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.
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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.
Film fiends, this one’s for you!
Grant Denyer has long been a notable face on Australian television. Looking at his 3rd Gold Logie nomination we sit down to talk about the Logies, his new show, Ellen DeGeneres, and much more.
Adelaide’s always been crazy about space, but now we have the chance to get up close and personal with some of the many influential people that make it possible to learn about the world beyond Earth.
In the newly developed Festival Theatre complex, the stage was set and the energy palpable. Each year, the Variety Gala showcases the best of the Adelaide Cabaret Festival, and this year was no exception.
The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society is thoroughly enjoyable film. A sure hit with romance gurus and plenty of substance and style to entertain all other film goers too.
But don’t be fooled by the Englishness and gentleness: this is an intense, strong and somewhat harrowing tale.
This is gripping theatre without a momentary lag or missed beat.
Anne Sofie von Otter has the voice and the stage presence to move armies.
This was a terrific, value-for-money show, presented with tightness, energy and passion.
This beautifully put-together show is absolutely what cabaret should be.
Andy Seymour performs as Buddy Diamond, the crooner who’s “so cool, he’s hot”.
Are you ready for the Fringe to take their 2018 Parade up a level? We’ve got the scoop on what’s in store.
This gig was one of the big successes of the 2017 Fringe, selling out, and taking both the band and Rob Pippan, by surprise. Pippan has taken a punt in reprising this performance and the punt has paid off.
This is a beautiful, beautiful film. It is humorous, and gently dramatic, and real, and moving, and important. It will stay with you for days, weeks, the rest of your life. It is a testament to the power of cinematic under-statement.
Menashe opens up a private world of religion rarely available to most audiences, and puts its many trials and tribulations on show. It is an insightful film, cleverly presented to the audience in a style that is well worth the film experience.
Small-screen genius Aaron Sorkin, makes his big-screen directorial debut with a surprising and complex story.
Rumoured to be Day-Lewis’s last film, he shines as Reynolds Woodcock, the society couturier who fears he is doomed in love.