The world’s largest cabaret festival is back from 8 – 23 June featuring more than 330 artists from five counties in 52 performances.
Credit Union SA and the SALA Festival are partnering together to encourage South Australian schools to participate in the annual SALA Festival in August with a range of school art prizes on offer.
If you are a fan of the TV series Black Mirror then you should be interested in Rebecca Meston’s live performance If You Can Learn To Fake Authenticity You’ve Got It Made
The Pearl Fishers is a remarkable opera. Written by Georges Bizet when he was 24 years old, it has freshness and a feel of other worldliness.
Port Adelaide’s Winterfest will come back this year bigger and better after the overwhelmingly positive response last year.
This re-vamped version of the production was first produced in 2011 with mixed reviews. As with all shows changes will be better received by some and although they do not significantly change the show the difference is noticeable.
The extremely well-known musical version of Victor Hugo’s classic novel finally comes to the beautiful sea-side location of Victor Harbor.
South Australia’s most prominent, emerging Aboriginal artist, Jade Torres is set to launch Four Generations – A Utopia Family Affair Launch for Pwerle Gallery this week.
Break out the Veuve Clicquot! We’re in Oyster Bay, Long Island, it’s 1938, and Tracy Lord is getting married to her fiancé, George Kittredge. No expense spared.
The Adelaide Cabaret Fringe Festival today announced a melting pot of a cabaret program, with a robust collection of styles and influences from a stunning range of local emerging stars and established international performers for its 11th annual festival.
The SA screen sector is anticipating a huge jump in Hollywood productions taking place here in our cosy city. This Federal Government is going to push a competitive AUD$140million Location Incentive Fund that will attract huge production companies to film Australia wide but specifically SA.
“If a book is well written, I always find it too short.” Jane Austen’s infamous words find new meaning in the State Theatre Company’s bold production of Sense & Sensibility, adapted by Kate Hamill.
Australian academic, Professor Talbot, is teaching at Columbia University in the hectic and fearful post-9/11 America. With many Americans criticising and discriminating against their perceived enemy, Talbot publicly draws similarities between America’s current societal culture and that of 1930’s Germany.
The publicity describes this production as a dark comedy about the dark ages! That about sums it up nicely, with the emphasis on comedy. Michael Hollinger has written a play about moral dilemmas – we all face them – the concept of doing the right thing for the wrong reason.
Done in one 75-minute sitting, its plot centres on the horror of a child accused of murdering a toddler. Did she do it? And if she did, what were the reasons?
If you love Star Wars, you’ll want to see this.
The ultimate road trip guide to cruising around South Australia and checking out all the large format art that’s popped up over the years!
This is a work for lovers of Hockney, of art in general and of good documentaries. It is an astonishingly engaging piece of film.
Born Yesterday was written at the end of WWII but could have been written yesterday: the bombastic, bullying, misogynistic Harry Brock could easily be mistaken for a pre-presidential Donald Trump.
Today Disney Theatrical Productions confirmed its hit Broadway musical Aladdin will come to the Adelaide Festival Theatre in April 2019.