Unicorns, balloon dogs, mustached fish, flying pigs… the Adelaide Fringe poster is almost as iconic as the festival itself & once again, the hunt is for the next design to represent Australia’s biggest arts festival.
This is one of the most grown-up English-language comedies to hit the screens in a long time.
The line up for Spendor has dropped and we’re maxing out our credit cards and planning a cross country trip. Byron here we come.
The Art Gallery of South Australia today announced the resignation of Director Nick Mitzevich, following almost eight years at the helm of the Art Gallery of South Australia.
This year Adelaide’s Seriously Social pub the Duke of Brunswick will become the city’s hub for improvised theatre.
On a warm Autumn day in near perfect weather, three icons of yesteryear took to…
We were lucky enough to catch up with Vance Joy to speak about his upcoming…
This play, by Nick Dear from a famous story by Mary Shelley, was originally performed with a very distinguished cast by the National Theatre, London and received rave reviews.
Private Peaceful, is adapted from the novel by Michael Murpurgo and through reminiscences tells the story of the life of a young WWI soldier, on the last night of his life.
This Mexican production examines the life and work of James Anado McLauchlin, an American ex-pat living in the town of San Miguel de Allende.
Cymru’s rock ambassadors, STEREOPHONICS, will make a welcome return to Australia for a run of…
The beloved classic by L. Frank Baum has been given an exciting, vibrant new look in this London Palladium, Andrew Lloyd Webber production starring Lucy Durak, Jemma Rix and Anthony Warlow.
Just in time for the school holidays every kid’s favourite picture book character is making a return! Time to treat your kids (and yourselves) to a nice afternoon of theatre… the fun kind though! Grug and the Rainbow, an old favourite is returning to Adelaide for a fun theatre show!
2018 is the year of the horror it seems, and fans of thrillers will get a kick on 12 April when Truth or Dare hits Aussie cinemas.
Sheryl Crow’s easy charisma, clear voice and sheer presence was hard to not fall in…
Funne is a work that just oozes charm. These women are relatable, likable and hilarious.
But don’t be fooled by the Englishness and gentleness: this is an intense, strong and somewhat harrowing tale.
This is a solid blues outfit, which can also deliver boogie, psychedelic and down-home rock.
The APIA Young at Heart Film Festival, aimed at movie-goers over 60, has been growing since its inception thirteen years ago.