The Adelaide Festival is set to resurrect a 1920’s Adelaide relic, a huge floating ballroom on the Torrens this March!
Taut Psychological Thriller ‘Death And The Maiden’ To Hold Adelaide Audiences Captive
The parade, the street party, the concert, the community; we take a look across the social media highlights of the beginning of 2016 Feast Festival.
Galleon Theatre Company are all set to present Michael Jacobs’ delightful rom-com (with a slight difference) Cheaters as their 2016 season’s final production.
Unseen Theatre Company premieres ‘Feet of Clay’, an original adaptation of the eponymous Discworld novel by Sir Terry Pratchett.
Minogue chats creativity, the queer community and her love of being a mum ahead of her headline performance at the Feast Festival street party launch tonight.
With Feast Festival kicking off this weekend, you might wonder which direction to look. Here are our suggestions for how find your feet…
The stars will adorn the walls of Raj House for the Feast Festival as local artist Markus Hamence presents his pop-art ode in the space, beginning this Friday.
UK Ska icons The Specials lead the first WOMADelaide 2017 artist announcement.
‘Mack and Mabel’ tells the story of legendary comedic film director Mack Sennett and his brightest star Mabel Normand. It is a love story between them told through flashbacks.
Presented by: Windmill Theatre Co. and State Theatre Company Reviewed 14 October 2016 Totally mad…
Rodgers and Hammerstein’s ‘The King & I’ is the latest musical production from The Met starring Selina Britz as Anna and Brad Martin as the King of Siam.
The musical version of ‘Hairspray’ is touring Australia as a huge arena spectacular.
An outstanding cast, skilful direction and an unusual setting all come together to provide Adelaide audiences with the opportunity to see this classic court-room drama.
Director of the Hamburg Ballet, John Neumeier has choreographed this magnificent work. The Australian Ballet is overjoyed to be presenting it to Australian audiences.
‘Pippin’ is the latest musical production to be presented by the South Coast Choral and Arts Society and is the directorial debut of popular Adelaide actor, Robert Bell
When Adelaide Miniature and Stencil extraordinaire gets his buddies together for an exhibition, it’s always flawless.
The Adelaide Town Hall’s 150th Birthday celebrations continue to the end of the year, and this exhibition is a must visit.
After 10 years since its opening, ‘Dusty’, the stage musical based on the life of 60s singing legend Dusty Springfield, returns to Adelaide.