Live, Steven Wilson refuses to compromise his musical vision and declares that he intends to continue steering a course towards creating soundscapes that challenge and delight – and occasionally perplex – his audience.
Vikki Thorn continues to prove herself to one of our very best songwriters, a consummate musician, and one hell of a great singer. Waifs or no Waifs, she is a compelling live act and this performance was an absolute joy to experience.
Lee Fields & The Expressions delivered a triumphant Adelaide Festival performance at The Palais on Monday night, one that reached deep down into your soul.
After almost a quarter of a century on the Aussie rock circuit, Regurgitator still have the knack.
The Palais was used to great effect on Tuesday evening for Kurt Vile’s solo show, providing fantastic atmospherics, as the idiosyncratic and talented troubadour played in front the magical moonlit vista on a balmy night.
Tonight on the Adelaide Riverbank Palais, the repertoire of Morrissey and The Smiths will be given a unique Mexican makeover with a performance from acclaimed Mariachi outfit, Mexrrissey.
Shôn Dale-Jones is a master story-teller. His one man show, The Duke, is an impressive, multilayered piece, with an appeal that lies in the simplicity of the performer’s approach.
The Riverbank Palais is proving to be a fantastic addition to the Adelaide Festival program this year, hosting a diverse range of performances and forums, including The Duke, a theatre piece by Shôn Dale-Jones. The play begins its limited three night season on the floating venue from this evening, with half the proceeds going to Save the Children’s child refugee efforts.