Bringing their rendition of Swan Lake to Australian audiences, they are demonstrating their act of defiance against war through the vocabulary of dance.
From a castle that breathes, a comic book come to life, to a fantastic thief – this is your Weekly Watch.
From doppelgängers to spooky Santa, this is your Weekly Watch.
Already recognised as one of the world’s biggest arts festivals, the Fringe has been attracting artists and visitors to our state for over 60 years, and this award will come as no surprise to locals.
As the first festival in Adelaide to do so, their Sustainability Action Plan puts into action very real and tangible ways of meeting the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
James says that the film was never intentionally made to be about men’s mental health of grief, but that it just came naturally and eventually evolved before their eyes into exactly that.
Once again, the OzAsia Festival has taken over the Adelaide CBD, this time celebrating its 15th anniversary by showcasing the best of Asian culture and cuisine.
This week is all about romance; a genre I am particularly fond of. From how love can change your life, to the different kinds of love around the world – this is your Weekly Watch.
From an Irish sitcom to a refreshing summer throwback – here is your Weekly What To Watch.
“We are all being called to change in ways we might not have yet imagined; in our inner selves, our interaction with each other, and the ways we live, work, play, and learn.”