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troublemag | February 17, 2018

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Cassandra Scalzi

AdeLOUD November 2013

November 1, 2013 |

by Cassandra Scalzi


Adelaide is always about feasting … especially in November with our home grown Feast Festival which kicks off on the 9th of November. Feast is a community arts and cultural festival, completely grassroots in fact, with … Read More

AdeLOUD October 2013

October 2, 2013 |


by Cassandra Scalzi


If you are still having serious withdrawals from the South Australian Living Artists Festival, then hop over to Kangaroo Island this month from the 4th to the 13th, when wineries, galleries, studios, workshops,  restaurants and … Read More

AdeLOUD September 2013

September 2, 2013 |

by Cassandra Scalzi


This month we go directly to Port Adelaide. No, not our often, famous losing football team, whose fans seem to get a bad rap for some reason. Team sport is one thing in this state; art … Read More

AdeLOUD August 2013

August 6, 2013 |

by Cassandra Scalzi


August is art month in South Australia. Recognised as the largest and most innovative community based, visual arts festival in Australia, The South Australian Living Arts Festival, known as SALA (yes, we celebrate the living; we … Read More

AdeLOUD by Cassandra Scalzi

July 2, 2013 |

This month, Adelaide lovers of tutus and elegant swans will see the world’s most famous and beloved ballet, Swan Lake, return to its roots with a new, yet traditional, production by The Australian Ballet of Stephen Baynes’ recent interpretation to … Read More

AdeLOUD by Cassandra Scalzi

July 1, 2013 |

I cannot help but wonder if it is only in Adelaide where it is not uncommon for a man to drive down onto the beach with his big pet python, get out and walk up and down attracting a crowd, … Read More

AdeLOUD by Cassandra Scalzi

May 1, 2013 |

The madness of March may be well behind us, but let me say, things still seem quite crazy around here in the City of Churches, or maybe it’s just me? No, definitely not. Puppets don’t lie, nor do proprietors of … Read More