The 2014 Adelaide Writer’s Week will feature speakers on heavy topics such as war, religion, euthanasia, and sexuality. Not to mention the flock of well-known fiction authors like Elizabeth Gilbert, Alexander McCall Smith, and Margaret Drabble.
Director Laura Kroetsch fondly called this event of over 90 writers the “Big Books and Big Ideas”. The event will be held at the Pioneer Women’s Memorial Gardens from March 1-6.
We can expect a lot of excitement from famous novelist Margaret Drabble. She will be speaking about her latest novel, The Pure Gold Baby, and will discuss the failures and success of the novel. Scottish novelists Alexander McCall Smith will also be there to feature his ever popular novels.
The Adelaide Fringe is the biggest Arts Festival celebrated yearly in South Australia’s capital, Adelaide. It usually features over 4,000 artists from all over Australia and the whole world. New artists, hit shows, and world premieres gather up in one place for the whole world to see. More than 900 events are presented in different venues like warehouses, parks, lane ways, theaters, cafes, art galleries, and hotels.
Adelaide Fringe kicks off with free celebrations like parade and parties. Comedies, cabarets, physical theater, circus, puppetry, visual art & design, film, and music can be enjoyed during the festivities.
Valentine’s Day is widely celebrated around the world. It is a day where almost everyone expresses their love to someone freely and outwardly.
Let us take a peek on how Valentine’s Day is being celebrated in different countries.