This is pretty much the stuff dreams are made of right? Katy Perry is making an appearance at an Adelaide Westfield this weekend while shes in town on tour!
Browsing: Events This Week
Much-loved South Aussie chefs will join forces with The Big Issue to serve up a charity lunch for hundreds of guests at the Adelaide Central Market THIS Sunday, July 29.
Australia’s premier genre film festival returns to the GU Film House Hindley Street.
Good morning beautiful people of Adelaide! Gilles At The Grounds (formerly known the Gilles Street Market) is…
We all miss the Adelaide Fringe Festival—but pine no longer, because there’s an opportunity to satisfy your festival cravings with one of 2018’s hottest shows, ‘How To Drink Wine Like A Wanker’, complete with a wine tasting! But be sure to do so quickly, as this is the last last show before Edinburgh.
Some of Australia’s best rock musicians come together again to perform The Beatles White Album in honour of its 50th anniversary. Including: Chris Cheney, Phil Jamieson, Tim Rogers and Josh Pyke.
Adelaide’s beautiful Regal Theatre is having a special screening of Mamma Mia 2: Here We Go Again this Wednesday 25th July.
Gorgeous online retailers, White Home Boutique and Kohko Clothing, are coming together this week, taking their beautiful pieces from online to a bricks and mortar location.
Amateurs is hilarious, moving, sweet, serious and utterly unpredictable.
This Danish contemporary relationship drama, asks difficult questions.
This Friday, Cumbia is hitting the Adelaide Central Markets. We’ve been told you can expect a passionate and all-consuming fusion of South American cuisine, music and folklore.
RSPCA is heading east for a mega pop-up adoption shop this Friday BIG Cat Adopt-Out event at city-fringe location saves would-be adopters long drive south.
The world’s premier theatrical ice skating company, The Imperial Ice Stars, returns to Adelaide starting…
Did someone say single vineyard shiraz? Here, at Glam Adelaide we’re big wine lovers (surprise,…
This is a sumptuous piece of film-making. It is heavy-going in parts, darkly comedic, profound and exquisite.
Danish actor Julie Christiansen is in Australia as a guest of the Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival.
This is a film which challenges, moves, excites, and asks more questions than it answers.
Iram Haq’s deeply personal film is harrowing, emotionally exhausting, constantly surprising, and flawless.
Palace Cinemas National Festivals Coordinator Alice McShane, is in her dream job.
Wondering which events to head to over the Winter Reds festival on the weekend of 27-28 July? Here’s the Glam guide to our favourite events this year.