It’s not every day we see a young man paying tribute to his Mother, but Port Augusta based artist Dre Ngatokorua [AKA MozZi], bases his whole Fringe show on this very thing.
Arriving at the stark white shipping container, we await what’s to come. A welcome speech and final warning about the experience being held in complete darkness has you wondering, what am I getting myself into? We enter.
Inclusive, dynamic, diverse and divine, Smashed is the best time you will have at 10:30am with your clothes on (or off, there’s no judgement in the Smashed fam).
This year we thought we’d put together a gift guide that explores alternate sides to masculinity and not just utility vehicles, sports cars and golf clubs.
Kate Lewis is excited to be debuting her collection at the showcase this Friday night as part of the partnership program, which also includes relaxing folk music from Bysea (Simon Basey) as well as sweet, garage blues by The Dead Regulars.
We’ve all heard of recycling. It’s a topic most of us learned when we were kids and something just as many, if not more, have already grown to take part in, whether it be to try and help the planet survive or to make a bit of profit from their used bottles and cans.
A core group of up to ten participants will be drawn from applications to complete the program free of charge over the course of three months.
With a stellar opener by Anna Jay, an Adelaide singer who delivered clean, angelic vocals and honest songs about the ups and downs of life and mental health battles, the evening was already promising a top notch musical exhibition.
Seaton High School, one of the few entrepreneurial schools in Adelaide have been gifted the opportunity to create programs for students that have an impact on their futures.
Earlier this month, the 63rd annual Grammy Awards ceremony was held at the Los Angeles Convention Center, and the nominations have caused an uproar of accusations for racism within the music industry.