Playing at Ukiyo at the Royal Croquet Club, Torte e Morte, written by Anya Anastasia is a darkly humorous musical exploration of the life of Marie Antoinette.
Adelaide band, The Vanity Cure is kicking off the new year with a new album – their very first album, actually.
As part of Chinese New Year celebrations, The Adelaide Festival Centre will present Stories of Life, an Australian premiere exhibition of contemporary artworks by some of China’s most fascinating artists.
David Emms joined The Upside News in 2015 as our resident film reviewer and we think he’s pretty terrific.
He’s put together a list of the best and worst films of 2015 for your entertainment!
Aside from making us wait (and wait and wait) for him to come on stage, “Weird Al” Yankovic remains, in my opinion, one of the world’s greatest entertainers.
Kick off your weekend with funky grooves, cheap drinks and free entry!
On the 6th of January, we decided to take on the mighty task of interviewing 16 people in one day. This is our day.
Treasures of the Nation is a stunning display of Chinese music for one night only in February as part of the 2016 Adelaide Fringe.
There is a really nasty undercurrent of behaviour perpetrated by men in Australia that has been allowed to fester for far too long. And it has to stop. We have to stop it.
Sisters is the perfect summer holiday film and we have double passes to give away!