Amateurs is hilarious, moving, sweet, serious and utterly unpredictable.
Twelve women meet in a public toilet. They talk about men and the rites of relationships between men and women. Playwright, Maureen Duffy describes her work as a black farce, a style of drama derived from the medieval morality where the devil and all his works were often funny as well as fearful.
This Danish contemporary relationship drama, asks difficult questions.
Honey, let me tell you a thing… If you’re a fan of ‘schlong island iced teas’, boy do we have news for you! Mary’s Poppin is expanding! After two years of shenanigans and many martinis, Vonni and Wundes will be the hosts of Mary’s expansion, Thirstdays.
In the midst of these winter blues we’re sure you want something to look forward to, and it doesn’t get better than copious amounts of food, live music, a heck load of cool bars, rides sporting events and games. That’s right, Food Truck Carnivale will be held at Semaphore Beach this summer.
Forget winter, Oktoberfest is coming! Think, Pretzel eating, Hammer Throwing, Potato Sack Racing, moustache competitions, stein holding competitions, and of course litres of BEER!!
The Adelaide Oval is one of the most beautiful sports grounds in the world. And that’s not just us talking – plenty of experts agree. Along with drawing thousands of cricket fans every year, it now has a reputation as one of the best places in the country to watch AFL but there’s still plenty happening outside of game day.
The world’s premier theatrical ice skating company, The Imperial Ice Stars, returns to Adelaide starting…
Throughout the month of July, Raising Literacy Australia is hosting The Little Big Book Swap fundraising event across South Australia to encourage families to share books together and sponsor libraries.
This is a sumptuous piece of film-making. It is heavy-going in parts, darkly comedic, profound and exquisite.
This cabaret compendium is a well-structured programme of Lehrer’s satirical songs, both famous and obscure.
The Imperial Ice Stars have brought to Adelaide the story of Swan Lake in a very special way.
Danish actor Julie Christiansen is in Australia as a guest of the Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival.
This is a film which challenges, moves, excites, and asks more questions than it answers.
Aussie Electronic group Flight Facilities had a chat to Glam Adelaide about their upcoming Australian tour, what it’s like hearing their jingle every time they turn on a TV or browse YouTube, and much more!
Based on the classic book by E. B. White, Joseph Robinette’s adaptation of Charlotte’s Web is a one hour play version of the story with a reduced cast of eight who portray all the key roles. We follow Wilbur, the runt of a litter of pigs, saved from becoming ham by a young girl named Fern. When he eventually becomes too big for the farm everything seems lost – until he makes the acquaintance of a helpful spider, Charlotte.
Tea Tree Players Youth chose an unknown play for their latest offering. Written by John Rawson and Rob Smith, with music by Roslyn Jennings
From August 1st, Snugglepot and Cuddlepie will sit amongst their iconic bush imagery at Carrick Hill’s Close To Nature: May Gibbs and Australian Botanical Art, an exhibition of original and rarely viewed artworks by iconic Australian author and illustrator, May Gibbs.
Cook with confidence, dress to impress and be inspired by high achievers from the global vision-impaired and blind community. There’s all that and more in a special five-part series of lifestyle webinars launched today by South Australia’s Royal Society for the Blind.
Thousands of votes have been cast, and more than 300 Australian features – fiction and documentary – have been named as audience favourites in Adelaide Film Festival’s global poll for the top three Australian films of all time.