Bands on Track submissions are open until January 5, giving local artists a chance to perform at the Superloop Adelaide 500 after-race concert series in February.
Leconfield Wines, Australia’s oldest family owned winemaking business, has teamed up with the Williams Syndrome Association of South Australia to raise funds for people living with Williams Syndrome.
Alastair says the Basics to Beauty Masterclasses, which starts January 25 at the Duke of Brunswick from 10am until 4pm promises to leave students with confidence, knowhow and a newfound cosmetic ability.
The iconic market is expecting more than 500,000 people to walk through the doors in the last two weeks of the season, with 115,000 of those are expected to visit in the final three days.
Hosted by the Korean Disability Arts & Culture Center (KDAC) in Seoul, No Strings will tour the full production to Seoul, giving four public performances, two school matinees, a public talk and a collaborative workshop.
Released in Australia and internationally, the part fiction, part autobiographical story is inspired by the trials and tribulations of the writer’s own life, but he hopes it will serve as some comfort for young people today.
Fat Controller introduces The Steam Room, a dedicated electronic and dance section of the club.
Dragged Across Concrete centres on veteran cop (Mel Gibson) and his volatile younger partner (Vince Vaughn), who find themselves suspended when a video of their strong-arm tactics becomes the media’s cause du jour.
Featuring performers from around the world, interstate and locally, the boutique event is once again bringing the excitement of the Fringe to the tranquil Adelaide hills from the 21st of February to the 1st of March 2020.
Next year, The Garden will host around 112 shows across 17 venues with a program bursting full of comedy, theatre, circus, cabaret, interactive spaces, music, magic and more.