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Theatre Review: Jesus Christ Superstar

Theatre Review: Jesus Christ Superstar

The last days of Jesus Christ are told in one of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s most loved rock operas, performed by students of Scotch College.

Schild Estate Shiraz Proves It’s Worth The Points From James Halliday

Schild Estate Shiraz Proves It’s Worth The Points From James Halliday

Having been awarded 97 points by acclaimed wine critic James Halliday for their 2010 Moorooroo Limited Release Shiraz, Schild Estate will be celebrating with a special dinner at Sean’s Kitchen.

One Half Of Fashionable Sister Duo Tells Us About Their Label Bad Dolls Club

One Half Of Fashionable Sister Duo Tells Us About Their Label Bad Dolls Club

Adelaide has another cool fashion label on the block, and the creative sister duo are set to rock the fashion world!

Farmers’ Market launches Ex-straw-dinary Scarecrow Competition

Farmers’ Market launches Ex-straw-dinary Scarecrow Competition

The Adelaide Showground Farmers’ Market and Prospect Farmers’ Markets will each run scarecrow-making competitions in August and with the winning entries receiving family passes to the Royal Adelaide Show.

Winter Pop Up Art Market Hits Adelaide This August

Winter Pop Up Art Market Hits Adelaide This August

A winter art market, created through a collaboration between Nove on Luce Espresso Bar and the Adelaide Art Walk, will kick off on Friday 7 August at 2pm as part of this year’s SALA Festival.

The Ultimate Cocktail Party Raises Much Needed Funds For Little Heroes

The Ultimate Cocktail Party Raises Much Needed Funds For Little Heroes

The Ultimate Cocktail Party on Saturday, August 1, is all about a good time for a great cause as it raises money for the Little Heroes Foundation.

Get The Scoop: Mövenpick Dishes Up Free Ice Cream Tomorrow!

Get The Scoop: Mövenpick Dishes Up Free Ice Cream Tomorrow!

Switzerland: home of Roger Federer, watches, cuckoo clocks, and free Mövenpick ice cream for Swiss National Day.

Africola’s Kitchen Goes Korean For ‘Moon-cola’

Africola’s Kitchen Goes Korean For ‘Moon-cola’

Head chef Ben Sears of Redfern’s much-hyped modern Korean restaurant Moon Park takes over Africola’s kitchen on August 3 for the latest in a line of successful sold out chef collaborations with Duncan Welgemoed.

The Countdown Is On: SALA Starts August 1!

The Countdown Is On: SALA Starts August 1!

Adelaide is set for an arty winter feast as the 18th South Australian Living Artists Festival presents more than 600 exhibitions over 31 days.

Theatre Review: Betrayal

Theatre Review: Betrayal

‘Betrayal’ by Harold Pinter, is an intricate, subtle and ultimately powerful exploration of the darker side of human nature, friendship and marriage.

NICA Announces Auditions Across Australia For 2016 Circus Courses

NICA Announces Auditions Across Australia For 2016 Circus Courses

For its 2016 student intake, the National Institute of Circus Arts (NICA) is casting the net wide to attract applicants from across Australia and from a diversity of backgrounds.

Theatre Review: The Perfectionist

Theatre Review: The Perfectionist

David Williamson’s ‘The Perfectionist’ is not contemporary, but many of its ideas and topics still have echoes in the current world.

Darryl Braithwaite To Entertain Racegoers At The 2015 Balaklava Cup

Darryl Braithwaite To Entertain Racegoers At The 2015 Balaklava Cup

Rock legend Darryl Braithwaite will perform at this year’s Balaklava Cup, adding his singing talents to the state’s largest country race meeting.

The Highway Warms Up August With Chilli For Charity

The Highway Warms Up August With Chilli For Charity

The Highway are introducing their inaugural “Hot August Nights”, where you can enjoy a comforting chilli themed menu all in the name of charity.

The Lane Vineyard To Host A Cookbook Launch With A Difference

The Lane Vineyard To Host A Cookbook Launch With A Difference

The Lane Vineyard will play host to more than ‘just another cookbook launch’ when guests get the chance to experience the food on the pages, when it is bought to life by the author himself, Simon Bryant.

The SALA Festival Circus Is Coming To Norwood

The SALA Festival Circus Is Coming To Norwood

The SALA Festival brings The Littlest Big Top to The Ignatius Art Show, as part of a feature installation in conjunction with the major event running from August 7 to 9.

Let The Revolution Begin, See It Tonight At 7.30pm

Let The Revolution Begin, See It Tonight At 7.30pm

The revolution causing a storm across the nation, hits televisions tonight at 7.30pm on Channel Seven.

Music Review: ASO Does Disco

Music Review: ASO Does Disco

The Adelaide Symphony Orchestra finds its groove in this 1970s house party, featuring hits and medleys of the era, accompanied by a quartet of singers.

All The (Kylie Minogue) Lovers, Bar Kylie Is Coming To Adelaide

All The (Kylie Minogue) Lovers, Bar Kylie Is Coming To Adelaide

Get your gold hot pants, glitter and party shoes ready – Kylie lovers you won’t want to miss this ode to the pop icon herself, when pop up bar ‘Bar Kylie’ pops into town.

Film Review: Trainwreck

Film Review: Trainwreck

Amy lives a life of one night stands, partying, excessive drinking, and casual drug use until she develops feelings for a man that she doesn’t quite understand.

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