Category archives for: Arts

SA Scoops Four AACTA Awards

SA Scoops Four AACTA Awards

The South Australian Film Corporation (SAFC) is thrilled to announce the first round of winners of the 4th Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) Awards.

Interview: C W Stoneking Casts Spell On Womadelaide 2015

Interview: C W Stoneking Casts Spell On Womadelaide 2015

Part time voodoo shaman and full time hellraiser C.W. Stoneking is known equally for his gravelly voice (that has more than a touch of the Louis Armstrong and Tom Waits about it) and his Americana-Africana inflected rock and roll.

Interview: Soley Is Cool As Ice About Womadelaide

Interview: Soley Is Cool As Ice About Womadelaide

Icelandic songstress “Soley” (Soley Stefansdottir), is heading to Australia for the first time in March, performing at Womadelaide and other venues around the country.

Interview: Juggling Is ‘Smashed’ By Sean Gandini

Interview: Juggling Is ‘Smashed’ By Sean Gandini

For most of us, performing intricately choreographed acrobatics for live audiences is well outside our comfort zone. For Sean Gandini, professional juggler and theatre entrepreneur, that is just another day at the office.

‘Last Supper’ at Bird in Hand with Jimmy C

‘Last Supper’ at Bird in Hand with Jimmy C

Last Friday evening, 13 women dined together at Bird in Hand’s restaurant The Gallery as inspiration for a new painting by artist James Cochran.

Fringe: Ross Noble Tangentleman Is Coming To Adelaide

Following 14 sell-out tours, the king of improvisational comedy is back with another mind-blowing Australian tour.

Hostworks To Turn The Digital Wheels Of The Tour Down Under

Digital media solutions company Hostworks, coined the ‘digital roadies’, is privileged to participate this year as a corporate sponsor for the Tour Down Under.

Fringe: The Umbilical Brothers: KiDSHoW (Not Suitable for Children)

The Umbilical Brothers return to Adelaide for one week only with their internationally acclaimed hit show: KiDSHoW.

Fringe: Akmal Is Coming To Adelaide Fringe Festival

Akmal promises to deliver a show that is punctual and jam-packed with words…some of which he will be using for the first time.

Theatre Review: The Illusionists 1903

Theatre Review: The Illusionists 1903

This 3rd outing of The Illusionists franchise returns us to magic’s golden age when there was a deluge of weird, wonderful and colourful acts to amuse & beguile.

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