Patch Theatre - Yo Diddle Diddle
from 12 August
Patch Theatre's Adelaide family season of Yo Diddle Diddle is opening in August at the Odeon Theatre Norwood. Exploring the theme of resilience, the fun-filled Yo Diddle Diddle is the first work by Patch’s new Artistic Director Naomi Edwards - who recently presented at the Hawke Centre, as part of our Art Talks series. Presented by Patch Theatre, and adapted from the book The Cow Tripped Over the Moon by Tony Wilson. This was the simultaneous story time book for 2017. Perfect theatre for 4-8 year olds - Patch Theatre are offering the opportunity to win a family pass - see their Facebook page for details.
17 August, 5.30pm
Marking its 10th Anniversary, the UniSA School of Law are hosting a new lecture series in recognition of The Honourable John Mansfield AM QC and his significant contributions to law and justice in Australia. At the inaugural lecture, hear from his honour as he considers the substantive and procedural effectiveness of the Native Title Act 1993 to date, including the assessment of compensation for Indigenous land rights taken away, and the challenges and options for future effective recognition of Indigenous land rights. This is a free public lecture and seating is limited. Please register through Eventbrite to attend.
Festivals, talks, demonstrations, forums, walks, performance and open days. There are hundreds of public events every year in National Science Week to attend in cities and towns right across the country.
The Graham F Smith Peace Foundation - Quiz Night
26 August, 6.30pm
The Graham F Smith Peace Foundation will host a quiz night, with Frances Bedford MP as MC, cost is $20 per person for tables of 8 to 10 guests. All funds raised will go towards supporting the Peace Foundation’s projects. Bookings are essential - pre-book a table place by emailing: email@example.com. More information about the Foundation and its projects.