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Festival of Small Halls Australia Autumn: Port Fairy Folk Festival – National Folk Festival

6 March - 13 April
Townsville Townsville, Queensland Australia + Google Map

Scotland’s Paul McKenna has long been ranked among our finest younger singersand songwriters, armed with a powerful yet intensely emotive voice and passionate social conscience. He and his band – comprising Conor Markey (banjo/bouzouki/guitars) and Ewan Baird (percussion) – draw on both Scottish and Irish roots, in a dynamic, full-bodied array of original and traditional material, […]

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Port Fairy Folk Festival

6 March - 9 March
Port Fairy, The village of
Port Fairy, Victoria Australia
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The Port Fairy Folk Festival was established in 1977. Since that date it has grown to become one of the most regarded festivals both in Australia and on the international festival network. The festival has won numerous awards and has been inducted into the Australian National Tourism Hall of Fame. Port Fairy Folk Festival is […]

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6 March - 9 March
Botanic Park, Adelaide, Plane Tree Dr
Adelaide, South Australia Australia
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WOMAD 2020

WOMADelaide is an annual four-day festival of Music, Arts and Dance, which was first held in 1992 in Botanic Park, Adelaide, South Australia. Part of the WOMAD festivals organisation, WOMADelaide aims to excite, to create, to inform and to highlight awareness of the worth and potential of a multicultural society. The festival encourages people to […]

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9 March
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An event every day that begins at 12:00 am, repeating until 15 March 2020

The Garden of Unearthly Delights, Rundle Park, CNR Rundle RD and East TCE
Adelaide, SA Australia
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$20 – $30

After it’s award winning run at the Edinburgh Fringe 2019 the Thunderstruck play will be performing at Perth and Adelaide Fringe in 2020. The play centres around one Fife boy’s journey into bagpipes, it’s strict traditions and revered history and how a bin-man from Perth rocked the bagpiping world to it’s core and changed Scottish […]

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Memories of Scotland Exhibition

1 February @ 10:00 am - 24 May @ 3:00 pm AEST
Bankfoot House, 1998 Old Gympie Rd
Glass House Mountains, Queensland Australia
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Bankfoot House Heritage Precinct is proud to partner with A Year of Scotland in Australia in a yearlong celebration of Scottish heritage and pioneer houses in Australia. A curated display featuring objects from the Bankfoot House collection celebrate the Scottish lineage of Mary and William Grigor and their families. Go on a journey of discovery […]

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A Celtic Affair – Scottish Concert

8 March @ 2:00 pm - 9 March @ 4:30 pm AEST
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An event every day that begins at 2:00 pm, repeating until 8 March 2020

The Pioneer Theatre, 12-14 Pennant Street
Castle HIll, NSW 2154 Australia
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$18 – $35

A 2 hour Scottish spectacular of music, dance and song Featuring Ms Eileen McCann - Singer, guitarist, violinist Award winning Governor Macquarie Memorial Pipe Band The Outlander Highland Dancers

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2:00 pm

Mouthpiece at Adelaide Festival

9 March @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm AEST
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Odeon Theatre, 57a Queen Street
Norwood, SA 5067 Australia
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It’s rare indeed for a local play to blow the international competition out of the water in Edinburgh at festival time, but in 2019 that’s what Kieran Hurley’s sensational two-hander did. Its premise seems simple: Libby, a middle-aged, middle-class playwright has not picked up a pen in years and, roundly rejected by London’s artistic establishment, […]

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