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Spectacular Saturday fun It may be cold outside, but the fun to be had at the Adelaide Festival Centre’s Something on Saturday shows is warming up the season. Every Saturday at Adelaide Festival Centre children and their families can enjoy live performances from just $12. Plus, there are free Foundation Kids Corner workshops too – so kids can take part in some arts and crafts. Awesome shows coming up include comedian Josh Earl’s fun new show Oliver Up A Tree and the Junior Proms featuring the fabulous Naomi Crellin and Adelaide Youth Orchestra with a delightfully entertaining collection of childhood songs and music. Read more here. Book at BASS 131 246 Aunty Donna to tour hard Comedy beast  Aunty Donna, has announced they'll perform a national tour of their April-released debut album, The Album, during October and November, and will play Fowler’s Live on October 18.   The Album Tour  follows the release earlier this year of 16 original songs written and performed by Aunty Donna, and  will see the boys heading out to rock venues across the country to recreate the experience.  Tickets on sale now at  Plenty of movie action Take time out from the everyday life and jump into some action at the movies this month. Hot movie picks for August include: Mission Impossible – Fallout: Tom Cruise has upped the ante again with the latest instalment in the Mission Impossible franchise. This time around, Ethan Hunt and the IMF team join forces with CIA assassin August Walker to prevent a disaster of epic proportions. In cinemas August 2 - Read Fallout review here The Meg: The most feared predator in history – is no longer history. In this deep sea monster, sci-fi thriller Jason Statham as expert sea rescue diver Jonas Taylor and his team must stop this pre-historic 75-foot long shark, the Megalodon. In cinemas August 16 The Equilizer 2: Denzel Washington returns to one of his signature roles in the first sequel of his career. Robert McCall serves an unflinching justice for the exploited and oppressed - but how far will he go when that is someone he loves? It’s all out action in The Equilizer 2. In cinemas now
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