An introverted Shanghai divorcee and a cynical Malayan playboy find love amidst the glamour of 1940’s Hong Kong and the invasion by the Japanese.
Browsing: Arts Festivals
Dedicated to composer John Cage, Artistic Director Fu Hong Zheng’s production of Dear John is unique and creative marriage of multi-disciplines, resulting in a captivating symphony of noise and movement whilst music Composition from Lin Kuei-Ju provides a meditational soundtrack to this visually interesting piece.
The OzAsia Festival has brought the best of Asia to Adelaide, from fabulous shows, theatre and performances to the amazing Night Noodle Markets; Make sure you check it all out as the Festival comes to a close this weekend.
Japanese culture enthusiasts and novices alike are flocking to Oz Asia’s most colourful offering of the season: Miss Revolutionary Idol Berserker.
Japanese electronic composer and visual artist, Ryoji Ikeda, started work on Superposition in 2012. It questions artistic boundaries.
The astounding line-up of the 2016 event has been announced, including 7 world premieres, and 20 events EXCLUSIVE TO ADELAIDE over the 18 day festival.
A Touch of Sin presents a critical view of modern day China’s obsession with money and power, and the fact that those without it can be pushed to murderous ends
Contemporary Indonesian dance theatre has arrived in Adelaide, with ‘The Streets’ painting a graphic, often confronting picture of the bustling chaos of Jakarta.
Yogyakarta based band, Risky Summerbee and the Honeythief, are labelled “Indie pop”, because no one can work out what other genre to put them in.
Founded in 2006 by Maria Tri Sulistyani and Iwan Effendi, Papermoon has built a solid reputation as a world-class puppet company.
The 2016 Adelaide Fringe Poster Competition winner has been revealed this morning at an unveiling ceremony in Rundle Mall.
From A Night With Conchita to an amazing Opening Party, this year’s Feast Festival is set to be massive. Don’t miss all the program highlights and information here
We know that our city is constantly bustling with exciting new things to see, do and eat of course! With so much going on organising your outings can be tricky. So how are to separate the ‘musts’ from the ‘maybes’? We’ve made it super simple and laid it all out for you in our Adelaide September To Do List.
Some of Australia’s best Asian restaurants will be bringing an authentic hawker-style culinary experience to the heart of Adelaide from 24 September to 4 October for the state’s first Night Noodle Markets.
It seems the innovative new found glory of Leigh Street and Peel Street in the west end are slowly seeping onto Hindley and thus you SHOULD be noticing Parsec Cafe.
Adelaide musician/performer Michael Griffiths is continuing to make waves on the world stage as he impresses at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival…
The SALA Awards were announced last week and we have all the photos from the award ceremony held at Government House…
Welcome to ‘The Festival State’ ladies and gents. We see the phrase every single day but probably don’t take the time to think about how lucky that makes us. That means South Australia is the state that officially knows how to throw the best parties! Come on, it even says so on our license plates.