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Womadelaide Previewed. Womadelaide 2001 [preview]
(The Adelaide Review, 2001-02)
It is February and the “off-year” for the Adelaide Festival, so it must be time for Womadelaide. This is the sixth incarnation -including the Pimba train ride and the McLaren Vale boutique version in 1998 - and expectation ...
Big World. Womadelaide 2001 [review]
(The Adelaide Review, 2001-03)
Womadelaide Mark Six has come and gone and its remarkable continuity is again assured. The key to its success is clear. It is well-funded, well managed and has a modus operandi that not only works but is shared by the ...
Global Appeal. Womadelaide [preview]
(The Adelaide Review, 2004-01)
Womadelaide will soon be upon us: from 5 -7 March, to be exact. And, yes, it does seem like only a year ago. Now an annual fixture, Womad, this year, is tucked under the wing of the Adelaide Festival- as it was for its ...
The World To Come. Womadelaide 2003 [preview]
(The Adelaide Review, 2003-02)
Womadelaide celebrates ten years next month and it is now a leading fixture on the city’s cultural calendar. In 2004 Womadelaide comes full circle. Established in 1992 for Rob Brookman’s Adelaide Festival of that year, ...
Affirmation For Tradition. Womadelaide 2004 [review]
(The Adelaide Review, 2004-04)
This year was going to be a testing one for Womadelaide. It was the beginning of annual stagings of the event and the first time, since inception in 1992, that it had been re-incorporated into the Adelaide Festival. Some ...
Gathering of the Tribes. "Big Day Out". Wayville Showgrounds. [review]
(Adelaide Review, 2004-03)
This year’s is the twelfth "Big Day Out". "Big Day Out" gives us the past, the modish present and always a glimpse of the ineffable future. "The Prodigy", "bridesmaids" in 1996, were the lords of all they surveyed the ...