Kosky and his multi-award-winning opera company, the Berlin-based Komische Oper will make a triumphant return to the 2019…
Whether you’ve got a poodle that’s into pop art or an art deco-loving American bulldog, the Pawsome Art Trail is the perfect adventure for you and your cultured furbaby. Go for a stroll throughout August to spot the vibrant doggy bowls decorated by local artists and soak in the other pieces and installations while you’re there!
“Little Lives consists of 2000 non-fired ceramic pods, providing visual to the leading cause of infant death in Australia; stillbirth. Each pod is handcrafted and special, uniquely representing a little life lost to stillbirth,” says Celeste Foord.
Like most years, Scotch College brings to the stage a high standard of youth theatre with this year featuring the much-loved, pink-themed production of Legally Blonde: The Musical.
Emma Hack continues to bring new life to her portfolio, and the launch of her new collection “Collage” is another incredible step in her journey as an artist.
Set in 16th Century Nuremburg, the story explores the annual song competition and rivalries of the Guilds that controlled the city. Pogner, the goldsmith, will give his daughter’s hand in marriage to the winner of the song contest, Walther von Stolzing wishes to take part but fails to understand the archaic rules and regulations that surround the entrants. He is, of course, already in love with Eva. Hans Sachs, the shoemaker, schools him in the requirements and encourages the newcomer to share his ideas. This brings us to Wagner’s main theme, what is art and how do we define it?
The over arching theme of memory is used to highlight the conflict between the three sisters who are gathered for their mother’s funeral. No-one’s memory is the same, even to having doubts about whose memory is whose. These sisters are very different from each other and are dealing with their loss in a personal way.
In this board book edition for ages 4 or 5, the Little People, Big Dreams series looks at the life of Mexican artist Frida Kahlo whose works inspired by the nature and artifacts of Mexico.
With music and lyrics by the renowned Lin-Manuel Miranda, (The Heights, Hamilton) and Tom Kitt and Amanda Green (Next to Normal) Bring It On: The Musical is an exciting contemporary option for youth groups. The musical is very loosely based on the 2000 film of the same name and focuses on the competitive world of cheerleading and over-the-top team rivalries.
Based on the BBC television series, Civilisations, professor of classics at Cambridge University, Mary Beard, presents a look at art and history, and the intersection of art and faith, examining how we make sense of it all both in and out of its original historical context.
We’ve got some great news for all established and emerging artists, comedians, musicians and creative people—it’s only August and already The Adelaide Fringe is gearing up and ready to accept registrations.
Scotch College’s annual musical for 2018 is the ever popular and fun-filled ‘Legally Blonde’.
Winner of 5 Tony Awards, 7 Olivier Awards and Sold Out seasons wherever it plays, The National Theatre of Great Britain’s production of The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time has a lot of hype to live up to.
The 2018 South Australian Living Artists Festival (SALA) starts today with a record-breaking 9000 artists taking part in 700 exhibitions across Adelaide and regional SA, kick starting a month of colour, expression, imagination and creativity across the State.
Henley Beach. It’s a stunning summer spot, filled with cosy dining attractions and endless spots to relax by the sun. But if you thought Henley Beach was just a summer destination, think again – because SALA is coming to town this August!
Set in Vienna in the spring of 1986 Old Wicked Songs explores the relationship between a student and teacher. In this case it is a pianist who is forced to study singing with an unknown teacher if he wishes to continue his studies with his chosen professor. The characters have trouble communicating with each other but have a common ground in music.
Rhana Devenport Makes History, As She Becomes First Woman Appointed As Director of Art Gallery of SA
South Australian Premier Steven Marshall today announced the appointment of Rhana Devenport as the new Director of the Art Gallery of South Australia. The appointment of a woman to the role of Director is a historic first for the State.
A holiday resort in the bush, on the edge of an infinity pool, seems to be the most tranquil place in the world; a place where you can shut off from the world and clear your mind. That is, unless you are one of the three characters in the State Theatre Company’s latest fare, Creditors.
We all miss the Adelaide Fringe Festival—but pine no longer, because there’s an opportunity to satisfy your festival cravings with one of 2018’s hottest shows, ‘How To Drink Wine Like A Wanker’, complete with a wine tasting! But be sure to do so quickly, as this is the last last show before Edinburgh.
The acclaimed all girl rockers, Lez Zeppelin, have unfortunately had to postpone their July and August tours due to the ill health of their tour promoter, Wayne Kalil. Despite being given the green light by doctors, Lez Zeppelin are determined to have the whole team working for the tour so expect rescheduled dates in early 2019!