Four interactive ‘Somm for a Day’ sessions focus on what it takes to be a sommelier and will cover different aspects of the job while exploring six of National Wine Centre’s Head Sommelier James Boden’s favourite Australian wines at each event.
After sell out shows at Melbourne and Brisbane Festivals, masterminds behind the 2019 Garden hit, House of Mirrors bring 1000 Doors – Door within a door to Adelaide Fringe.
Seasoned Adelaide performer and prominent actor in disability arts Kym Mackenzie presents his first solo show Kym’s Overall Extravaganza Showcase, at this year’s Adelaide Fringe.
With suicide being the leading cause of death in young people and 1 in 4 being diagnosed with a mental health condition, Raise’s expansion is welcomed by parents, educators and youth support workers.
While every effort was made to keep +Live+ on the bill, due to scheduling conflicts and the on-going difficulties the world has been subject to, the band are unable to make it to Australia during the new timeframe.
Showcasing 80 prominent food producers and chefs between Port Noarlunga and Cape Jarvis, ‘Faces & Food of the Fleurieu’ details their stories, favourite recipes and expert tips.
After COVID-19 rocked plans in July 2020, local music mentoring organisation, Girls Rock! Adelaide, have now announced applications are now open for their 2021 summer camp.
Available to download on Apple’s App Store, Baxta helps pet parents set up a social media profile for their pet while connecting to thousands of services, destinations, vet advice, customer reviews, meetups and events.
Pep’s vision for change in the dance scene is admirable and he has high hopes to one day have the program nationally accredited, to continue to bridge the gap between Deaf, hard of hearing and hearing communities.
A Starry Festival, featuring an exciting line-up of four cabaret, theatre and live shows, including two Adelaide Premieres, will sparkle this month.