The Elephant Man is a poignant and powerful look at difference, disability and the cult of celebrity.
Mary’s Poppin’ is the first permanent cabaret bar in Adelaide’s east end, and will serve delectable cocktails while patrons are entertained by random popup shows from sexy singers, drag divas and beautiful burlesque performers.
The band has gone through a huge transformation since its inception and Kiah says they’ve reached a natural state of being as a group.
Check out our gallery with photos by the amazing John Goodridge!
It may have taken Stiff Little Fingers four decades to come to Adelaide and play a full set but there were obviously a lot of people extremely happy that they finally made the trip.
Dallas Green may use City and Colour to showcase his knack for constructing a gentle, affecting ballad, but his live show draws a large and very enthusiastic audience. The Monday night show at Thebarton Theatre was packed with exuberant fans ready to end the Easter weekend on a high.
Mary’s Poppin will officially launch on April 8, and will be open every Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 8pm til late.
Stiff Little Fingers play The Gov on Wednesday March 30.
Don’t let our music scene become our best kept secret, get out and see local bands.
As A Rival are ready to begin a journey they hope is a long and successful one as they share their music with Australia, and hopefully the world.