The first rule of sketch club is… Don’t be any good at sketch club!
Browsing: What’s On
Beach location festivals are quickly becoming the next big thing and By The C is joining the fray and bringing some huge names with it.
Portobello restaurant in Port Adelaide has launched their Port River Cruisers, so you can grab a platter and some wine, and go dolphin spotting in the sunshine!
Can you think of a more fabulous way to spend a Saturday this spring, because we certainly cannot!
Not trying to alarm you, but it’s only 37 SLEEPS until Christmas Pageant day!
It’s not just for fashionistas! This year’s Adelaide Fashion Festival has an even for everyone, whether you’ve got kids or just want to take your wardrobe to the next level.
The trio of Ambassadors reflect the Adelaide Fringe’s commitment to cultural diversity and artistic inclusivity.
Rhonda Burchmore (OAM) is a true icon of the Australian entertainment world and Glam Arts Editor, Brian Godfrey interviews her about her upcoming visit to Adelaide with “ABBAsolutely Fabulous”
Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas, based on the Greek legend, is a short, challenging piece, with an incomplete score. Composed in the 17th century, it is regarded as the oldest opera in English.
Lara Mulcahy is a WAAPA graduate with over 20 years show business experience on stage and in film and television, including: playing Madame Thenardier in Cameron Mackintosh’s 25th Anniversary production of Les Miserables; appearing in no less than three Baz Luhrmann films i(Natalie in Strictly Ballroom; Mome Fromage in Moulin Rouge, and the box-office hit The Great Gatsby; and receiving rave reviews for her role as Rosie in the original Australian Cast of Mamma Mia!
It’s approaching – you know it, we know it. It’s the dilemma on what exactly to do on New Year’s.
On their way to celebrate the release of their new album, East London favourite, Rudimental, are hitting up Australia and more importantly, Adelaide.
This is your school holiday guide for the tech-sav in the family!
These October holidays will sing as The Australian Shakespeare Company’s fun production of Kenneth Grahame’s classic children’s tale, The Wind In The Willows, blows into Adelaide’s beautiful Botanic Gardens. Glam managed to interview Mr Toad himself, Adelaide actor Chris Asimos
The timeless, lovable and charismatic characters of Kenneth Grahame’s The Wind In The Willows are calling the Adelaide Botanic Gardens home for these school holidays; introducing people of all ages to the many wonders of the Riverbank and Toad Hall.
Three characters take to the stage to recall their time travelling through the backwaters of Wales, England, Scotland, trying and sometimes succeeding to heal those that come their way; when they eventually end up in Ireland
It’s finally happening!
Keep the kids busy with these crazy cool hands-on workshops.
Next January, the summer heat, and Serafino Winery will make the perfect playground for one of South Australia’s most anticipated festivals.