By Popular Demand: The Adelaide Festival Centre Story
It's all happened at the Festival Centre the night Marcel Marceau spoke on stage, the time Rudolf Nureyev wouldn't go on, when Richard Harris took to Adelaide's critics, when Dr Hook wouldn't stop singing, when Reg Livermore swore he wasn't coming back. From Winnie the Pooh to The King and I, the Festival Centre has shown the way.
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A perwrmance in 25 acts
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