The Umbrella Festival (previously set to open on 17th July) will be rescheduled to Friday 18 September – Sunday 4 October 2020, with the launch date and release of the Printed Program to be Wednesday 22 July, published by our partner Scenestr.
Homelessness is a far more complicated issue than ‘poverty’ and the associated range of causes need to be understood before they can each be addressed. It may not be achievable to structure a society so that there is no homelessness, but rather a realistic goal might be to ensure that there are plenty of ways out of homelessness.
During the Media Call we spoke to several international WOMAD artists, that included B. Dance, Orquestra Akokan, and Brian Goldsmith. We also had a chance to take some photos of the artists.
As a non-profit organisation, WOMADelaide’s continued growth depends on philanthropy to support the success, diversity and creativity excellence of the festival.
Once such supporter is Simon Hackett who spoke with aspiring journalist Bert Rich about the place WOMADelaide has within Adelaide’s culture.
Super Rats comprises four performers, who are all great friends with an appreciation of good biscuits.
While she’s only been writing music for about the past two years, Stellie is currently getting plenty of national airplay and is certainly hitting the big time.
The music at WOMADelaide is a chance to experience and learn about a myriad of different cultures, find out about or support local artists and hear music that you may never get to listen to again.
The world’s most dangerous ukulele band, the Ukulele Death Squad, perform at the Regal Theatre Kensington as part of the Adelaide Fringe to tell the tale of the late Bruce Riley – ‘The Squad Father’
inishing with international classic such as Hallelujah and James Brown’s I Feel Good; the only thing that remains consistent throughout the show is the pride, and jubilant smiles on all choir members faces. This show is for them first and foremost, and a special gift for the lucky spectators witnessing something very unique.
What I would best describe as ‘gay Massaoke!’ SNAP CRACKLE POP pumps out all your favourite hits of yesteryear, best diva anthems and sexiest RNB hits from the 80s, 90s and 2000s. It’s an absolute crime not to sing-along and cut a rug!