Tomorrow night, Fringe in the Hills (formerly Stirling Fringe) kicks off its debut season running across two Adelaide Hills towns over ten days in April, featuring an all-South Australian line-up of the best cabaret, dance, comedy, magic, family-friendly shows, and music.
Expressions Media and City of Adelaide have again partnered in 2022 to deliver a free incubator program designed to arm creatives with the skills to tackle the business side of their craft.
Recently, industry leaders and creative technologists across the arts came together to present the innovative new ways they’re telling stories and you can be part of it this month.
Featuring five 2021 Raw Comedy state finalists, No Man’s Land is a comedy show that promises no topic off limits and everyone is fair game.
This truly unique perspective informs her tales of marriage, divorce, dating, political activism, and general survival as someone whose opinions don’t always match her physical appearance.
This Fringe, an overzealous idiot will attempt to perform all of Greek mythology in less than 60 minutes in order to save his Hellenic homeland from economic ruin.
The actor, playwright, and disability advocate named by The Advertiser as one of SA’s Rising Stars presents one-on-one performance Benched at Footscray Community Arts Centre this month in Midsumma Festival’s And/Or program.
Behind the renowned Banrock Station wine brand is an ethos of sustainability, from wines that are produced ethically with low environmental impact, to the Wine and Wetlands Centre that aims to create awareness and interest in the environment.
Used by some of the world’s top restaurants, this will be the first-time sonic seasoning has ever been applied to a drink, with each track designed to complete the flavour experience of each bespoke cocktail.
The holiday season is here and with the last few months of lockdown thankfully behind us, it’s time to get the diary out and begin planning your next catch up with family and friends.