Alison Moyet never missed a note and every word was delivered with crystal clear enunciation and diction. An awesome performance.
You ever experienced that endorphin induced high that comes after enjoying one of life’s great highs – a live performance that exceeded all expectations? Feeling’ Groovy: The Songs Of Simon & Garfunkel just delivered one to a rapt audience at The Arkaba!
Tim Nicholson’s Road Kings played their Adelaide Cabaret Fringe Festival shows over the weekend.
A large percentage of Adelaide’s French community, as well as more than a smattering of our fair city’s Francophiles, braved the chill of Friday evening and eagerly filled the Nexus Cabaret in order to experience a night of French romantic melancholia presented by the Panache Adelaide French Theatre.
Diamond Lives, Picture Books is scheduled for one more performance at The Jade, 142 Franklin Street, Adelaide, next Friday night, June 16 at 7:30pm.
Word of mouth, after this first show, should ensure that tickets will be scarce by the end of the week. Buy yours now.
Fascinating, evocative, ethereal – Sufjan Stevens and friends’ new album ‘Planetarium’ is a wondrous pice of work.
He’s going to take awhile to build the audience he surely deserves, but make no mistake, on the evidence of Saturday night’s show at The Exeter, Ben Wright-Smith will do it.
The Whitlams are now quarter of a century old, and it seemed many of those who have grown into middle age along with the band were in attendance at the Festival Theatre on Saturday night, all happily reliving the joys, frustrations and outrages contained within Freedman’s songs, rejoicing in the full dramatic sensurround sound of the soundtrack of their lives.
The fascinating documentary, David Lynch: The Art Life, will be screened, in a double bill with a new print of Eraserhead, at the Palace Nova Cinemas on Sunday 21 May from 2:15pm, as part of the American Essentials Film Festival 2017.
OCD Love proved to be compulsive, but uncomfortable viewing.