The 2017 Scandinavian Film Festival is bringing a wealth of amazing films to the Palace Nova this July, including special events and a the new feature from Aki Kaurismaki.
Author Tracey Korsten
Jacques Brel is alive and well and living in Adelaide. At least for one night.
Carlotta is a legend. Long-term show-girl at the famous Les Girls revue in Sydney, Carlotta has always been a figure-head for the queer community, and one of the earliest, and most famous, Australian trans-gender women.
An Argentinian-Spanish writer receives the Nobel Prize for Literature, then returns home to the town he couldn’t wait to leave forty years ealier.
An eccentric, OCD-suffering woman suffers from a gripping fear of plants, so when she is told she must clean up the garden or face eviction, she is at a loss.
The bombing of Pearl Harbor raises issues of racism against a Japanese-American man in small town in South Carolina, USA in 1941.
One of the lynch-pins of Australian and New Zealand blues-rock, Kevin Borich still puts the same energy into a show as he did 40 years ago.
Rufus Wainwright is something of a musical phenomenon, embracing a broad range of talents and outputs. This one-night concert for the Adelaide Festival showcased some of his esoteric skills.
Award-winning comedian Akmal Saleh is bringing his new show Transparent to the Adelaide Fringe.
Back in Adelaide for a lengthy Fringe gig, comedic icon Jimeoin took some time out to chat to Glam over a coffee in Rundle Street.
British singer-songwriter Adele hit Australian shores for the first time this month. Her only Adelaide concert is set to break records, with over 70,000…
Adelaide has spawned its fair share of Led Zeppelin tribute bands. They always seem to pack in the crowds, and newer kid on the block, Whole Lotta Zepp is no exception.
Adelaide musician Deborah Brennan has been paying tribute to the great Joni Mitchell for a year now. She is presenting a slightly shortened version for this year’s Fringe.
We interview Australian cinema icon, David Stratton, about being the focus of the limited release documentary film, A Cinematic Life, opening 9 March 2017.
Bessie Smith, Billie Holliday and Dinah Washington are icons of jazz . All suffered the double prejudice of being female and black, during the days of segregation. And each had an influence on the next.
The Black Sorrows are one of Australia’s most enduring and authentic musical outfits.
Sometimes described as a “punk-cabaret artist”, Palmer is a singer-songwriter-performer-writer-subversivemadwoman and all-round babe.
Miles Davis is one of the lynch-pins of jazz: he redefined the genre and brought together outstanding musicians, to play some of the seminal works of the contemporary canon.
Musicians Aidan Roberts and Daniel Holdsworth both cover a wide variety of work, their latest project being the presentation of Mike Oldfield’s ‘Tubular Bells’ live by only the two of them.
Comedian Cal Wilson is sick of being nice. In her new show, ‘Things I’ve Never Said’, she is going to say all the things she wouldn’t normally dream of saying.