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This film is a breath of fresh air in the comedy genre and managed to pull off a very unique concept in a hilarious way.
Eight Days a Week (The Touring Years) documents, in meticulous detail, the Fab Four’s rise to fame in Liverpool, England in 1962 and follows along country to country, city to city (even Adelaide gets a look in).
If you have a suggestion on the best doughnut in Adelaide, feel free to leave a comment below and share your thoughts – the boys might even give it a shot, as long as it has sprinkles!
You can win a double pass to this winner of the Weekly Award for Best Children’s Presentation at Adelaide Fringe 2015 & 2016.
Cat Empire frontman Felix Riebl shows off his considerable songwriting skills with the new solo album, Paper Doors.
Scumfest 2016 announces special “re-union edition” lineup, featuring Conation, 99 Reasons Why and Totally Unicorn.
Following a three year gap, alt-electro pioneers, Empire of the Sun are set to release their third studio album, Two Vines on 28th October.
Civil Dusk feels like hanging out with an old friend that you haven’t seen for a while and working out just how much you’ve missed them.
There’s plenty of great reasons to check out Palace of the King on Friday, September 9 at Crown & Anchor, and you can grab the new album from their website.