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.
Browsing: Arts Festivals
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.
Get excited for the explosion of culture and festivities that will grace the Adelaide Festival Centre in October with perennial favourite OzAsia Festival which have given us a sneak peek into their 2018 lineup!
Port Adelaide’s Winterfest is back this year bigger and better after the overwhelmingly positive response last year.
This year’s SALA exhibition, Artists in Residence, supports our locals and Adelaide’s largest not-for-profit community housing provider.
Walker Books Australia has announced a ground-breaking collection of Young Adult (YA) short stories by LGBTQIA+ Australian authors.
If ‘Old Pros’ (in the theatrical sense) Pat Wilson and Adrian Barnes invite you to Grow Old Disgracefully with them, throw away your walking frame and do it! They are not just delightfully disgraceful but witty, charming, talented and very entertaining.
Adelaide Cabaret Festival sees Australia’s TV and stage favourite, Julia Zemiro, as Artistic Director in 2019!
Strap yourself in for one of the most bizarre and unusual rides of 2018’s Adelaide Cabaret Festival as Queen Kong takes her audience on an unforgettable journey through time and space.
If you’ve had the pleasure to see the Bailey Dolls, you have probably seen these guys. Often known as The Bailey Beaus in their alter egos of Frank Hartley and Chip Dalton, and this time accompanied by Alby Green,
Nosferatutu is a bizarre combination of cabaret spectacular and gothic pantomime, written by Tommy Bradson and directed by Sheridan Harbridge.
Mitchell has spent two decades with the character Hedwig, a creation built around his own experiences and those potentially connecting to other characters in the Hedwig’s world. His time spent with Hedwig hits the stage in an intimate set of personal stories around the evolution of the character and songs from the Broadway and film musical Hedwig and the Angry Inch.
This show is all about country, self, friendship and the sublime voices of Archie Roach and Tiddas.
Wayne Brady is an American comedian, singer, actor and TV host. From talk shows, comedy sketch series and films, he has done it all. A ‘Jack of all trades’ in every sense of the word, his skills has seen him win several Emmy Awards and a coveted Tony Award. To achieve all that takes some doing and he has reached great heights in popularity in his home nation.
Ladies and gentlemen, he’s back! The saucy European cabaret star, Sven Ratzke, returns to the Adelaide Cabaret Festival to present audiences with the many mischievous pleasures of his new show, Homme Fatale.
Do you love a full-bodied cab sav, or a fruity pinot noir? Is a crisp riesling more your style, or do you enjoy citrusy chardonnay? Whatever you flavour, the Hot 100 Winter Harvest Festival has got you covered.
Extreme weather conditions this January meant that Longview Vineyard postponed their annual street art event—The Piece Project. But as promised, it’s back!
Do you love the sweet, sweet sounds of acoustic, full-bodied, twangy or harp-like guitar? This…
Patti LuPone propels into Don’t Monkey with Broadway, a song that reflects back on the iconic strip with love, and turns to the future with a shudder. It would wrong though to assume that what follows is just a nostalgia trip. LuPone’s voice flows through the years like a river, and collects up some gems that might have otherwise been forgotten. This is a brilliant show from the greatest of the great.
Meet Carmen Frida Leon Davidovich – the fictional love child of the famed Mexican artist, Frida Kahlo and Russian revolutionary and Communist, Leon Trotsky. She is sensual, intelligent, audacious and wry, and she is also intersex, having been born with both male and female genitalia.