This four day celebration of the world’s most popular instrument curated by internationally renowned Australian guitarist Slava Grigoryan will be a true showcase of the guitar.
Check out three sample pages from Steve Wide’s upcoming tribute to Andy Warhol, featuring an A-Z look at the pop artist’s life and legacy.
Written and performed by Joanne Hartstone this cabaret show is fabulous – it’s entertaining, moving, amusing, has some great songs but more than anything it is thought provoking. There really was a woman who jumped off the Hollywood sign. Peg Entwistle jumped off the Hollywood sign in 1932. Although a successful performer on Broadway after less than a year in Los Angeles she was dead.
The Cat Empire returned to Adelaide as part of the Adelaide Cabaret Festival to play some of their classic hits, all to the delight of their adoring audience.
It’s no wonder the Family Gala has been a great favourite for the past few years. It was a riot of music, songs, dance and amazing tricks with hoops on roller skates plus a juggling bear and that was just the first 3 acts!
A burlesque vaudeville show featuring circus acts, magic, striptease, song and dance from seven artists in a cabaret setting. Adults only.
South Australia has starred in a brand new music video from New Zealand artist/producer Thomston, aka Thomas Stoneman.
We’re so glad to see this return – the annual Adelaide Cabaret Festival will once again be commencing on the Queen’s Birthday long weekend in June.
Music lovers listen up! Winter City Sounds is returning for its third year to heat up Adelaide’s live music scene!
When lesbian teenager Alex meets Phoenix, she must decide whether to come out to the people in her closed-minded town, or withhold her true feelings.
Australia’s favourite electronic producers Flight Facilities have today announced another huge national tour in support of gorgeous new single All Your Love.
Sunday, May 27, 2018, saw world famous Jazz musician Kurt Elling’s return to Adelaide.
We know you don’t want to miss Sea & Vines so we’ve compiled a list of the best events in the festival to attend over the three days.
Something mythological (and musical) is coming to the Clipper Ship The City Of Adelaide this July.
We had a chance to catch up with Jack Bourke of Melbourne band City Calm Down about their upcoming Australian tour.
This film is a must see for anyone who found themselves standing shoulder to shoulder with their friends and strangers screaming their lungs out in unison in a concert in the 80s.
Splendour headliners, Ben Harper and Charlie Musselwhite are gracing us with their joint second album No Mercy in this Land and the consequent tour that’ll be hitting Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Canberra and Perth.
DZ Deathrays performed at the Gov in Adelaide on Friday May the fourth as part of the Bloody Lovely tour to promote their recently released album.
Glam Adelaide music interviewer, Jonathan Matthews, caught up with Shane Parsons of DZ Deathrays to talk about songwriting, their music video for Like People which featured Murray Cooke of The Wiggles, and about the bands upcoming Australian Tour.
Described as “the rock band of string quartets”, FourPlay String Quartet are definitely not your average string quartet and they aren’t afraid to show it with their new single ‘Bound’.