In his debut as artistic director, Australian comedy legend Barry Humphries promises “beauty, wit and astonishment” in an outstanding program of music, story-telling, comedy and incredible talent. There may even be a bit of love from his alter-ego Dame Edna Everage!
The Art Gallery of South Australia will showcase for the first time over 50 exquisite pieces given to the Gallery for the people of Adelaide by respected Adelaide psychiatrist Dr Robert Lyons whose South Australian decorative arts collections is one of the finest privately held in Australia.
The Black Rose transports viewers into a cloistered world of dark retrospective images by internationally renowned artist Trent Parke at the Art Gallery of SA.
Adelaide Repertory Theatre’s next production Quartet is a moving and comical tale about a group of ageing opera singers reunited in a retirement home for musicians.
Margolyes takes us through some of the many highlights of her career, using her incredible talent for voices and accents to play a wide range of colourful characters
Set in 1959, TV’s favourite family, The Cunninghams, and their friends band together in 1959 to stop their hangout, Arnold’s, from being demolished.
Adelaide artist Fiona Hall has revealed a work from Wrong Way Time, her exhibition for Australia’s official representation at the 2015 Venice Biennale.
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang is set to wow Adelaide for 12 shows only these school holidays, April 19 to 26.
Lost in the bush, some children discover an abandoned orphanage and, supernaturally caught there, they learn of Australia’s past through the spirits of previous child occupants.
This April, the Arkaba Hotel is celebrating its strong ties with the Adelaide arts community by holding a Gala Dinner which will see its 2014 Arkaba Commission – Celloprofane – auctioned to raise funds for a visual arts scholarship.
For over twenty years, Danny Elfman has been linked to the TV theme of a certain animated dysfunctional family and to the scores of most Tim Burton movies.
Hannaford is a highly skilled, jobbing guitarist/song-writer who showcased his ability to self-record a loop & play over it, along with his laid-back, unfazed style.
Unsound showcases just a tiny fraction of international electronic music, with the 2nd day featuring Forest Swords, The Bug, Shackleton, Atom and Robin Fox.
The hosts of “Thinkergirl: The Podcast LIVE”, promoted as the ultimate girls night out, explores ideas that apparently everyone thinks but doesn’t talk about.
Glenelg’s own outdoor cinema by the beach continues until 12 April with a different film each night – food, drinks, beanbags and more! We reviewed the experience!
Katie Noonan lit up the Adelaide Fringe for one night only, focussing primarily on her new music that will feature as part of her soon-to-be-released EP.
Local artist and songbird Laura Hill returned to Adelaide for one night only to present old songs and new set against a backdrop of beachside & ocean photography.
A full-on Afro beat concert party of the Broadway musical, “Fela!” which traces the life of Nigerian musician and human rights activist, Fela Kuti.
Showcasing the best tunes from four of Sir Michael Caine’s early flicks, musical director Terry Edwards chose, played and conducted, interspersed with excerpts from all but the latter films.
When their puppets go missing, 3 cardinals must act out their own evangelical puppet show with utter seriousness and crippling theatrical ineptitude.