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Umbrellas at the ready Singin’ In The Rain returns to the Adelaide Festival Centre with a splashing musical production based on one of the most much-loved MGM American musical movies of all time.  Using a breath-taking “rain shower’’ effect with several thousand litres of water the production certainly makes a splash. Set in the days of Tinseltown, Singin’ In The Rain brings back a bygone era of romance, innocence and timeless entertainment. Singin’ In The Rain opens at the Adelaide Festival Centre on December 1. Bookings: BASS 131 246 For a chance to win tickets to this glorious production of Singin’ In The Rain, click here Colourful French market The Alliance  Française  d’Adelaïde  will present a weekend of all things French on  Friday 18  and Saturday 19 November  at the  Bonjour Adelaide French Market  to be held in the leafy  Unley Soldiers’ Memorial Gardens,  Unley Road and Thomas Street, Unley. Bonjour Adelaide French Market  offers an opportunity for lovers of France, French style and culture to fill their baskets with French-inspired gourmet produce and goodies for festive celebrations and Christmas gifts. The Market is a colourful family affair, with popular French music and entertainment, cooking demonstrations, children’s activities and much more! The event will also showcase businesses displaying their French and French- themed goods, from cheese and wine, to clothes and perfume. A Market highlight is the raffle offering a chance to win a  Trip for Two to France, thanks to Singapore Airlines, plus accommodation in Paris. Other wonderful prizes include French cookware and champagne. The French market is a free event. Circus razzle dazzle Michael Boyd’s dazzling Circus of Illusion will play under the Bonython Park Big Top until October 23 and will feature an array of awe-inspiring acts including Boyd’s The Scorpion. New York ringmaster  Ebon Greyman, formerly with  Cirque du Soleil, heads the line- up with his eccentric character- comedy. Find out more about Circus of Illusion here.
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