Running between April 5 to 14 in more than 120 venues across Adelaide and regions, Tasting Australia packed program of intimate dinners, long lunches, culinary day-trips, classes, wine tasting sessions and more will feature over 70 Michelin-starred and award-winning chefs and winemakers from around the world.
What I learn, over the course of the next 20 minutes spent in a hot-boxed shipping container lit up only by the Adelaide sun shining in through a gap in the door, is that the premise of the show relies on a deep human desire: everyone craves intimacy. And there are only very few moments in life where we truly experience it.
You would be hard pressed to find many bigger names in metal than Slayer and the American thrash band set the precedent for many bands to follow.
The WOMADelaide media conference, accompanied by the enthusiastic attitudes of 13 Headliner journalists, produced a highly successful afternoon. Hours before opening, the atmosphere of the park was vibrant and bustling with uncontained excitement.
You’ll be left wanting more. Completely relatable in all the wrong ways, #FirstWorldWhiteGirls: Spirit Animal is the surprise hit of the Fringe season.
With some excellent performances so far, WOMADelaide 2019 is now half over. But there’s still a lot more to come – stay tuned!
Sacred Resonance are returning to Adelaide Fringe with their beautiful and unique show and installation. Plantsong: The Secret […]
This year, Expressions Media in collaboration with WOMADelaide and The Upside News, is running Headliners, a course where young people learn the art of music journalism and then put those skills into practice by interviewing
RanDom, as the title suggests, is a random selection of tricks and illusions, where, rather than sitting in the audience of a magic show, you feel like you’re at a party or in Dom’s lounge room – he just makes you feel so damned comfortable.
Written and performed by Patrick Livesey, The Boy, George is the exploration of what might happen if Queen Elizabeth died, the Monarchy is overthrown and a bratty and entitled Prince George refuses to leave the palace.