Supported by Sean Kemp, Kylie Brice and Charlie Monsoon, Trent is celebrating the release of his latest offering with a unique concept.
Month: July 2015
The AFL has urged fans to stop booing, which has seem to incite people to boo louder. What does that say about our society? When a person has the courage to speak out against bullying, we chastise them and make them feel weak. Are these the values we should we teaching our children?
A champion elite athlete is being bullied and that’s not ok.
Williamson makes you think; that’s the beauty of his work, and The Perfectionist will give you plenty to think about. It’s a fun play with some lovely moments and is showing until August 8th.
Now Cozmo has committed to his hip hop career, he is devoting his energy to making a name for himself in the local scene.
As always with the MARVEL Cinematic Universe, there are flashbacks, links, Easter eggs and hints placed all throughout the film, linking Ant-Man to the larger Avengers storyline,
With marriage equality being a hot topic at the moment, a local theatre company has decided to open the conversation further.
The Scandinavian Film Festival runs in Adelaide from Wednesday 22nd July until Wednesday 29th July at Palace Nova East End Cinemas
With a short term goal of trying to win Triple J Unearthed High, and a long term goal of touring the world, The Artisan Rabbits are keen to pursue a lengthy career in music.
Acoustic, shredtastic, flamenco rock duo Citrus Jam are coming to play a bunch of shows in Adelaide, and launch their second album, Off the Hook at The Grace Emily.