Santa Claus ain’t got nothin’ on Adelaide’s favourite hot-pants-wearing German who is set to dash through Flinders Street to bring a sleigh full of your favourite pop hits to the German Club.
The Adelaide Festival is offering half price tickets to Á Fleur de Peau at $20 for adults and $7.50 for children thanks to The Advertiser and Sunday Mail.
Next month, The National Institute of Circus Arts will be scouting Adelaide’s circus talent as it auditions for its 2016 student intake.
A new concept has arrived in Adelaide and it’s set to change how we view South Australian arts – quite literally.
By engaging young people in his show, Alirio Zavarce is hoping he can show them the hope and goodness in the world around them.
New York based cabaret performer, actor and comedic pianist Mark Nadler is heading back to Adelaide with his solo show, Mark Nadler in a Nutshell.
Williamson makes you think; that’s the beauty of his work, and The Perfectionist will give you plenty to think about. It’s a fun play with some lovely moments and is showing until August 8th.
With marriage equality being a hot topic at the moment, a local theatre company has decided to open the conversation further.
Geneviève agreed to meet with The Upside News between her busy schedule to tell us what it’s like to travel with the world’s most famous circus.
Inspired by John Cage’s philosophy, Taiwan’s M.O.V.E Theatre will present a tribute that weaves original music, installation and physical theatre into an immersive and intimate theatrical event.