The Adelaide Festival is set to resurrect a 1920’s Adelaide relic, a huge floating ballroom on the Torrens this March!
Browsing: Adelaide Festival
The warm, whimsical, occasionally wicked Miriam Margolyes returns to Adelaide for the Australian premiere of Peter And The Wolf with the ASO as part of the 2017 Adelaide Festival.
After sell-out seasons around Australia and critical acclaim, The Secret River, Neil Armfield’s landmark Sydney Theatre Company production, will make its Adelaide debut at the 2017 Adelaide Festival
Barrie Kosky’s ‘Saul’ has been announced as the centrepiece for the 2017 Adelaide Festival.
This has to have been one of the biggest alternative music events of the decade, even though it was only two bands playing a handful of songs.
Pina Bausch, the founder of Tanztheater Wuppertal is credited with establishing the Dance theatre as a new genre.
Deluge provides a snapshot of some of the most controversial and relevant discussion topics of our time, through five plays running simultaneously.
Golem presents a multimedia theatre experience. While Golem was first performed in Europe in 2014, it enjoyed its Australian premiere this Festival season.
The Holy Body Tattoo and Godspeed You! Black Emperor come together in an almost Adelaide-shattering event: Monumental.
Bringing together the classical and the contemporary, the ASQ played Beethoven and Schumann alongside Australian composers Matthew Hindson and John Adams.
Similar to, but smaller than ‘Walking With Dinosaurs’, ‘Erth’s Dinosaur Zoo’ is fun, educational and entertaining.
This is one of those shows where you can safely say “there’s nothing quite like it around.”
With a unique line-up of artists, working in every medium from video to costume design to decoration, the Biennial really is a massive and modern Cabinet of Curiosity
Award-winning, Scottish playwright, Rona Munro, has taken on the goliath task of writing three, epic plays, about James I, II and III of Scotland.
The premise for this production is very relevant: unexplained acts of violence and the destruction they leave behind.
Unreal. Unique. Unsound Adelaide is back for its fourth year of melting hearts and eardrums, bringing together some of the world’s biggest names in experimental club music.
Romeo Castellucci is undoubtedly one of the great, contemporary theatre practitioners, and this is the Australian premiere of his controversial Go, Down, Moses.
Epic is probably an understatement…
UK magician Paul Dabek has received an Adelaide Fringe Weekly Award for Best Magic for his…