The Adelaide Entertainment Centre was at capacity on Saturday night for the boys from Blackwood – Hilltop Hoods. And boy, do they know how to raise the roof!
Fast & Furious: Hobbs & Shaw’s strengths are that it is well-paced, funny, and, despite its significant body count and copious amounts of unnecessary property damage, an unexpectedly heart-warming film.
The performances are flawless and weave a magic into Miller’s play that transcends words on a page. Do not miss this incredible and thought-provoking performance.
An engaging monologue on the overlooked and cumbersome orchestral instrument and the people who play it.
Disney’s latest delve into the archives brings to the screen the picture real adaption of The Lion King… Bring your tissues, that no worries attitude and enjoy this honestly marvellous remake of the Disney classic when it hits cinemas around Australia from July 19.
Polish Club are in a great place right now. Having just released a ripper second album, they are are touring as an expanded three piece and clearly enjoying themselves.
‘Yesterday’ is a slick piece of British rom-com hokum. It’s fun, and works on a number of levels, but doesn’t tax the brain too much,
The latest film from writer / director Hlynur Palmason, A White, White Day, unfolds the fragility and madness of grief in a raw and brutally honest portrayal of a man attempting to come to terms with the loss of his wife and the discovery of her secrets.
AltFest is a very welcome addition to Adelaide’s live music landscape. At a time when many performance venues are closing their doors, the organisers of this new mini-festival should be applauded for investing in original live music, including Woodville City Council for opening the doors of its town hall for the event.
Auntie Boo’s Variety Diner had it all…with a meat tray raffle to boot.