As a teenager, Akram Khan performed in Peter Brook’s seminal work Mahabharata. Now in middle-age, and with residencies at Sadler’s Wells London and Curve Leicester, Khan has revisited this epic in Until the Lions.
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Claire Wong and Noorlinah Mohamed are long-time friends and collaborators in the performing arts. Both hailing from Singapore, they embody the cultural and racial mix of the Malay Peninsula. Being middle-aged women, they would often discuss their relationships with their ageing mothers
Last night, the Lucky Dumpling Market launched out the front of the new Adelaide Convention Centre on the lawns of the Riverbank, forming a massive OzAsia festival hub right next to the footbridge.
Fresh of the plane from a successful Edinburgh Fringe season, one of our favourite Adelaide Fringe stars is in Canberra and, as always, is a showstopper.
A music festival in the parklands with everything from world to reggae to dub.
With one of Adelaide’s hottest up-coming music festivals on our doorstep, we thought we’d make…
A disenchanted man and his elephant begin a road trip on foot from Bangkok to their childhood home in the Loei Province in northern Thailand.
Program Announced For Australia’s Largest Celebration Of Aboriginal And Torres Strait Islander Art And Culture
Festival of Contemporary Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art (TARNANTHI) will feature the work of more than 1,000 artists from across the country at city-wide exhibitions and events including a three-day art fair.
As with last year’s OzAsia Festival, there’s a fabulous hub being created for your entertainment pleasure. This year it’s being brought to you by the team behind the Adelaide Fringe venue Gluttony.
Win a double pass to one of three amazing gigs at Lucky Dumpling Market – In Between Two on Friday Oct 6 at 6:30pm, Hot Brown Honey on Thurs Oct 28 at 7pm, or Regurgitator on Friday 29 Sept at 6pm.
Event registrations are now open for the 2018 Adelaide Fringe, which is set to be Australia’s most affordable Fringe festival for artists to participate in.
After dazzling audiences and critics alike at its recent world premiere in the UK, Neil Armfield’s production of Australian composer Brett Dean’s masterpiece Hamlet, conducted by Nicholas Carter, will make its Australian debut in March, with an exclusive season at the 2018 Adelaide Festival.
Rundle Place is welcoming artist Emma Hack and her Cabinet of Curiosities exhibition to the…
The 2017 Saint Ignatius Art Show biennial exhibition provides one of the largest offerings of South Australian artists at this year’s SALA festival with over 70 local artists participating.
Kicking August off with a free Opening Night Soiree, Rundle St East will be transformed into an artistic hub for SALA Festival, with local businesses showcasing artwork from emerging and established SA artists.
Feast Festival is celebrating its 21st Festival and one of the ways they would love for you to be involved in this epic milestone is to become a stallholder.
The South Australian Living Artists (SALA) Festival will get the state’s art started tomorrow (August 1) when it officially opens for its milestone 20th year.
Here’s your sneak peek into everything that’s happening on King William Road for SALA Festival
This year, large format artist Mark Lobert will be unveiling a new collection, which branches away from some of his more recognisable subject matters.
This looks like a quirky SALA exhibition to see before heading out for dinner or drinks on Rundle Street.