Whether you’re up for some laughs with your mates, or you want to practice belting out your favourite tunes for your next audition on Australia’s Got Talent, we’ve found the places to go.
Hold onto your seats and prepare yourselves for the return of South Australia’s BIGGEST plant-based…
It’s been a long five years since their last visit, but the Brit-pop revivalists have announced they’re heading our way.
The annual French music and food festival, So Frenchy So Chic, is returning to Adelaide…
Glam Adelaide had the chance to catch up with the one and only Rick Brewster, lead guitarist of iconic Aussie rock band The Angels, ahead of their Face To Face 40th Anniversary tour of Australia.
Quantum physics, geo-politics and teen rebellion crash headlong into one another in House of Sand’s Welcome the Bright World, an Umbrella production with the State Theatre Company of South Australia. Stephen Sewell’s 1983 play traffics in big words; big themes; big emotions.
Once again, Lavazzo Italian Film Festival brings us the best of Italian cinema and culture.
The ‘wineup’ for this year’s Hot Dub is spinning heads. Hot Dub’s spectacle Wine Machine…
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.
Spirits were high in our humble little city of Adelaide, for the second SOLD OUT night at Thebarton Theatre, where the hit sensation Vance Joy played.
Glam’s Jonathan Matthews chats to Alison Wonderland in Los Angeles, where she’s just finished up…
When Claudia’s grandmother dies, she is convinced to put the body in her freezer to keep claiming the pension cheques, even as romance begins to blossom between her and a romantically hapless Tax Police officer.
Australia is filled with lush greenery at every corner and we’ve got news of a particular corner between Greenhill Road and Unley Road that’s becoming an adventurers haven with the development of a Tree Climb Park!
Costume designer Wendy Cork talks about her latest project, Ladies in Black.
A quirky, fictional biopic of controversial billionaire, media mogul and four-time Prime Minister of Italy, Silvio Berlusconi.
When the King and Queen grow tired of their spoiled daughter’s selfishness, they seek help from a local, good witch, who strips the Princess of her outer beauty until she can rediscover her inner beauty.
An exhibition of stills from great Australia cinema, opens in conjunction with Adelaide Film Festival.
The moving and compelling true story of the clipper ship Ticonderoga, struck by plague as it was bringing immigrants to Australia in 1852.
The Adelaide Fringe Artist Fund has announced that they will be awarding a record breaking $106,000 in grant funding between 15 Australian acts for the 2019 Adelaide Fringe.