Johnny O’Keefe was Australia’s first rock rebel. There at the dawn of rock and roll music in the 1950’s, O’Keefe blazed a massive trail. Labelled ‘the Australian Elvis’, his wild ways cemented his place in local history. Australia loves a naughty larrikin, of which O’Keefe certainly was. His sometimes reckless behaviour eventually saw his career become derailed, but not from the hearts of fans.
For over a decade, Hans has travelled the breadth of Adelaide and beyond displaying his gift for outrageous outfits and high camp. With a dash of Danny La Rue, Julian Clary and others, Hans’ way with words have seen him shock and delight in equal measures.
Based on the life of the notorious criminal boss Kate Leigh, O’Donovan has written a show that captures the era and examines Leigh’s rise and fall in detail.
The wickedly sultry Carla Lippis returns to Adelaide with the Australian premiere of her acclaimed Edinburgh Fringe Festival show, Cast a Dark Shadow.
From a young girl on the mountain-sides of Peru to a Beverly Hills recluse, Peruvian songbird, Yma Sumac, is introduced to the audience through famed Australian singer, Ali McGregor.
Clear out your early December schedule, Bon Jovi are returning to Australia and this time, unlike their 2013 tour, they’re coming to Adelaide!
The Cat Empire returned to Adelaide as part of the Adelaide Cabaret Festival to play some of their classic hits, all to the delight of their adoring audience.
After recently refurbishing their bar, The Kensi are also taking their menus to new heights and showcasing off the new Corner Bar with their Sunday Sessions, complete with some awesome live entertainment and drink specials—what more could you want?
We caught up with The Presets to discuss their recently released album titled ‘HI VIZ’ and the tour kicking off this week to promote it.
Very Strange Things is the latest work of the multi-talented Lawrence Leung. Comedian, actor, writer and director, he has run the gamut of show-business. His excellent TV series Lawrence Leung’s Choose Your Own Adventure was a wonderfully irreverent ode to 80’s pop culture.
Mark Holden has had a long and chequered career, which he talks about in this wander down memory lane, but his focus seems to be more on family and his circus roots. He is the descendant of a long line of big top performers from the Holden Bros Circus and he feels it is still in his blood, and his family.
The MasterChef contestants visit the best place on earth this week—and you better believe we’re talking about South Australia!
Panic! At The Disco are back with their long-awaited sixth album Pray For The Wicked and they are coming to Adelaide!
Director and screenwriter, Andres Koppel, has spent most of his film and television career as a writer. But 2017 saw him make his feature directorial debut with Mist and the Maiden.
A cookbook providing a wonderful range of cakes to make throughout the year, compiled over two years by the South Australian Country Women’s Association with author Fiona Roberts and photographer Jacqui Way.
Dirty, fascinating, funny, soulful and political ball of pure talent from start to finish
David Neiwart presents an eminently readable exploration of the rise of the Alternative Right in America, which culminated in the election of Donald Trump in 2016.
Captain John Hart (a rival time agent and former lover to Jack) visits the dying Captain Jack Harkness and retells the Torchwood story as if he had been in charge of events rather than Jack.
The second book of this fantasy series begins where the first ended, with Rhiannon in training to be Empress of Ventra and working at establishing herself as an authority figure.