In 2007, the first ever Earth hour was introduced to Australia and with each year it has grown and been introduced to 135 different countries and around 5,200 cities and towns globally.
Browsing: What’s On
When I Googled Owen Howells many months ago, the first thing I found was the phrase ‘genre agnostic and forward thinking’. Not a bad description for the Adelaide expat who now calls London home.
InterContinental Adelaide (ICA) is bringing the ‘Best of British’ to South Australia as part of Tasting Australia 2012, in a magnificent culinary event on Monday April 30. The hotel expects more than 350 guests will turn out to experience a decedent menu of British delicacies, with part proceeds of the night going towards preparing and sending Australian Athletes to the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Enter a fanciful world of giant creatures, storytelling, magic and illusion when ‘Me and My Shadow’ comes to Adelaide from 17 – 21 April in the Space Theatre.
Public holiday shopping in the CBD is one step closer following an agreement between the State Government and parliamentarians on shop trading legislation.
DEPARTURE is the Art Gallery of South Australia’s after-dark cultural events program for people in their 20s and 30s – Immerse yourself in cutting edge contemporary art with DEPARTURE: Parallel Collisions, an exclusive after-hours look at the 12th Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art.
South Australia’s premier film society Adelaide Cinematheque is celebrating its quarter century anniversary this year. Guests are invited to join Cinematheque members in a screening of Jean-Luc Godard’s My Life to Live on March 29 at Mercury Cinema.
This Friday March 30, The Mercury, in partnership with the Melbourne Queer Film Festival and Adelaide’s Feast Festival, presents the Best of Melbourne Queer Film Festival, with the screening of two Adelaide premieres: Cloudburst and August.
TAFE SA Adelaide College of the Arts visual arts students have found inspiration from the inhabitants of the Adelaide and Monarto Zoos in their exhibition Zoomorphic, which opens Thursday 22 March at the Santos Convention Centre.
Adelaide-based photographer Brent Leideritz is an award winning commercial portrait photographer and graphic designer who is set to launch his first piece amongst his Transmogrification Trilogy.
Former Sturt Football Club player, Unley High School student and much loved friend and colleague Josh Deegan was remembered at the 10th anniversary event of the Josh Deegan Memorial Golf Day at Belair Golf Course on Sunday, 26 February 2012.
Adelaide City Council is asking residents to get involved in Neighbour Day on Sunday 25th March, Australia’s annual celebration of community.
Community groups, schools, councils and businesses are invited to showcase their environmental action and initiatives as they work towards a more sustainable community.
Australia’s number one exhibitor Event Cinemas, Greater Union and Birch Carroll & Coyle Cinemas will have 100 opening midnight sessions of the hotly anticipated new blockbuster The Hunger Games (M), including in Vmax and Gold Class, to meet continually growing customer demand for tickets.
A wonderful adventure into the mind and exploration of what has happened to the imaginary friends of childhood when left to their own devices.
Abler describes herself as a “recovering classical concert pianist” and, whilst it is very clear that she would have excelled in that field if she had continued, we are very lucky that she has chosen the cabaret path to share her talents
From beginning to end, Just Like the Movies is a work filled with immense talent.
From the same country that produced Nietzsche, Wagner and the modern flamethrower comes one of the best stand-up comedy shows at this year’s Fringe.
This performance was a sheer delight of the highest aesthetics and immense involvement, the audience almost silent from start to finish, watching intently the whole time. Hurry to catch this one if you can still get a ticket.