ARIA Award winning local band The Audreys will be taking the stage this Saturday at Winterfest, for an intimate gig. We spoke to them about the show, their love of Adelaide and more.
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The newly renovated Bartley Hotel in West Lakes is offering up some great Winter school holiday entertainment this year, alongside some tasty family-friendly lunches.
2018 Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival offers a range of incredible films this winter at Palace Nova Eastend and Prospect.
Let’s get toasty together Adelaidians. We’ll roast marshmallows, paint each other’s faces, and listen to some groovy tunes in front of a warm campfire in Whitmore Square/Iparrityi.
It’s been a topic of debate for months now with all of South Australia focused on what’s going to happen at the old Royal Adelaide Hospital site. Well, Renewal SA are giving the public a chance to see the progress by hosting an open day on the 11th of July!
On Thursday the 28th of June, Adelaide artist Emma Hack and Designer Rugs launched their collaboration hosted in the ART BAR venue and we’ve got all the pictures of the fantastic launch.
Event Cinemas are offering a program of family movies at reduced prices, activities and competitions.
No plans for lunch this Wednesday? Head over to the East End Cellars and support a wonderful cause as the ‘City Soup Project’ launches today!
Author of The Disaster Artist, Greg Sestero, is in Adelaide tomorrow for a series of film-maker Q & As at Palace Nova Eastend.
Do you love a full-bodied cab sav, or a fruity pinot noir? Is a crisp riesling more your style, or do you enjoy citrusy chardonnay? Whatever you flavour, the Hot 100 Winter Harvest Festival has got you covered.
True North was founded by Alirio Zavarce when he saw the lack of theatrical opportunities for young people, particularly those living in the northern suburbs.
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, despite not living up to a higher theatrical potential, is still a T-rex sized blockbuster
The Silent Revolution is equal parts a coming of age story and a snapshot of Germany in a time of fracture.
Hereditary is the must-see horror hit of 2018 which leaves its audience in shock, disturbed uncertainty and muscle-clenching tension.
In the newly developed Festival Theatre complex, the stage was set and the energy palpable. Each year, the Variety Gala showcases the best of the Adelaide Cabaret Festival, and this year was no exception.
There is a lot happening in McLaren Vale in the upcoming months and Mitolo is celebrating the Winter festivities with an exclusive Truffle Dinner.
The German Film Festival 2018 opens tonight at Palace Nova Eastend, with Berentzen cocktails, live entertainment and German delicacies.
Tully will take you on an emotional journey like no other, without a trace of sentimentality or cheap tricks.