Northern Light have a winning show on their hands with this production. Get a ticket for this one if you can. It only has a few performances and is sure to sell out.
The $10,000 winner of the CIBO Galleria art prize has been announced!
In 2011 the Audi Festival of German Films will celebrate its 10th anniversary with a…
Bird in Hand Winery is proud to announce a spectacular evening with the return of talented group Pot-Pourri and Soprano Greta Bradman on Saturday 16th April 2011 at their Woodside winery.
Not quite limitless fun but still enjoyable if you can overcome the plot holes.
InterContinental Adelaide, WICKED’S official hotel partner, is getting wicked while the witches are in town…
Director, Ian Rigney, has assembled an impressive cast for Therry’s latest production, the play written in 1978 by Kenneth Ross.
Adelaide all-girl group Bitchspawn are hitting up the Crown & Anchor Hotel on Sunday, March 20 with tracks from their new self-titled EP.
We have 25 preview double passes to give away to see the new romantic comedy…
A new collaboration between music legend Lionel Richie and Australia’s Guy Sebastian of Lionel’s hit single ‘All Night Long’ is now available for purchase and download from the iTunes store to raise funds for those affected by the Christchurch earthquakes and Queensland floods.
Rihanna last performed in Adelaide in 2008 with then-boyfriend Chris Brown. And what a difference…
The 2011 Indian Film Festival: Bollywood & Beyond (IFF) has commenced with a highly successful opening weekend that has included gala celebrations, sold out screenings and Q& A sessions and even the breaking of the GUINNESS WORLD RECORD for Bollywood dancing.
The 2011 BigPond Adelaide Film Festival has been a huge success with 30 sold out sessions and an overall increase in attendances of 22%, contributing to a 16% increase in box office revenue from 2009.
Fashion, Photography, Integrity and how one man has combined all three with deserved accolades, now showing at the Palace following its debut at the Adelaide Film Festival 2011
Adam Page has found a great way to save money. Instead of hiring a 34 piece backing band, he has learned to play just about every instrument that you can name.
The search for Adelaide’s funniest Nungas returned for its fifth year in the South Australian heats of this national Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Comedy Competition.
Mr Snot-bottom is very, very naughty. In fact, his teacher is quick to warn the kids in the audience that they should take no notice and do the opposite of what he does.