Combining the artistry and majesty of martial arts, breakdance, contemporary movement accompanied by a soundscape of drums, Kata is an […]
The three powerhouse entertainers are a representation of the diverse nature within Adelaide Fringe and highlight that the event has something for everyone.
Playing as part of Back2Back Festival at Star Theatres, The Runner Up follows the plight of hapless but ultimately loveable Cyn in a substance-soaked black comedy about a fabulous loser and her young band’s long way to the top.
Honey Pot is recognised as a valued platform connecting artists and their projects with a broad range of national and international industry decision makers.
Through the work of a dedicated group comprising local neurodiverse and neurotypical people, Let’s Be Friends will create a series of children’s books, the first being ‘Hello to Me’, in addition to a documentary, classroom resources and a giant Jenga set that children can decorate and play.
XXX Neon Sign is the inaugural show for the newly established Rumpus Theatre collective of Bowden in the repurposed space previously occupied by Fontanelle Gallery on Sixth Street. South Australian composer Dan Thorpe, with a growing reputation for experimental nous, cuts an isolated figure at the piano as he navigates Australian poet James Andre’s work of the same title, illuminating Andre’s personal recollections of working in a porno store in Brisbane.
Launching on October 26 with its first gig The Exhibition, Dad’s Warehouse will see a jam-packed line up of emerging local hip hop talent to kick off its new life as a chill out zone for artists, a record label and a record store.
SAFIA livened up a cold night at HQ on the second leg of their “Story’s Start or End” tour.
Adelaide’s Silent Remasters live screen and musical experience returns, expanding to a two-day event from September 13th – 14th at the Mercury Cinema.
New music festival, November Nights will celebrate soul, storytelling, diversity and strength from some of the most phenomenal female performers in the Australian music industry at Woodville Town Hall