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Rabbit fun at Palace Nova Prospect Peter Rabbit, the mischievous and adventurous hero who has captivated generations of readers, now takes on the starring role of his own irreverent, contemporary comedy with attitude.   With the school holidays fast approaching we have five family passes to giveaway to see Peter Rabbit  at the Palace Nova Prospect cinemas. For more details, click here Watch the trailer here: _Weidt08  Hello, it’s Lionel Richie Oh what a feeling, with Lionel Richie coming to Adelaide for a gig in Botanic Park this week. Along with dancing all night long with Lionel Richie and Chic with Nile Rodgers - Leo Sayer is also crashing the party this Saturday, April 7. Enjoy all of Richie’s hits including Stuck On You, Hello, Endless Love, Truly, Say You, Say Me and many, many more. Bookings Ticketek:  Guess who’s coming to dinner It's 1987. A pub bistro. Five lonely hearts. What could possibly go wrong in Andrew Bovell’s play After Dinner Dympie, Paula and Monika are on a girl's night out. They're dressed to impress and up for anyone... except maybe Gordon and Stephen, the nerdy no- hoper and alpha male at the table next to them.  There will be bad dancing. There will be worse hair. There will be truly excellent power ballads. As the carafes pile up and the inhibitions disappear, who will go home with who?  The brilliant Nathan Page (The 39 Steps, Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries) leads an hilarious cast including Jude Henshall (Mr Burns, A Post-Electric Play), Elena Carapetis (Summer of the Seventeenth Doll), Ellen Steele (Angelique, Girl Asleep), and Rory Walker (The Popular Mechanicals) under the direction of Corey McMahon  (1984).  Grab yourself a devilled egg, a champagne cocktail and get ready to party like it's 1989.   After Dinner  by Andrew Bovell, State Theatre Company, Dunstan Playhouse, 7 - 29 April. Bookings: BASS 131 246
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