This year’s SALA Festival is the biggest yet, so we’ve narrowed down the list of exhibitions to our favourites to keep you busy all August long!
Browsing: What’s On
Find out the details of where to witness Paolo Sebastian opening the Adelaide Fashion Festival with the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra this year and check out the bold program of runways, lunches, masterclasses and more, showcasing innovative South Australian design and style!
An Adelaide Craft Brewery is getting behind the cause to support drought-stricken Aussie farmers by providing pubs and venues Australia-wide with ‘Karma Kegs’ to help them raise much-needed money to donate to rural communities.
This weekend, on August 11th and 12th, head down to the Marina in Glenelg between 11am and 5pm to enjoy a feast for the senses.
Absurdist theatre at its most unusual, The Goat, or Who is Sylvia? provides a peek into the true feelings and unspeakable thoughts that plague the otherwise ordinary families of American suburbia.
Enjoy an exclusive look at new season looks and support a local charity all the while munching on tasty, South Australian goods at this year’s Mercedes-Benz Unley Long Lunch on King William Road!
Whether you’ve got a poodle that’s into pop art or an art deco-loving American bulldog, the Pawsome Art Trail is the perfect adventure for you and your cultured furbaby. Go for a stroll throughout August to spot the vibrant doggy bowls decorated by local artists and soak in the other pieces and installations while you’re there!
The annual Barossa Gourmet Weekend this year is set to include a comedic twist, with Seppeltsfield announcing a one-show-only performance of the comedy star-studded production, Grapes of Mirth.
“Little Lives consists of 2000 non-fired ceramic pods, providing visual to the leading cause of infant death in Australia; stillbirth. Each pod is handcrafted and special, uniquely representing a little life lost to stillbirth,” says Celeste Foord.
Emma Hack continues to bring new life to her portfolio, and the launch of her new collection “Collage” is another incredible step in her journey as an artist.
The over arching theme of memory is used to highlight the conflict between the three sisters who are gathered for their mother’s funeral. No-one’s memory is the same, even to having doubts about whose memory is whose. These sisters are very different from each other and are dealing with their loss in a personal way.
With music and lyrics by the renowned Lin-Manuel Miranda, (The Heights, Hamilton) and Tom Kitt and Amanda Green (Next to Normal) Bring It On: The Musical is an exciting contemporary option for youth groups. The musical is very loosely based on the 2000 film of the same name and focuses on the competitive world of cheerleading and over-the-top team rivalries.
The Double Shot Coffee Fiesta is coming to Unley, offering free coffee tastings, gourmet food, local musicians and entertainment in a fun, family friendly atmosphere.
Down below the gum trees, hidden amongst the vineyards will be a little oasis. Handpicked is there to offer you a place to unplug, and reconnect with barefoot dancing, picnics on the lawn, amazing wine, world class music, laid-back vibes and a dash of surprise…
The streets, laneways and footpaths of the East End will come out of winter hibernation and return to the vibrant, lively and welcoming food and wine epicentre of Adelaide.
Adelaide favourite, Rigoni’s Bistro, is hosting a night of deliciousness titled Winter Reds and Truffle Degustation. The evening will feature some of Australia’s best black truffles sourced from Western Australia, Tasmania, Yarra Valley and (of course) South Australia, which represent some of the different and superior growing regions.
Baileys! Irish whiskey and cream based liqueur that melts in your mouth and warms your inside, which taste even better during these chilly weekends at the Holdy with the first every Bailey’s Bar!
Staazi & Co will set up a stall at the Adelaide Central Market next week as part of the Producer in Residence program. They’ll be serving up vegan treats including yiros, loaded fries and baklava at the Market from Tuesday August 7 to Saturday August 25.
There are 6,000 people experiencing homelessness in South Australia alone. That’s 6,000 too many. Join The Hutt Street Centre on Friday 10th August for their annual Walk A Mile In My Boots charity event.