound and style crosses jazz, folk, gospel, pop and classical.

    sAT 14 JAn 9.30pm

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    Wendy mATTHeWs Australia’s first lady of song celebrates 21 Years Standing Strong performing all her hits.

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    Sfri 20 JAn 9.30pm

    cAsey donovAn Big Beautiful and Sexy Women celebrates the music of Aretha Franklin, Mama Cass and more.

    fri 13 JAn 6.30pm

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    cALienTe guiTAr Trio & THe BAKer suiTe Two of SA’s favourites take us on a musical journey through a landscape of storytelling, melody and guitar wizardry.

    sAT 21 JAn 9.30pm

    This 70s inspired Afrobeat ensemble will get you jumping with their deep grooves and avant garde jazz.

    sHAoLin AfronAuTs

    THur 12 JAn 9.30pm

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    ARIA finalist & Mo award-winner Michelle Nicolle joins Luke Thompson to perform the Sinatra & Fitzgerald songbooks.

    miKe sTeWArT Big BAnd

    Wed 18 JAn 6.30pm

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    A live eclectic mix of cult classics by Bjork, Nick Drake, Radiohead, Kraftwerk and more rearranged for strings. Duration 1hr

    zepHyr quArTeT cuLT cLAssics

    fri 6 JAn 10pm

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    Straight from Falls Festival comes one of the most charismatic performers in electronic music today.

    dAn deAcon ensemBLe

    THurs 12 JAn 6.30pm

    Pure flamenco at its best. exhilarating, enthralling, sensual and soulful.

    sueño fLAmenco

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    SWed 18 JAn 9.30pm

    Chanteuse Catherine Traicos and bass clarinet prodigy Philip everall combine classical and popular music.

    THe unnATurAL congress of sTiLL BeATing HeArTs

    fri 6 JAn 7pm

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    Stars of WOMADelaide 2011. This unique band from the steppes of inner Mongolia blends traditional music and modern rock.

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    Duration 1hr 30mins (per session) Suitable 12+ yrs

    prices from $19.95 per session suBscripTion prices AvAiLABLe

    6 – 21 JAnuAry space Theatre Bar open from 5pm happy hour 8 – 9pm

    Tickets available exclusively

    or Adelaide Festival Centre

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  • sessions

    JANUARY 2O12 MUSIC FRANCe

    19 JAnuAry space Theatre 6.30pm – Asa 9.30pm – Féfé

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    per session 2012 suBscripTion Adult $37.50 Concession $35.00

    Per session Adult $50.00 Concession $45.00 Student $45.00 GreenRoom $19.95 Groups (6+) $45.00

    ADeLAIDe FeSTIvAL CeNTRe PReSeNTS

    Raised in Lagos but now a rising star in France, Asa is the strident new voice of modern folk inspired by the sounds and messages of artists such as Marvin Gaye, Fela Kuti, Bob Marley, Sunny Ade and ebenezer Obey. Unafraid to tackle serious issues with intelligence and confidence, this charismatic songstress with trademark husky voice fuses contemporary soul, pop, reggae and funk with searing lyrics in both english and her native Yoruba language.

    Asa will perform with her impeccable band for one night only in Adelaide.

    Born in France to Nigerian parents, Féfé was a founding member of the French hip-hop collective Saian Supa Crew, and is known throughout the hip-hop universe as rapper and singer Fe2 or Feniski.

    In 2009 he released his acclaimed solo debut Jeune á la retraite (Retired Youth) and has emerged as a solo artist of consequence. Busting the boundaries of traditional hip-hop, his style weaves rap through funk, soul, blues, rock, catchy pop, even plaintive ballads.

    Renowned for explosive live shows and infectious feel-good beats, Féfé is a fixture on the French airwaves since collaborating with K’naan on the French version of Waving the Flag, during the 2010 Soccer World Cup. Guaranteed to get you jumping!

    Duration 1hr 30mins per performance Suitable 12+ yrs

    Two performances on the one night from WomAdelaide 2011 favourites

    Buy both Asa and féfé Adult $80 concession $75

    THur 19 JAn 6.30pm THur 19 JAn 9.30pm

    so frencHy so cHic Live! AsA fefe

    Tickets available exclusively

    or Adelaide Festival Centre

  • 17 – 21 JAnuAry dunstan playhouse 17 Jan 1.30pm, 3.30pm 18, 19, 20 Jan 10.30am, 1.30pm, 3.30pm 21 Jan 10.30am & 1.30pm 2012 suBscripTion All tickets $28

    Adult $36 Concession $32 Groups (6+) $28 Child $26 Family (2+2) $99

    Duration 1hr 15mins (incl interval) Suitable 3+ yrs

    ADeLAIDe FeSTIvAL CeNTRe PReSeNTS ROYAL NeW ZeALAND BALLeT IN

    AngeLinA BALLerinA’s Big AudiTion

    4 JANUARY 2O12 FAMILY/BALLeT UK/NZ

    This magical ballet performed by Royal New Zealand Ballet follows Angelina as she prepares to audition for the prestigious Camembert Academy. Miss Lilly prepares Angelina for her big chance to dance in front of the judges and, although excited about the possibility of an exciting new adventure, Angelina worries about leaving home and Alice behind.

    During her audition at the Camembert Academy, Angelina meets lots of new friends who introduce her to exciting new twists on traditional ballet, from jazz to hip hop. Will Angelina’s dream of joining the academy end in tears, or will this be an exciting new chapter in her life?

    Choreographer: Antony Dowson Music: Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky

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