State Theatre Company and ActNow Theatre have teamed up to present a series of isolation-inspired stories with over 30 of South Australia’s finest established and emerging artists.
Scottish performer, writer and social activist Alan Cumming has been appointed the Artistic Director for Adelaide Cabaret Festival 2021.
Seated Sunday Sessions will run throughout the month of June, kicking off with the talented multi-instrumentation of Trav Collins. The following three Sundays will include local musicians who are just aching to get out and play some tunes.
Spare time is (supposedly) abundant in isolation. STORY HACK and the South Australian Film Corporation (SAFC) are helping us put it to good use with a series of intimate workshops for local writers and creatives.
Online gigs are great, because I could eat Cheezels and dye my hair while I watched Kit. But online gigs are also lacking because she couldn’t hear us cheering, our photographers couldn’t take awesome gig photos and I couldn’t meet up with all my music loving friends.
Chairperson of Magabala Books, retired schoolteacher and current home schooler of her three grandchildren, Edie Wright’s suggestions celebrate the talent and diversity of First Nations voices and introduces young readers to a range of cultures, languages and traditions from across Australia.
We train our bodies for physical strength, but we tend to neglect the fitness of our minds, which is the topic of debut book The Mindset Fitness Workout: Be fit for success without burning out by Luisa Wing.
Artists of all genres are being encouraged to register video content as a Fringe event, in an impressive online pilot platform called Adelaide FringeVIEW.
The hip hop artist says, “I wanted to write a song for my miyalk (girl) but also show appreciation to the women who taught me to respect everyone as my equals. I grew up with beautiful spirited women and now I share my life with a strong, empowered woman so I wrote a song for her, and for all the strong-minded women out there.”
The Umbrella Festival (previously set to open on 17th July) will be rescheduled to Friday 18 September – Sunday 4 October 2020, with the launch date and release of the Printed Program to be Wednesday 22 July, published by our partner Scenestr.