One of Ethiopia’s most influential and legendary musicians, Mulatu Astatke, is coming to Adelaide for…
The Adelaide Festival Centre’s OzAsia Festival was established in 2007 and is held annually in…
A group of ten ceramic arts students from the South Australian School of Art (UniSA) will travel to Ballarat at the end of this month to attend the ninth Festival in Ceramics.
Students from TafeSA’s Adelaide College of the Arts Acting, Design and Technical Production departments have come together to present Paulo Castro’s Underground.
Glam Adelaide Music Editor Ragani Stengewis interviewed Jonathan “Sugarfoot” Moffett. He speaks about his experience playing with the Jackson family, and his upcoming Australian Tour.
Presented by Adelaide Festival Centre’s OzAsia Festival & CentreStage Program in association with Yohangza Theatre Company, one of Shakespeare’s best known tragedies of revenge and intrigue is given a Korean twist.
Glam Adelaide’s Music Editor Rajani Stengewis interviewed Australian Artist Rebecca Barnard before her upcoming gigs in Adelaide this week.
This is a thoroughly absorbing and rewarding production that, if not already sold out, certainly deserves to be.
Little Big Shots is Australia’s only stand-alone kids’ film festival for children plus plenty of competitions and opportunities for involvement. The films screening in Little Big Shots inspire discussion of world cultures, different languages, cultural diversity, emotional intelligence and human values.
With his own record label and frontman of bands MxPx and Tumble Down, Mike Herrera stops for a chat with Rajani Stengewis.
Stephen Page and Bangarra Dance are to be heartily congratulated for this remarkable evening, a tribute to all concerned and a timely recognition of many centuries of Australian history.
The State Opera of South Australia is proud to present its latest production, The Pearl…
Adelaide College of the Arts dance graduate Lisa Lonero will spend three months studying with the Cape Dance Company in Cape Town, South Africa, with support from the Helpmann Academy.
Music SA and Coopers Brewery won the SME (Small to Medium Enterprise) Award at the Australian…
Aussie scream flick to screen at No. 1 Brit Horror Frightfest, Release date now November 4
The Unseen Theatre Company presents their latest production, Monstrous Regiment, by Sir Terry Pratchett, at the Bakehouse Theatre.
Commemorating the 200th anniversary of the birth of Robert Schumann and with a reputation for world class festivals, the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra and its Chief Conductor and Music Director, Arvo Volmer, will present the signal event of the ASO’s 2010 season in a unique Schumann Festival.
Windmill Theatre won two prestigious awards at last week’s combined Australian Business Arts Foundation (AbaF) and Ruby Awards Night.
With the debut of their album Strange Notions, Brenton Manser and the Disciples of Zen are proud to announce their first music video for the track Goin’ To Sea.
One of the most celebrated plays of the decade, French playwright Yasmina Reza’s God of Carnage is a comedy of manners without the manners.