Steve Hughes had Adelaide in stitches with his intelligent humour.
With half of the festival still to come, WOMADelaide Day 2 was another wonderful celebration of diversity, passion and musical virtuosity.
An enjoyable comedy that is definitely “not about the food!”
Interactive art installation, Gardens Speak provides a powerful (and very important) exercise in empathy.
An ingenious and aurally immersive journey through the Amazon jungle. A must see at Adelaide Festival.
A peek into the world of chemsex through an enthralling series of monologues.
All up, Prohibition is a well-sequenced, fast-paced and entertaining show that strikes a perfect balance between humour and physicality.
The Riverbank Palais is proving to be a fantastic addition to the Adelaide Festival program this year, hosting a diverse range of performances and forums, including The Duke, a theatre piece by Shôn Dale-Jones. The play begins its limited three night season on the floating venue from this evening, with half the proceeds going to Save the Children’s child refugee efforts.
The works explore the dependencies that humans have on water at large, as well exposing the vulnerability of the oceans and waterways, caused by human interference.
Portraits in Motion is moving and at the same time light-hearted and mesmeric.