In every aspect of the performance, elements of the old and new are seamlessly brought together.
The orchestra, made up of South Australia’s best and brightest young musicians will bring poetry, passion and power to the fore this year.
Velvet is smooth, sexy, luscious, exciting, heartwarming and damn good fun.
Public Service Broadcasting is the corduroy-clad brainchild of London-based J. Willgoose, Esq (banjo, guitar, laptop and keyboards), working in cahoots with companion, Wrigglesworth (drums).
Rocked up string quartet FourPlay are celebrating their 20th year in music this year and to celebrate, they’re playing the upcoming WOMADelaide festival.
To raise money for a worthy cause, and in the spirit of all things automotive, the 2015 Clipsal 500 Adelaide Safety Car will be auctioned off to the highest bidder.
Including informative sessions on different theatrical roles such as lighting, sound, costume, sets, characterisation and stage management, I Can Do This! Drama Day is set to be a great resource for both teachers and students.
It’s how the company relate to and engage with the young people that makes the work so effective, which is why ActNow are such a valuable part of SA’s arts and education…
From the moment you are presented with your black or white eye mask, offered beef jerky with ant sauce served out of a cow skull, it’s a journey of surprises that keeps you guessing.
WOMADelaide is famous for offering a taste of music from all over the world, but there are few with as rich an array of flavours as Flavia Coelho.