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Sweet as honey beats The fierce performers in Hot Brown Honey are proving that being on the edge is where true creativity is made. “It’s on the fringes where we critique the status quo, dismantling and redefining our identities through brilliant creativity,’’ fierce artist Busty Beats says. “We have created Hot Brown Honey as a space to tell our stories, to include each other, to work together and raise each other up.’’ Find out more about the Hot Brown Honeys by reading our Q&A here with Busty Beats. From Asia to Adelaide Adelaide Festival Centre’s OzAsia Festival has released its latest program featuring an exciting mix of theatre, dance, film, music, visual arts and literature. This year will see artists coming from all across Asia including the best contemporary artists from Japan, Singapore, China, India, Malaysia, Korea, The Philippines, Hong Kong and Indonesia. The 2017 festival program includes six world premieres, and 19 Australian premieres. Highlights include: The End: Experience the world’s first virtual opera, performed by cultural phenomenon Hatsune Miku, a vocaloid singer and one of the biggest popstars in the world. With a collection of more than 100,000 songs to her name and a world-wide legion of fans, Miku will perform her first ever opera The End as a feature event at OzAsia Festival. 3 & 4 October, Dunstan Playhouse In Between Two: Takes a male perspective of courtship, long distance love and cultural barriers. Written and performed by Chinese-Australian rapper/writer/spoken word artist Joelistics (Joel Ma) and Filipino- Australian songwriter/musician/producer James Mangohig, whose parents were pen pals – between Adelaide and the Philippines – and were married in Adelaide. They both bring their families’ stories to life via use of humour, photos and live music. 5 & 6 October, Space Theatre   The Ongals: Self-confessed grown-up babies hailing from Korea, these performers juggle mime, magic, clowning and music with…actual juggling, as they take everyday objects and transform them into a topsy-turvy beat-box of babbling hilarity! 7 & 8 October, Space Theatre Bookings: BASS 131 246 Listen to the music with ASO Adelaide Symphony Orchestra Principal Conductor Nicholas Carter is set to lead the orchestra in another rich and varied program that promises to let the music in and deliver something of appeal to everyone. Highlights of the season will include: George Michael: Listen to your Heart, 15-16 February, Festival Theatre in association with  the Adelaide Festival Centre. Beatles fans will rejoice when ASO and Let It Be Australia present All You Need Is Love, 23-24 March, Festival Theatre. Don’t miss the Master Series which features 13 of the great composers covering everything from Baroque through Classic, Romantic and the modern music of today’s eras. Bookings: BASS 131 246
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