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.
“We’ve been to Radelaide many times. We love it. It’s a wonderful, wonderful city. I reckon Adelaide’s the first place I ever had crocodile on a pizza. It was very delicious; like salty, seawater chicken,” says Joe Ryan from Pond.
most importantly, the point of difference for my show isn’t just my look. It’s not the fact that I’m big, black, bearded and gay, it’s that I love opera and I want to share that love of opera with you. I also want to sit down with you and tell you the things that make us the same.
Supported by Splash Adelaide, The Orchard Festival in Light Square will be a great, free event to ring in the festival season.
Famous for their visual and aural spectaculars, this year the company offers a unique experience for all the senses. Fear and Delight is a night of decadent cocktails, indulgent food, music, theatrics and, to top off the evening, a party.
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.
We’re all just looking to have a laugh, but apart from those four weeks in February/March when the cup of comedy doth runneth over, do you know where to get your giggle fix?
Emma Donovan and The PutBacks are a marriage of soul, rhythm and ideas, and has given the singer, who has been nominated for multiple Deadly Awards including Female Artist of the Year, a new lease of life…
Rolling Stone called them ‘unexpected showstoppers’, everyone in the music industry is raving about them and, of course, over two million YouTube viewers can’t be wrong…