Postmodern Jukebox returned to Adelaide on Saturday night and reminded us all of why they attract such a fanatical following.
Director Yang Mingming’s first feature film, Girls Always Happy, will screen as a centrepiece of this year’s OzAsia Film Festival’s Women Directors In Asia selection.
The Great Buddha is not an easy film to watch, it is confronting in places, and the characters are hard to warm to – but by the film’s end you realise that a number of its images and ideas have been burned indelibly into your psyche.
The Upside News had the chance to speak to prog rocker Steven Wilson and he seemed more than happy to share his views on his recent positive change of fortune, his latest album, and the upcoming Australian tour and new live DVD.
Stiff Records stalwart and indie rock favourite, Wreckless Eric, is making his way back to Australia for the first time since 1980! Catch him this November at The Gov!
If the local audience reaction to the premiere screening of Marion Pilowsky’s first feature film The Flip Side is anything to go by, the film is destined to do well here in Adelaide.
Officially ‘encouraged and supported’ by Motown itself, The Sounds Of The Supremes will be performing a one-off show in Adelaide at The Gov in March next year.
Rock fans are in for a Christmas treat with the return of legendary American rock band Living Colour to our city when they barnstorm The Gov in December!
The Deer Johns approached this performance as a chance to indulge in some high-spirited fun and gave the assembled crowd a more than generous opportunity to sing and dance, and relive the rock and roll abandon of their suburban youth.
Triage! – A Nursing Cabaret suffers a little from its uneven structure and approach but Zuleika Khan certainly has a strong voice, a clear sense of passion and a wicked sense of humour, so
this show is definitely with examining.