Posts tagged as: Rundle Mall

Word Up- New Festival Starts Today!

Word Up- New Festival Starts Today!

International stars are ready to hit the stage as Word Adelaide kicks off in venues across the city.

Get Involved With Word Wall In Rundle Mall Tomorrow

Get Involved With Word Wall In Rundle Mall Tomorrow

Word Adelaide wants the public’s help to decorate a word wall set to appear in the middle of Rundle Mall tomorrow afternoon.

New Adelaide Event Spreads the Word

New Adelaide Event Spreads the Word

Adelaide’s newest festival was launched today by Events SA, announcing English comedian Matt Lucas, of television’s Little Britain fame, as its headline act.

World No Tobacco Day

World No Tobacco Day

Butt out before heading into Rundle Mall.

Myer Centre Adelaide Upgrade On The Cards

Myer Centre Adelaide Upgrade On The Cards

The Myer Centre Adelaide is set to undergo an upgrade in the second quarter of 2013 which will take approximately 12-16 months to complete.

Life-Size Chocolate Closet Coming To Rundle Place

Life-Size Chocolate Closet Coming To Rundle Place

In an Australian first, Rundle Place is excited to announce that on Thursday 28th March at 9am on Level 1 of the brand new shopping centre at 77 Rundle Mall, it will unveil a life-size walk in closet filled with shoes, bags, hats and all things wonderful that shopping brings…

Rundle Place – Your Place From March 26

Rundle Place – Your Place From March 26

Rundle Place – one of the most exciting retail development to happen in Adelaide in 21 years ago will officially open to the public on 26 March with a gala celebration.

Harris Scarfe Multimillion Dollar Flagship Store Opens This Month

Harris Scarfe Multimillion Dollar Flagship Store Opens This Month

Iconic South Australian retailer Harris Scarfe will move into their multimillion dollar flagship store located at Rundle Place, Adelaide, on 26 March, 2013.

Adelaide Fringe Review: Celia Pacquola – Delayed

Adelaide Fringe Review: Celia Pacquola – Delayed

Multi award-winning comedian and local klutz Celia Pacquola, moved to the UK in 2010. She didn’t write any postcards to her Mum. She wrote jokes instead.

Fringe Review: The Magnets, Homegrown

Fringe Review: The Magnets, Homegrown

The success of their shows is in the revitalizing arrangements and Fraser Collins’ choreography that delivers a complete package.

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