Feast Festival have revealed a permanent location on Hyde Street in Adelaide, set to become a hub for Queer Arts 365 days of the year.
Browsing: Arts Festivals
The third of the Coopers Late Night Sessions saw Australian singer-songwriters, Genevieve Chadwick and Daniel Champagne, perform a set each.
Chris Thile, Paul Kowert, Noam Pikelny, Chris Eldridge, and Gabe Witcher, are The Punch Brothers.
As part of the Coopers Late Night Sessions, Sydney outfit Crusin’ Deuces rocked The Space on Friday night.
Jack stretches the confinements of a typically conservative art festival with his laid-back attitude and street artist rep. This SALA exhibition is definitely one to check out.
Lingerie shopping and SALA have combined in this unique exhibition inspired by the lacey lingerie of Simone Perele.
A unique fusion of floristry and upcycled art is coming to Bowden as part of a SALA exhibition, and it’s going to be spectacular.
Barrie Kosky’s ‘Saul’ has been announced as the centrepiece for the 2017 Adelaide Festival.
Your First Look Inside The Royal Adelaide Club – The Latest Project By The Team Behind The Royal Croquet Club
A new epic South Australian party hub has been unveiled in China for the Qingdao International Beer Festival.
Adelaide Fringe are looking for the next work artistic genius to brand the 2017 festival, with entries now open to artists and proud parents who might submit their child’s finger paintings.
When you’ve got over 600 exhibitions being held across 31 days, it helps to have an access point.
Keep Your Party Shoes On. The Royal Croquet Team Are Bringing You The Good Fortune Market For OzAsia
From pop-up bars to stylish markets, amazing food, free entertainment and more, the Good Fortune Market looks set to be a springtime must.
Adelaide Festival Centre today revealed new contemporary 10 year anniversary programming for this year’s OzAsia Festival which runs from 17 September – 2 October.
Economically speaking, the 2016 Adelaide Fringe blew previous years out of the water once again.
Tom Burlinson presents a class act with his Cabaret Festival show ‘Sinatra At The Sands’
Former Cabaret Festival director Kate Ceberano and former Adelaide Festival director, Paul Grabowsky are old colleagues. So it’s good to see them together in a show of love songs.
In ‘Laugh be a Lady’ Debora Krizak champions funny women.
This is not an ordinary Cabaret show nor is it an ordinary romantic tale.
The Birds is a distinctly feminist variety show, which captures a bizarre mix of the more traditional French and German cabarets and contemporary music and dance.