Florence + The Machine really give a first rate performance, creating music in a way that’s a genuine experience for the audience. Much of this is due to Florence Welch, a unique talent with an amazing voice, who throws herself into her art in way that you can’t help but connect with it.
Get ready for LadyBeatlemania at this year’s Adelaide Fringe!
Green Book delivers a powerful story of courage, respect and friendship which speaks powerfully to our era, pushing a convincing case for understanding and compromise to prevail over mistrust and exclusion.
M. Night Shyamalan’s “Unbreakable” saga ends with mixed results.
DreamWorks Animation’s ‘How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World’ is certain to be a winner with its pre-high school holiday audience.
It’s a truism that many of the best things in life are only experienced by the privileged few – and it was only Adelaide’s ‘privileged few’ that got to enjoy P.P. Arnold’s terrific performance at The Gov last night.
Mary Poppins Returns – a wonderful film for those who still have the power to suspend disbelief and accept that magic (and some gentle discipline!) still has its place in our seemingly rootless twenty first century world.
The Dropkick Murphys did their only sideshow for Good Things Festival at HQ on December 10th with support from Young Offenders.
Legendary soul singer, the ‘First Lady of Immediate’, PP Arnold, will be in town on December 13 to play her first ever Adelaide solo show at The Gov and remind us all of her prodigious talents!
A public fundraising campaign in underway for the state’s first dedicated memorial to victims of domestic violence, an interactive sculptural garden in the Adelaide CBD.