One frat house with very little dignity is reminiscent of where we lay our scene as the Shotspeare actors perform an abridged version of Romeo and Juliet.
If you go along to Icons expecting to see a typical drag show, you’ll be surprised, but not disappointed.
For a night of blues, laughs and climactic aural pleasure with a deliciously histrionic diva, check out Yana Alana’s Between The Cracks – it’ll crack you up.
Bringing dance, song and his signature instrument of choice, the piano accordion, Hans is putting the ‘original’ in Original Gangsta.
Nearly fifty fantastic features will be screening, many of those for the first time in this territory.
Chatting to us from his car in LA, the rocker with Buddy Holly styling and a suave demeanor, explains his choice to make authentic R&B.
Supported by Splash Adelaide, The Orchard Festival in Light Square will be a great, free event to ring in the festival season.
Meeta has been described as the true heir of the Gwalior musical gharana, being the grand-daughter and disciple of Padma Bhushan Pt Krishna Rao Shankar Pandit, the doyen of Northern Indian Classical music in the 20th century.
She is the sixth in an unbroken lineage of a two hundred year old tradition, but she is the first woman in her family to become a musician.
Last night, local bands got together at Jive to raise money for charity organisation Beyondblue raising almost $1000 for the mental health organisation.
This week, The Upside News’ favourite connoisseur in the kitchen has a sweet and zesty treat for us straight from her Southern Cucina.