Based on a series of books dating from 1908 and written by L.M. Montgomery, Anne of Green Gables was transformed into a musical in 1965. Donald Harron adapted the book, Norman Campbell wrote the music, and Harron and Campbell together did most of the lyrics.
It’s that time of the year again! What a wonderful way to get into the Christmas spirit, a visit to the Christmas Proms with all the trimmings.
Where else can you have a Scandinavian-inspired meal and also find your newest statement piece of clothing?
If you’re thinking about getting a little something shiny for that special someone (or dropping hints that you’d like a little something shiny), we’ve found the perfect solution for you!
To make your Christmas gifting a little easier this year, here’s a list of some of the best, unique South Australian experiences you can give as a present to a loved one (or yourself (because you deserve it)!
The outdoor gourmet food and wine event was awarded Best Festival and Event at the 2018 South Australian Tourism Awards, making it a street party you might not want to miss.
Local sweetheart, Bird in Hand Winery, was the official wine sponsor for the 2018 British Fashion Awards and served up its premium wines to guests throughout the night.
We all know that an Australia Christmas is a little different to other parts of the world—instead of frolicking through the snow, we have the opportunity to wander rows of trees in the sunshine, plucking ripe cherries from their branches—but that just makes our celebrations all the more unique. Here’s your chance to have a truly Australian Christmas!
Teaming up a peaceful dolphin watching cruise along the Port River, with some healthy new year’s resolutions, seems like a good way to start 2019, no?
Here’s the first two major reasons to book your ticket to the 2019 ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open.
This is the second novel for younger readers by Jaclyn Moriarty and, due to its…
This picture book tells the tale of a group of stranded polar bears who are befriended by Lily at the beach, with an underlying message of acceptance, generosity and the way our community is made up by different cultures.
You’ve done a fancy dinner at your parents, fish and chips by the sea, drinks at your fave restaurant, a barbeque in the backyard—how else can you celebrate Christmas this year?
The Barossa Vintage Festival is coming back for another year to showcase the Barossa story…
“We aim to give local growers and food producers an opportunity to sell direct to the customer and improve farm gate returns,” said Mr Andrew Frangos, spokesperson for the market.
Can the humble shroom help us save the planet right now? How can you survive the Armageddon and stay nice doing it? Can we tackle climate change without addressing our relationship with meat consumption and the livestock industry? WOMADelaide 2019’s Planet Talks program asks the real questions.
If you love cricket, but you’re keen to try something a little more luxe, we’ve found just the ticket. The Boundary launches next week at the test match between India & Australia, and we’re giving you the chance to win tickets!
The welcome return of Westfield extended trading hours, midnight shopping and the Non-Stop Shop are going to be a lifesaver this busy Christmas season.
There’s never been a better time to jump on the winter wedding train, and no, we aren’t arguing for a winter wonderland theme.
If you’d just purchased a house, imagine all the things you could do if someone handed you $10,000.