Five world premieres, 20 Australian premieres and 22 events exclusive to South Australia are en route…
Adelaide’s go-to destination for what’s on, and where to go, has just levelled up, with the one of Australia’s best food writers joining the team.
Settle in for a leisurely five courses of French food from chef James Bodroghy (complete with fromage).
Barossa Gourmet Weekend will take place over the final weekend of Winter from Friday August 31st to Sunday September 2nd. Winter Reds has passed so turn to the Barossa for a weekend of wine, artisanal food, picturesque views and more wine.
20 years later, and Aussies are even more in love with Harry Potter than they were in 1998. To fill this love, BIG W have dropped new Harry-Potter inspired pieces into it’s tween range.
A look into the Anna-Jane Cheney murder case. Cheney was an Adelaide lawyer murdered in the 1990s. Her fiancé, Henry Keogh, was found guilty and sentenced to life imprisonment, only to be released and have the charges dropped 21 years later.
A beguiling picture book with beautiful illustrations about Maud, an unconfident member of a clan of dragons who, by their magic, help the world transition from day into night.
Clear your calendars people. It’s finally time for Network Ten’s highly addictive series of The Bachelor to return.
After South Australian wine hit it out of the park at the recent KPMG Sydney…
How do you fit over 50 years of music into a 2 hour concert without simply making it a ‘Best Of” experience? Well, if you’re an artist of the magnitude of Bob Dylan, anyway you damn well please!
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.
Parlour Lane Popcorn Company has joined up with Event Cinemas to bring a new range to Adelaide.
A top-flight former foreign correspondent is sent to a drought-ridden, dying rural town to write an anniversary piece investigating how the town is coping one year after a young priest shot five men dead from the steps of his church.
The guitarist’s guitarist, Albert Lee, hasn’t been to Australia for many a year. So this tour, for his 75th birthday, has been long-awaited by musical fans.
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.
Eve Forrester escapes a loveless marriage in 1948 and journeys to the French Riviera after a mysterious bequest is left in her name but, while she rubs shoulders with the rich and famous, rivals to her unexplained fortune begin to emerge. Rivals who want her out of the way.
With the upcoming anniversary of World War One this is a timely production and covering an oft-forgot section of the people who suffered through those dark days. Based firmly in the Adelaide Hills it reminds us of the difficulties faced not only by the men who marched away but also those who were left behind.
A short recipe book focussing on Bengali Hindu cooking, making a distinction from the usual Indian fare found in other cookbooks and restaurants.
A moving and fascinating account of the gruesome post-WWI search for some of the 45,000 Australians who had died in France and Belgium, in order to bring closure to families and to provide the fallen with a fitting burial.
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.