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Reflection on a year.

This is our response to being deemed expendable. We’re working harder, making more art and sharing it with more people. This is our best response. This is the right response.

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People Power x 2

Last year things got a little dark and difficult in the world of arts funding. We wanted to find ways to acknowledge the generous individuals whose personal donations

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School Bookings open for Slingsby’s 2017 Premiere!

There is no doubt that 2016 has been a very interesting year for Slingsby but we are thrilled that despite these ups and downs we are able to once again invite Adelaide audiences into the premiere season of a new theatrical adaptation crafted by Slingsby’s team of wonderful artists.

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Nine lives.

Words can’t describe how excited we are to once again gather a team of incredible artists to craft a new Slingsby theatre experience. It will be joyous, meaningful and will fill you with hope.

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News Release: IPAY Selection

“The Young King by Oscar Wilde, is one of only 16 international productions chosen by a jury of professionals in the field of performing arts for young audiences, from a group of over 120 submissions,”

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Gratitude for a gift.

A new movement is underway in Australia. A wider base of personal giving is supporting a more diverse range of artists and arts companies. A next generation of generosity is recognising the immense value of a broader cultural voice for our nation.

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People are amazing.

Earlier this year we performed the world premiere season of Slingsby’s new show, The Young King, at the Adelaide Festival of Arts 2016. The season was sold out, extended, and sold out again. But then, with the smell of success still in our nostrils…

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A bit of love.

Late last week we received a wonderful email from actor, Tim Overton (The Young King), telling us how important Slingsby is to him.

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The sun loved him and warmed him as he worked in the days, but at night the moon laughed at him as it took his castles out to sea