Like many other businesses, their café and restaurant income has decreased significantly due to the pandemic and while the business is adapting as much as it can by teaming up with some customers doing home delivery, supermarket demand has plateaued post Easter.
These interactive live-streamed events will teach young stargazers (as well as curious kids stuck at home) all about the universe as Lisa reads from her children’s book Under the Stars: Astrophysics for Bedtime and answers kid’s questions.
Artists of all genres are being encouraged to register video content as a Fringe event, in an impressive online pilot platform called Adelaide FringeVIEW.
The Adelaide Central Market has launched a pre-order and collect drive-through service that will supplement a range of purchase options being offered by a number of traders, including home delivery, in-store takeaway and pre-orders by email and phone, so customers can shop their essentials during COVID-19.
Record companies have ventured into the dim and dusty corners of their warehouses to bring us bargains galore, including records, CDs, cassettes, DVDs and even books, all at bargain prices.
As restaurants and cafes adapt to new restrictions to ensure the safety and wellbeing of their customers and the community, many \have introduced new solutions, including takeaway and delivery, to allow you to enjoy your favourite restaurants from your dining table.
The Umbrella Festival (previously set to open on 17th July) will be rescheduled to Friday 18 September – Sunday 4 October 2020, with the launch date and release of the Printed Program to be Wednesday 22 July, published by our partner Scenestr.
Homelessness is a far more complicated issue than ‘poverty’ and the associated range of causes need to be understood before they can each be addressed. It may not be achievable to structure a society so that there is no homelessness, but rather a realistic goal might be to ensure that there are plenty of ways out of homelessness.
F**k conventional thought and understandings around sexuality according to the status-quo. Instead, this show asks that you open your mind to all things kinky, freaky and to instead reserve your judgment for other things – like those among us still grappling with the concept of enthusiastic consent.
On Saturday March 14, John Goodridge went along to see The Mezingers with Press Club. Here are his snaps from the evening.