Home' LOTL : Nov 11 Contents In the last issue of LOTL we published a round-
up of Feast’s female-oriented programming .
But this time we’re making it really easy for
you! There’s so much to enjoy and the Feast girls
would love to entertain you for a weekend, or
e ven longer if you have the time, so check out our
Feast Weekends Festival Planner below.
Just choose the weekend you like the best, or
come for a we ek and Feast will take care of the
rest. ClubFEAST members (you can join online)
can access great accommodation deals, and travel
packages are available through the SA Travel
Centre on 1300 655 215.
First weekend : 12/13 November – it all kicks
off but here are some highlights:
Pride March – led by the delectable Dykes
on Bikes. March on Saturday and join the Feast
world-record attempt – the world’s biggest queer
hug. Be part of history!
The Feast Hub - in Light Square opens for
business ! Emerging artist stag e, DJ stag e, a
splendid South Australian Bar and stunning
visual ar ts exhibitions.
Opening Night – the X-Factor ’s Hayley Teal,
show pre views, DJs, fabulous food and a carnival
atmosphere. A fantastic taster for the shows to
come and a great celebration.
Rosie Burgess Trio - a folk roots experience,
tastier than a home cooked meal – a one off show
Fri 18 to Sun 20 November – party, party,
par ty and the inaugural Community Weekend
Some of My Best Friends Are Single – by
Libby O’Donovan. S ee her ar tist profile. (right)
Girl Feast Fanc y Dress – for girls who love
girls. Party with the amazing DJ JoSH. Pink Sofa
hosts an appetiser in the Camp Site with Libby
O’Donovan right after her show.
Dykeotomy – USA star Kimberly. S ee her
artist profile. (right)
Dark Comfor ts – A girl glam-rock, burlesque,
cabaret noir re vue. Peddlers of filth celebrate
their love of the decadent.
The Dead Ones – Margie Fischer’s solo show
about memor y, family, and the power of objects.
Midsumma DJ Comp – this g reat fre e e vent
gets Saturday night’s party mood off to a wicked
Ballroom Bliss – Frock up and dance the
night away in the beautiful Feast ballroom. From
waltz to latin, quickstep and jive to your heart’s
CommUN ITY Weekend at the Hub – a
bonanza of free e vents during the day. Rummag e
at the OUTdoor g arag e sale, cruise the
community expo, chill at the wellbeing retreat
with the passionate and inspirational Heather
Frahn and browse the art market.
Fri 25 to Sunday 27 November – party on all
the way to picnic and beyond!
Turns Out I Do Like Sun Dried Tomatoes –
over the last ten years Melbourne’s Geraldine
Hickey has told a lot of dick jokes. S omething ’s
Working Class Sheilas – Jude Bowler in a
family drama of working -class life and strong
Starlets of Burlesque – Miss Burlesque
Adelaide, Chrissie Lyra LaBelle, in a de cadent
clit-tail of showgirl enter tainment and traditional
Picnic in the Park – set up camp under shady
trees, wander the wide variety of community
stalls and check out the Dog Show. Be serenaded
by local leg end Heather Frahn, and get down to a
live broadcast by JOY 94.9 and beats by DJ Lush.
This iconic e vent is gorg eous.
Picnic After Party – dance to beats from the
rocking all-girl DJ stage – featuring DJ ish. A
great way to wrap up the Festival!
A couple of mid-week shows for your
Up Late & Loose with Lori Bell a comic
conversation about being twenty something and
a massive g ay. Lori won Best Emerging Comic at
the Adelaide Fringe
The Great Feast Comedy Debate - Feast’s
theme is Coming Together but do we want to?
What do LGBTQ’s have in common? Do we
even like each other ? Queer comics tuck in to
this tricky topic.
Enroute to Modesty Lane – Cabaret act Annie
Sieg mann explores the way our own unique and
individual stories can bind us all tog ether. S old
out at the 2011 Adelaide Cabaret Fringe.
For the entire Feast menu, check out the program
guide at feast.org.au or pick up a program from
where you’d expect to find one. We can’t wait to
welcome you to Feast.
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Arts Film / Books / Music / Comedy / Theatre / Events
Adelaide’s Feast Festival happens 12 – 27 November so
now’s the time to get your Festival schedule together.
Get your Feast on
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