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.
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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.
‘God Bless Baseball’ portrays the history of baseball in Japan and Korea through a slow-moving and deliberate piece of theatre.
Presented by Terryandthecuz Reviewed 30 Sept 2016 Wild weather meant that many of Sk!n’s performances had…
Founded in 1992 by Noa Wertheim and Adi Sha’al, Vertigo Dance Company is the premiere, contemporary dance ensemble of Israel.
Presented by Adelaide Festival Centre Reviewed 30 SepT 2016 With it’s official opening night performance…
Phare Circus performers are graduates of the Phare Ponleu Selpak Circus School, established in 1994 after the end of the Khmer Rouge regime.
Award winning artists and performers, Daniel Kok of Singapore and Luke George of Australia, have collaborated on this extraordinary work.
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
Working to a cacophony of static white noise that eventually transforms into hypnotic electronic music, the dancers…
It will put a smile on your face to walk around the magical Good Fortune Markets for the coming 9 days of the OzAsia Festival. Here’s what to expect.
‘The Record’ was originally produced in 2013, and sees its Australian premiere at OzAsia this year. This piece brings together 45 people, mostly recruited through social media.
As we await tonight’s launch launch of the Good Fortune Markets, another question arises; what’s next for the team behind the Royal Croquet Club?
As far as dream stories go, the journey of Tibetan-born Sang Jijia from a child shepherd growing up in the country to becoming one of the biggest names in Contemporary Dance, has been nothing short of amazing.
The music industry, as a general rule, loves to make grand and sweeping statements when…