Last night at Jive, Olympia delivered a highly satisfying taste of the old and the new on her ‘Star City’ tour of the country.
England’s sixties rock wild boys, The Pretty Things, finally made it into Adelaide – after a fifty-five year delay – on Saturday night. They delivered an impossible-to-ignore explosion of classic rock and roll energy!
It is not every day you get to speak to the man largely heralded as being responsible for a completely new genre of music – ‘goth rock’ – so The Upside News summoned up all of its powers of fortitude and made the call…
Released on October 11, In Like Flynn is the story of the Aussie star who made it big in the movie biz!
Clowns played the Cranka on Friday night and Katrina was there to catch all the action.
Sunshine That Can Move Mountains is an exploration of the complexity of the relationships that dominate all our lives – with family, friends and community, and with our gods and our environment. It’s a wonderful piece of cinema.
Family Fold’s new album, Ashfield Skyline, is a good record, and if the target audience that the lyrics seem to be speaking to most – the reflective, the nostalgic, the life-experienced – get to hear it, they’ll love it.
This month, 21 eager entrepreneurs will pitch their business idea to local and global investors, collaborators, mentors and networkers at Thebarton Community Centre on Thursday 18th October.
Last night The Waifs hit the Hopgood Theatre at Noarlunga and Katrina Hall was there to snap the action.
This month, in collaboration with The Royal Melbourne Hospital, Matty’s Soldiers will host their annual gala dinner in aid of raising much-needed funds and awareness for HHT.