Having produced the world’s largest streaming event as part of Adelaide Fringe in February and March 2021, the digital capabilities of Black Box Live have been tried and tested to produce a cinema-standard dynamic viewing experience.
The Australia Day Council of South Australia is calling for nominations for the 2022 Australian of the Year Awards.
This weekend at Adelaide Showground the Wild Hearses face-off with Mile Die Club for their spot in the Adelaide Roller Derby grand final.
A Quiet Place: Part II delivers suspense and scares cementing John Krasinski as a director to watch.
Australian eco-friendly wine brand from Accolade Wines, Banrock Station, has committed to planting 100,000 native trees and shrubs every year with Landcare Australia.
The Multicultural Eid Festival is returning to Adelaide Showgrounds this weekend and we have some free passes to give away!
June Again is a watchable but largely unconvincing and contrived exploration of dementia through one family’s journey from disintegration to resurrection.
A heart-warming, hilarious rollick that is as poignant as it is playful, Rosa and her joyously dysfunctional family take the audience on a journey of self-discovery, love and saying yes.
A core group of up to ten participants will be drawn from applications to complete the program free of charge over the course of three months.
With a stellar opener by Anna Jay, an Adelaide singer who delivered clean, angelic vocals and honest songs about the ups and downs of life and mental health battles, the evening was already promising a top notch musical exhibition.