One September evening in 1785, the merchant Jonah Hancock hears urgent knocking on his front door. One of his captains is waiting eagerly on the step. He has sold Jonah’s ship for what appears to be a mermaid.
An epic full cast audio drama about famed Roman lawyer, politician and philosopher Marcus Tullius Cicero (circa 63BCE) who influenced so many with his writings, covering his early victories in the law courts and subsequent first marriage and retreat into Athens.
Fangirls is an upcoming original musical by Sydney playwright Yve Blake, under commission by the Australian Theatre for Young People. Set to premiere in early 2019, we are offered a rare workshop performance at the Adelaide Cabaret Festival this season.
CheeseFest+FERMENT has announced the festival’s “Master of Fromage”, Matt Preston, Food writer and MasterChef Australia judge. Matt will be in attendance as a special guest at the 2018 festival in Rymill Park.
Brunch and lunch lovers listen up! The newest joint in town is opening next week and it’s looking stunning!
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, despite not living up to a higher theatrical potential, is still a T-rex sized blockbuster
Glam Adelaide caught up with the Ziegler sisters in preparation for their brand-new tour which is heading down under later this month.
A light-hearted walk through each likely stage of a bad breakup for the craziest of crazy girls who are most likely to commit illegal acts in their fits of rage and grief!
Written and performed by Joanne Hartstone this cabaret show is fabulous – it’s entertaining, moving, amusing, has some great songs but more than anything it is thought provoking. There really was a woman who jumped off the Hollywood sign. Peg Entwistle jumped off the Hollywood sign in 1932. Although a successful performer on Broadway after less than a year in Los Angeles she was dead.
Johnny O’Keefe was Australia’s first rock rebel. There at the dawn of rock and roll music in the 1950’s, O’Keefe blazed a massive trail. Labelled ‘the Australian Elvis’, his wild ways cemented his place in local history. Australia loves a naughty larrikin, of which O’Keefe certainly was. His sometimes reckless behaviour eventually saw his career become derailed, but not from the hearts of fans.
For over a decade, Hans has travelled the breadth of Adelaide and beyond displaying his gift for outrageous outfits and high camp. With a dash of Danny La Rue, Julian Clary and others, Hans’ way with words have seen him shock and delight in equal measures.
Based on the life of the notorious criminal boss Kate Leigh, O’Donovan has written a show that captures the era and examines Leigh’s rise and fall in detail.
The wickedly sultry Carla Lippis returns to Adelaide with the Australian premiere of her acclaimed Edinburgh Fringe Festival show, Cast a Dark Shadow.
From a young girl on the mountain-sides of Peru to a Beverly Hills recluse, Peruvian songbird, Yma Sumac, is introduced to the audience through famed Australian singer, Ali McGregor.
There’s a cheese festival happening this July and we can already almost taste the deliciousness!
Clear out your early December schedule, Bon Jovi are returning to Australia and this time, unlike their 2013 tour, they’re coming to Adelaide!
How good, fluffy and well behaved is your dog? We only ask because The City of Unley is looking for humans and thier (well-behaved) puppers to visit local aged-care residents both one-on-one and in groups.
The Cat Empire returned to Adelaide as part of the Adelaide Cabaret Festival to play some of their classic hits, all to the delight of their adoring audience.
After recently refurbishing their bar, The Kensi are also taking their menus to new heights and showcasing off the new Corner Bar with their Sunday Sessions, complete with some awesome live entertainment and drink specials—what more could you want?
We caught up with The Presets to discuss their recently released album titled ‘HI VIZ’ and the tour kicking off this week to promote it.