Adelaide Festival Centre
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If you're into entertainment, drama & music, you might want to check out what's on at the Adelaide Festival Centre during your stay. Easy to access by tram - get off at Railway Station and walk through to Festival Centre. Adjacent to River Torrens and Elder Park - nice for a stroll.
Home of The Adelaide Festival of Arts and cabaret Festival plus venue for many other cultural, artistic and entertainment events. Only 3km away.
Even if you haven’t booked a show there is often a great art exhibition in the gallery and there are many bars on the linking walkway overlooking our “small” but important Torrens river.
Just go to the riverbank area for an excellent drink even if you don’t catch a show
The festival theatre hosts international performances, musicals and State Theatre plays. go to www.adelaidefestivalcentre.com.au to find out what is on.
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