Speaking with 20 years industry experience, Words To Go speaker Max Anderson has some news for all budding writers. Everyone is making the same mistakes.
‘Sex Cells’ follows the office lives of four women who work in a sex toy call centre. The story follows their lives as they search for love, family and meaning.
Tucked away in a home studio in Norwood, Adelaide artist Josh Smith is creating miniature works that are absolutely blowing minds across the globe.
A unique course can help people learn how to harness humour and laughter to improve their health, coping skills and confidence.
Since December last year Bo Le has been learning to fly his drone to capture some of the most incredible new vantage points of Adelaide for social media.
Well known for their hilarious British farces, Tea Tree Players are about to present the…
Following a sold out season in Sydney, the magic of Swan Lake returns when Stephen Baynes’ masterful interpretation comes to Adelaide this May…
It’s that fabulous time of year where glitter eyelashes sell out, champagne stocks run dry and time ceases to exist! Here are our top tips to survive the The Adelaide Cabaret Festival season.
Shocking, hilarious and gripping, this Adelaide-based play is set to take on the world stage.
‘Nunsense’ is a musical comedy concerning a small group of nuns whose convent is struck by food poisoning. In order to raise money they put on a variety show.
Burnside Village Shopping Centre has announced that the recipient of their first grant within their non-for-profit organisation, the Burnside Village Foundation will be 14-year-old ballerina, Imogen Walters.
Circus Oz are set to return the main stage in Adelaide for the first time in ten years with a raucous new show entitled TWENTYSIXTEEN.
Bizarre and surreal fun, debuting at the Adelaide Cabaret Festival this year is Adelaide’s own, Hew Parham and his show, Rudi’s The Rinse Cycle.
Tim Winton’s ‘Cloudstreet’ is a modern classic. It is a story of battlers, of great heartache and hidden pain, but also of familial love and hope for the future.
A new national $100,000 acquisitive visual arts prize for artists under the age of 40 has been announced by the Premier of South Australia, The Hon Jay Weatherill MP.
Peter Allen was one of Australia’s most popular entertainers. Having portrayed Allen in the original Australian run of The Boy from Oz, Todd McKenney knows about his subject.
British play ‘Sex Cells’ is soon to have its Australian Premiere, when Adelaide’s Galleon Theatre Group presents it at the Domain Theatre, Marion Cultural Centre.
Usually considered the first of Shakespeare’s plays, ‘The Two Gentlemen Of Verona’ is often thought to be less well crafted, but this doesn’t seem the case with this production.
After the Strip, Strip Hooray Adelaide Cabaret show sold out in a week, fans who missed out now have a chance to see the world’s biggest burlesque star.