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  • 📓The first writers have been announced for next year’s Adelaide Writers’ Week, which runs from 29 February to 5 March.
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International guests include Nigerian novelist Chigozie Obioma, Omani novelist and Man Booker International winner Jokha Alharthi, UK-based Chinese novelist Ma Jian, Greek economist and politician Yanis Varoufakis, US poet laureate Joy Harjo, US novelist Tommy Orange, UK writer Damian Barr and Ukrainian historian Serhii Plokhy.
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Obioma will feature at the festival’s opening event alongside Pakistani journalist Sanam Maher and writer and academic Tyson Yunkaporta. Hosted at the new venue The Workshop below the Adelaide Festival Centre, the opening event will explore change in a fluid world with the theme ‘The only constant’. The festival has also announced an expansion of its ‘Twilight talks’ program, and the return of its weekend for younger readers.
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The 2020 festival, which explores the theme of ‘Being human’, is the second to be directed by Jo Dyer.
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The full program will be released in January 2020.
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@adelaidefestival #AdlWW
  • 📓The first writers have been announced for next year’s Adelaide Writers’ Week, which runs from 29 February to 5 March.
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    International guests include Nigerian novelist Chigozie Obioma, Omani novelist and Man Booker International winner Jokha Alharthi, UK-based Chinese novelist Ma Jian, Greek economist and politician Yanis Varoufakis, US poet laureate Joy Harjo, US novelist Tommy Orange, UK writer Damian Barr and Ukrainian historian Serhii Plokhy.
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    Obioma will feature at the festival’s opening event alongside Pakistani journalist Sanam Maher and writer and academic Tyson Yunkaporta. Hosted at the new venue The Workshop below the Adelaide Festival Centre, the opening event will explore change in a fluid world with the theme ‘The only constant’. The festival has also announced an expansion of its ‘Twilight talks’ program, and the return of its weekend for younger readers.
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    The 2020 festival, which explores the theme of ‘Being human’, is the second to be directed by Jo Dyer.
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    The full program will be released in January 2020.
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    @adelaidefestival #AdlWW

  •  42  1  8 December, 2019
  • 👉🏼 VOLUNTEER APPLICATIONS OPEN 👈🏼
#ADLFEST and #ADLWW wouldn't be possible without our a-ma-zing volunteers!
If you want to join this group of passionate, pro-active, positive and committed people, we look forward to hearing from you!
To apply, check out the website in the Volunteer section.
  • 👉🏼 VOLUNTEER APPLICATIONS OPEN 👈🏼
    #ADLFEST and #ADLWW wouldn't be possible without our a-ma-zing volunteers!
    If you want to join this group of passionate, pro-active, positive and committed people, we look forward to hearing from you!
    To apply, check out the website in the Volunteer section.

  •  39  0  3 December, 2019
  • Summer reading list preparation for In Conversation with Amie Kaufman at 2020 Writers’ Week! #adlww
  • Summer reading list preparation for In Conversation with Amie Kaufman at 2020 Writers’ Week! #adlww

  •  241  10  29 November, 2019
  • I’ve been asked what are my top 5 picks for the Adelaide Festival 2020 - impossible with this program! - but here is a start. 😉🎭 1. Requiem : the must-see event of the Festival. 
2.  @operadelyon : The Great Fugue + three stars of contemporary dance. The answer to River Phoenix’s claim that ‘you can’t dance to Beethoven’. 3.  The Doctor starring Juliet Stevenson: straight from London, the most talked-about theatre event of the year. 
4. Cold Blood : unique ‘Nano Dance’ - will be a stand-out. 
5. @parovstelarofficial : electro swing - book early. .
Under-the-radar picks from Neil Armfield and @rlhealy1968 :

1. Kate Tempest - spoken word poet. Neil and Rachel secured her after the program went to print, which apparently is something they never do and sounds quite naughty. 
2.  Bungul: Gurrumul’s transcendent final album in song, dance and painting. 🖤

3. Dimanche: wit and creativity from Belgium (take the family). .
And don’t forget: .
Adelaide Biennial at  @agsa.adelaide 🎨
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Womad 🥁
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Writers’ Week 📚: incl Charlotte Wood, @whatawritersees , @mrdamianbarr , Yanis Varoufakis, Jung Chang, Bruce Pascoe, Julia Phillips, Tara June Winch and Chigozie Obioma. 🤩 I’ll need to do a separate list! 😆
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Adelaide Fringe 🎪
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I’m in denial about Christmas but ready for March. 🤷🏼‍♀️🙌🏼
  • I’ve been asked what are my top 5 picks for the Adelaide Festival 2020 - impossible with this program! - but here is a start. 😉🎭 1. Requiem : the must-see event of the Festival.
    2.  @operadelyon : The Great Fugue + three stars of contemporary dance. The answer to River Phoenix’s claim that ‘you can’t dance to Beethoven’. 3.  The Doctor starring Juliet Stevenson: straight from London, the most talked-about theatre event of the year.
    4. Cold Blood : unique ‘Nano Dance’ - will be a stand-out.
    5. @parovstelarofficial : electro swing - book early. .
    Under-the-radar picks from Neil Armfield and @rlhealy1968 :

    1. Kate Tempest - spoken word poet. Neil and Rachel secured her after the program went to print, which apparently is something they never do and sounds quite naughty.
    2.  Bungul: Gurrumul’s transcendent final album in song, dance and painting. 🖤

    3. Dimanche: wit and creativity from Belgium (take the family). .
    And don’t forget: .
    Adelaide Biennial at @agsa.adelaide 🎨
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    Womad 🥁
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    Writers’ Week 📚: incl Charlotte Wood, @whatawritersees , @mrdamianbarr , Yanis Varoufakis, Jung Chang, Bruce Pascoe, Julia Phillips, Tara June Winch and Chigozie Obioma. 🤩 I’ll need to do a separate list! 😆
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    Adelaide Fringe 🎪
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    I’m in denial about Christmas but ready for March. 🤷🏼‍♀️🙌🏼

  •  37  1  15 November, 2019
  • I found @imprintsbooksellers open late on Thursday night so treated myself to an impromptu #bookhaul . 😉📚 Excited to see these authors have just been announced for Adelaide Writers’ Week next March 🙌🏼. .
📖’Celestial Bodies’ won the Man Booker International prize ; 📖’The Yield’ has had great reviews and is a Guardian ‘Unmissable’ book; 📖 and I ❤️ Jung Chang - ‘Big Sister Little Sister Red Sister’ will be perfect for non-fiction November. Which one to read first? 🤔
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Coming up on #booksonthego 🎧
  • I found @imprintsbooksellers open late on Thursday night so treated myself to an impromptu #bookhaul . 😉📚 Excited to see these authors have just been announced for Adelaide Writers’ Week next March 🙌🏼. .
    📖’Celestial Bodies’ won the Man Booker International prize ; 📖’The Yield’ has had great reviews and is a Guardian ‘Unmissable’ book; 📖 and I ❤️ Jung Chang - ‘Big Sister Little Sister Red Sister’ will be perfect for non-fiction November. Which one to read first? 🤔
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    Coming up on #booksonthego 🎧

  •  47  3  2 November, 2019
  • It’s official babyyy!
We launched the 2020 Adelaide Festival program yesterday and it’s a ripper. Keep your eyes peeled for the rainbow programs around town to see what the team and I have been working on for the past months. 📷 @britpfeiffer .
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#adlfest #adlww #festival #music #theatre #art #dance
  • It’s official babyyy!
    We launched the 2020 Adelaide Festival program yesterday and it’s a ripper. Keep your eyes peeled for the rainbow programs around town to see what the team and I have been working on for the past months. 📷 @britpfeiffer .
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    #adlfest #adlww #festival #music #theatre #art #dance

  •  53  0  30 October, 2019
  • Stunning day for the launch of the Adelaide Festival 2020 programme. Every show is a must-see (which will be impossible 😂) and my diary for March is now full! Loved the audience reaction to the free opening night concert reveal:  @timminchin 🥰🙌🏼. .
I skipped straight to the Writers’ Week highlights 🤷🏼‍♀️ #booknerd - thrilled to see (among others) @mrdamianbarr ( You Will Be Safe Here); the perfection of @mrbenjaminlaw ; @whatawritersees ; Chigozie Obioma; Charlotte Wood; Jung Chang; and Jokha Alharthi whose ‘Celestial Bodies’ I’m dying to read. Swipe to see a sneak peek of the programme. 😉
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Will you be coming along to the Festival? 🎭
  • Stunning day for the launch of the Adelaide Festival 2020 programme. Every show is a must-see (which will be impossible 😂) and my diary for March is now full! Loved the audience reaction to the free opening night concert reveal: @timminchin 🥰🙌🏼. .
    I skipped straight to the Writers’ Week highlights 🤷🏼‍♀️ #booknerd - thrilled to see (among others) @mrdamianbarr ( You Will Be Safe Here); the perfection of @mrbenjaminlaw ; @whatawritersees ; Chigozie Obioma; Charlotte Wood; Jung Chang; and Jokha Alharthi whose ‘Celestial Bodies’ I’m dying to read. Swipe to see a sneak peek of the programme. 😉
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    Will you be coming along to the Festival? 🎭

  •  56  5  29 October, 2019
  • #adlww  Director Jo Dyer gives us an overview of the 2020 event as we engage with the world once again at Pioneer Women’s Memorial Gardens. @adelaidefestival #adlfest #madmarch
  • #adlww Director Jo Dyer gives us an overview of the 2020 event as we engage with the world once again at Pioneer Women’s Memorial Gardens. @adelaidefestival #adlfest #madmarch

  •  6  0  29 October, 2019
  • Our dynamic duo - Artistic Directors Rachel Healey and Neil Armfield unveiling their 60th anniversary present to Adelaide @adelaidefestival launch. #AdlFest #AdlWW
  • Our dynamic duo - Artistic Directors Rachel Healey and Neil Armfield unveiling their 60th anniversary present to Adelaide @adelaidefestival launch. #AdlFest #AdlWW

  •  14  0  29 October, 2019
  • The countdown is definitely on. Waiting for the program launch for the 2020 @adelaidefestival - a 60th anniversary celebration. #AdlFest #AdlWW
  • The countdown is definitely on. Waiting for the program launch for the 2020 @adelaidefestival - a 60th anniversary celebration. #AdlFest #AdlWW

  •  9  0  29 October, 2019
  • Sue Twedell and Jo Dyer enjoying MUD mid year cocktail party with guest author Jock Serong  @mudliterary #adlww
  • Sue Twedell and Jo Dyer enjoying MUD mid year cocktail party with guest author Jock Serong @mudliterary #adlww

  •  16  1  29 July, 2019
  • Enjoying MUD midyear cocktail party - Rachel Healy, Tony Parkinson, Jessica Love 
#Adlfest #adlww
  • Enjoying MUD midyear cocktail party - Rachel Healy, Tony Parkinson, Jessica Love
    #Adlfest #adlww

  •  12  0  29 July, 2019
  • Our new episode is up! Amanda and I read ‘At Dusk’ by Hwang Sok-yong, translated by Sora Kim-Russell. We loved this quiet novel set in Seoul. Lots to discuss and we can see why Hwang is a legend in Korea. This one was long-listed for the Man Booker International Prize 2019. 📖🎧 A great pick for the #asianreadathon and #celebrasian . 👌🏼What have you been reading?
  • Our new episode is up! Amanda and I read ‘At Dusk’ by Hwang Sok-yong, translated by Sora Kim-Russell. We loved this quiet novel set in Seoul. Lots to discuss and we can see why Hwang is a legend in Korea. This one was long-listed for the Man Booker International Prize 2019. 📖🎧 A great pick for the #asianreadathon and #celebrasian . 👌🏼What have you been reading?

  •  37  4  10 June, 2019

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