This is an exceptional production, one of the finest pieces of musical theatre that I have seen in a long while, and it is most certainly well-deserving of full houses at every performance. If you are planning to see this show, and you definitely should be, don’t wait too long to get your tickets.
Have you ever sat in the audience of a cabaret show wondering how that could be YOU on stage? Or maybe you’ve performed cabaret before and want to develop and broaden your skills.
Whilst on tour with Paul Oakenfold and Chuckie before returning home to Australia for Summerdayze, Mim Nervo took time to speak with Glam Adelaide writer Gianni Borrelli.
In news that is sure to bring a smile to many a dial, US Hip Hop Rock superstars N*E*R*D have just been added to the Summadayze Adelaide line up… and are set to close mainstage 9-10pm!
Written and directed by award winning director, Tom DiCillo, this is a rather reverential documentary about the late 1960’s American band, The Doors, with the focus primarily on their lead singer and song writer, Jim Morrison.
Tempah was in London after headlining the annual Jingle Bell Ball and gave up some of his time to speak with Glam Adelaide writer Gianni Borrelli.
Grammy Award-nominated rapper, actor and poet MOS DEF has announced The Ecstatic Tour and now Adelaide will bear witness to Mos Def for the 1st time ever!!!
The Adelaide Symphony Orchestra’s Alfresco concert will bring the Adelaide Hills alive once again for the return of the highly acclaimed gathering of some of Australia’s best.
With a week of live shows at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre, Adelaide music lovers get their chance to see Jack Johnson, Guns N’ Roses, Gorillaz and Linkin Park live! Have you got your tickets?
Stereosonic is back in Adelaide for the first weekend of summer, highlighting the best acts of electronic music for what will definitely be a great day (and night!) out!
This could not possibly have been anything but a sell out performance with the line-up of guitarists listed to play for this Grand Finale to the Festival.
From the moment that they walked onto the stage at the Space Theatre the Mason Rack Band held the attention of the audience. This was a thoroughly enjoyable evening, by one of Australia’s top bands, for lovers of the blues/rock genre.
The Transatlantics are set to play their last gig for 2010 on their home stage at Rocket Bar this Friday, 3rd December.
Multi-award winning guitarist, Aleksandr Tsiboulski, joined forces with popular Soprano, Jane Edwards, to present a wonderful concert of music spanning four centuries.
Once again, this was a double bill, with Manuel Barrueco for the first half and Yamandú Costa after the interval. These ‘two for the price of one’ concerts, with related but contrasting performances, were a great idea and definitely proved very popular with patrons.
This concert was another double bill, with Guitarissimo presenting the first half and the Melbourne Guitar Quartet the second half. The Melbourne Guitar Quartet opened their part of the concert with one of the best known and most loved pieces in the Baroque repertoire, J. S. Bach’s Toccata and Fugue in D minor.
Karin Schaupp divided her concert in half, the first being Australian music, the second more closely relating to the title of the concert. Both halves finished with works featuring the Adelaide Chamber Singers and her special guest for the opening piece in the second half was the renowned Flamenco guitarist, Oscar Guzmán.
Wolfgang Muthspiel and Dhafer Youssef opened the concert,the combination of oud and guitar working amazingly well, and The Richard Bona Group then took to the stage for the second half, with his own, inimitable style of bass playing and singing.
Guitarist/composer, Anthony Garcia, presented a concert of his own works, including several world premieres. Songs from the Divine Wilderness, for guitar and violin, from which the concert took its title, was written especially for himself and Niki Vasilakis to play as a part of this concert.
When Shawn Mullins walked onto the stage at the Dunstan Playhouse the audience broke into spontaneous applause and after his first number Summer Time they were enraptured.