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1st August - 31st August

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Art Over Apathy: Kat Coppock:
Paper Trail Exhibition
1st - 31st August Tues - Sat 10am - 1pm

 

An ephemeral paper-trail winds through emotion, fantasy, and reflection in a time of social collapse. In "Paper Trail" Kat Coppock continues works in mixed media to explore interior responses to external forces. Through the fragile yet adaptable medium of paper, inner dialogues inspired by climate change, politics, heart break, and balance in a world of chaos are given form and symbolism, leaving a paper-trail of personal experiences.
Outside of listed opening hours, the exhibition can be viewed when performances are on – checkout link for more details.

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"Paper Trail" by Kat Coppock & "Treebark portraits, landscapes, and seascapes" by Patrick Pearson
28th August 7pm

Come celebrate the closing of SALA and the end of our exhibitions with us at The Goodwood Theatre and Studios! Complimentary champagne on arrival, snacks, and a chance to buy work from the artists in person.

Patrick paints vibrant and almost abstract 'portraits' in oils inspired by the bark of individual trees here in Adelaide and around the world, which on closer inspection hint at animal, bird, fish, human or spirit forms hiding in plain sight. The crisis of wild species' extinction and the loss of wild beauty informs all of his work, including his palette knife landscapes and seascapes.

If you can't make it to the party, regular viewing times and dates can be found here;

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Thanks to SALA Festival, The City of Unley, and Goodwood Theatre and Studios.

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3rd September - 3rd October

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Tutti: Greatest Hits Exhibition
3rd Sept - 3rd Oct
Opening Night 3rd Sept

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Opening exhibition for invited guests including a one-off performance from Tutti members and officially kicking-off the Goodwood Theatre & Studios COMEBACK Festival!

Find your funky groove and inner peace in one ultra-cool Art Exhibition! We have delved into our back catalogues to bring you an upbeat and bold compilation of hip works for Tutti Artists Greatest Hits.

 

These stellar artists have been carving out their place in the art world since 2006, with work exhibited in Adelaide, Minneapolis, Prague, Jogjakarta, Penang, and London…with some projected onto huge iconic buildings. Catch our drift?  

So, take a chill pill, we ain't just woofin' when we tell you this groovy collection of pop, dazzle, and jazz is sure to keep your eyes smiling. You jivin' yet? Peace and Love to You All.
 
Tutti’s Greatest Hits Exhibition is also accessible online through the Tutti Arts.

The artwork credit ~ William Gregory, Groovy Yoga Wolf. 

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Taylor Nobes:
Does it please you?
4th & 5th Sept 2pm & 7pm
Tickets $25

Award winning show "Does It Please You?" By Taylor Nobes guarantees fast-paced entertainment with never a dull moment. With laugh out loud comedy, original songs, music, dance and storytelling; we will try to comprehend the universal struggle of navigating our way through life. Brought to life by a talented cast -Taylor Nobes, Sam Lau, Hanna Instrell-Walker and Mikayla Rudd. "Does It Please You?" breaks the stigma surrounding mental health and creates conversation. A defiant war-cry against anyone and anything that makes you doubt your worth

 

"It is a captivating, hilarious, and deeply moving piece of theatre." - Adelaide Theatre Guide

Hilarious, vulnerable, powerful, and captivating "Does it Please You?" is an emotional rollercoaster. Join us as we embrace the grotesque and the beauty of being a human in this f**ked up world.

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Sam Scriver:
Waterbuffalo The Musical
10th - 12th Sept 4pm & 7pm
Tickets $21

After a sold-out Fringe season, ‘Waterbuffalo the Musical’ is back!

 
Sacrificial Gods, star-crossed lovers, and pagan rituals intersect to make a thrilling night of music, magic, and more. With everything from salsa to country music, it explores the depths of the imagination, discussing human nature, and challenging the boundaries of life as we know it.

An original work, written and composed by 16-year-old Joshua Blenkiron, the production team and cast are all teenagers, introducing an often-unheard perspective to modern theatre.

 

Not to be missed!

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Caroline Reid:
SIARAD
17th - 19th Sept 5pm & 7.30pm
Tickets $20/25

Tickets $20

A Blend of Poetry, Story and Humour with a Consistent Element of Surprise

Caroline Reid is a prize-winning poet and performer and two-time Australian Poetry Slam finalist. In SIARAD she plumbs the depths of intimate human relationships in this bold and unconventional new work. You'll laugh out loud and other times feel like you've been punched in the heart. Spoken word theatre at its best.

 

"So very good. Just wonderful. I'm so glad I could be there. I found it really moving." Tracy Crisp, Writer & Fringe Performer

"A great introduction to poetry and flash fiction for the uninitiated" Glam Adelaide. 
 

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The Paperboats:
Especially on Birthdays
Public performances 18th -19th Sept 2pm & 4pm
Tickets $15 (family of 4 $50)
School Performances 20th - 23rd Sept 10.30am & 1pm

For all school performances please contact Simone on

0401 066 339 or email simone@goodwoodinstitute.com.au

A wildly imaginative image-theatre performance for 3–10 year-olds and families, Especially on Birthdays recreates all the joys, excitement, and concerns of a pair of twins and a birthday that one of them doesn't want to have. Presented by The PaperBoats, winner of Adelaide Fringe Award 2020 - Best Children's Event.

 

"Excited intake of breath as the audience waited for the next piece of enchantment." Jude Hines – Review

TICKET LINK BELOW FOR PUBLIC PERFORMANCES ONLY