Released in Australia and internationally, the part fiction, part autobiographical story is inspired by the trials and tribulations of the writer’s own life, but he hopes it will serve as some comfort for young people today.
Featuring performers from around the world, interstate and locally, the boutique event is once again bringing the excitement of the Fringe to the tranquil Adelaide hills from the 21st of February to the 1st of March 2020.
Next year, The Garden will host around 112 shows across 17 venues with a program bursting full of comedy, theatre, circus, cabaret, interactive spaces, music, magic and more.
Celebrating its 60th anniversary, the festival gets bigger and bigger every year with 2020 being no exception.
Indie rock trio Horror My Friend achieved three nods for their successes at the South Australian Music (SAM) Awards tonight, with Adrian Eagle and Electric Fields both coming away with two awards each, and Jess Day winning Best New Artist.
The inaugural Terrace Sessions are a free, pop-up music series featuring some of South Australia’s most talented musicians, playing over four Friday nights.
‘Electric Dreams’, hosted by Lot Fourteen, will look at how technology is changing the arts on February 19-21 in addition to a five-day virtual reality program and immersive storytelling showcase from February 19-23.
Highlighting the next generation of industry professionals in SA, the South Australian Fashion Focus Weekend offers an interactive platform for emerging designers to show off their wares and fashion lovers to be part of couture history in the making.
Vessel is a collaborative abstract sculptural dance piece from Belgian choreographer Damien Jalet and Japanese visual artist Kohei Nawa.
Featuring a cast of performers from Belgium and Hong Kong Lies blurs the lines between performance and political commentary by simulating, on a small scale, the globalisation of the economy into complete financial crisis.