For those wanting something different and outside their comfort zone, this package is the perfect choice.
Author Georgina Smerd
A beautiful and somewhat quirky depiction of Van Gogh’s final years.
This Kenyan-based, coming-of-age film is a refreshing change from the commercial stream out of Hollywood.
Yann Gonzalez pays homage to exploitation and slasher films while still finding room for emotional distress.
Vitaly Mansky’s personal and intimate portrait of the meteoric rise of Vladimir Putin.
It is definitely worthwhile digging into the buffet of world-class short films gracing our screens at this year’s Adelaide Film Festival.
Tackles the complex topic of gender transition with the utmost delicacy.
For those who missed 24.one last year, the unusual concept of this mini theatre festival is (in short) that, after randomly being assigned their topics and rules at the launch party of the festival, five teams of playwrights, directors, actors and technicians must band together to create a one-act play each, only 24 hours later.
In a portrayal of the classic Australian book, Picnic at Hanging Rock brings to life the mystery of the fateful day that saw three young girls and their teacher go missing in the rough Australian bush.
This light-hearted comedy will bring a smile to your face.
In the beautiful setting of 1950’s Havana, a hapless British salesman is thrown into the foreign world of espionage during the corrupt Fulgencio Batista regime.
For those who enjoy tortured romances set in attention-grabbing locations, this will be a winner.
Perplex is a contemporary take on absurdist theatre as it plays musical chairs with its varying unusual characters in a performance like nothing you’ve seen.
A disturbing portrait of the evil corruption that is rampant among those in power.
A classical guitar masterclass spanning subgenres, from minimal Brazilian rock to traditional Flamenco melodies, this show provides an up-beat guitar performance that will have you mesmerised from start to finish.
Kaki King provides an electric performance like no other at the Adelaide Guitar Festival with her imaginative approach to what creative solo performances can be.
Typical of the Adelaide Guitar Festival, Beijing Guitar Duo and Marko Topchii is a cultural and musically diverse performance, bringing together an assortment of world-class songs from various countries, cultures and composers.
Absurdist theatre at its most unusual, The Goat, or Who is Sylvia? provides a peek into the true feelings and unspeakable thoughts that plague the otherwise ordinary families of American suburbia.
Like most years, Scotch College brings to the stage a high standard of youth theatre with this year featuring the much-loved, pink-themed production of Legally Blonde: The Musical.