Now in its 34th year, the Bay to Birdwood has grown to become the largest historic motoring celebration of its kind in the world today. Taking place on Sunday September 28th, this year’s event is for vehicles manufactured before 1956. With almost 1000 vintage and veteran vehicles already registered to participate, this year’s Bay to Birdwood […]
It’s the beginning of spring and you’re shaking off your winter warmers in place of lighter, airier clothes. If you’re anything like me, you’re also struggling to get back into the habit of wearing colour. And summer-time accessories. And dealing with the sun. But alas, I have the solution! Kill three birds with one stone this spring, and […]
On 14 October in Adelaide, world-renowned science presenter, Professor Brian Cox kicks off a national tour: Brian Cox – Making sense of the Cosmos.
The City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters will proudly host the time-honoured Norwood Christmas Pageant on The Parade, Norwood, on Saturday 22 November 2014 from 10.00am.
September 22, 2014 | Posted in Breaking News
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Last night, the Final of Australia’s most lucrative and prestigious award for the collaborative pianist, the Accompanists’ Guild of SA’s 30th Geoffrey Parsons Award, took place in Adelaide at the Elder Conservatorium of Music, The University of Adelaide. Talented and versatile South Australian musician, Andrew Georg, was the winner of the prestigious award. Hot on his […]
A three-day culinary delight is bringing together some of Adelaide’s best Asian restaurants from October 4-6 2014.
Performing at the recently refurbished Her Majesty’s Theatre, Callea bounded through an incense-fuelled haze with enthusiasm. Backed by a 5 piece band and 2 singers, the 2 hour-plus show delivered on its promise. Amidst a myriad of costume changes, Callea highlighted the strength of Michael’s song-writing and sense of fun
War is not a particularly easy subject to tackle in the sphere of dramatic performance, as it is easy to trivialize the realities of battle into ‘feel good’ generalisations rather than to confront the horrors and impact that it has on humans. Fortunately, Blake Entertainment’s ‘Rolling Thunder Vietnam- Songs That Defined A Generation’ has the formula worked out to military precision and absolutely ‘gets it’ in this outstanding tribute to the heroes of a controversial war that polarized the nation during the sixties
In the lead up to the OzAsia Festival, Helen Feng gave plenty of notice that Nova Heart would push some boundaries and make the audience feel slightly uncomfortable yet mesmerized.They didn’t disappoint, and in a show that went just under an hour, they certainly threw some punches amongst the psych-rock soundtrack to Feng’s monologues and spoken word moments.
Melbourne musician and writer, Cam Gilmour has announced the release of his second EP, Anhedonia, which will be available digitally and physically on Tuesday October 7, 2014 via CamGilmour.bandcamp.com. The first song off the EP, ‘The Old Man and his Tea’ sets the tone of the EP, registering like a dramatic film score