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Kidd Retail Group specialises in creating retail venues from concept to completion. Kidd Retail Group prides itself on injecting forward thinking ideas and concepts into the market. Venues include Lady Burra Brewhouse, The Noble Gentleman, Two Suns Rooftop and Frequency
Kidd Retail Group is a South Australian based, family-owned and operated business since 2000. With in-depth knowledge in the food and beverage industry, Kidd Retail Group are experts in all areas of hospitality including procurement of restaurant fit-out and design, menu engineering, council and health regulations and safety standards.
The Mercury CX creative hub is a venue like no other combing theatres, creative suites, entertainment packages and professional services for emerging story tellers. Our beloved Mercury Cinema and Boutique screening room showcase the finest hand picked films, from around the world. Mercury CX is home to exclusive screenings, the best of the world’s festivals, Adelaide Cinematheque and can even be hired to turn your next birthday into a blockbuster.
Mercury CX is a nonprofit member organisation dedicated to talent escalation and story development for the screen industry. Through our programs and services Mercury CX cultivates original screen stories from diverse and authentic voices, fosters innovation and connects creators with audiences. From Screenmakers to the South Australian Screen Awards, Mercury CX is the home of events and programs that inspire, nurture and support pathways to professional careers in the industry.
The WEA offers affordable, accessible, fun and friendly adult learning opportunities to all South Aussies.
The WEA offers affordable, accessible, fun and friendly adult learning opportunities to all South Aussies. The Workers’ Educational Association of South Australia Incorporated, founded in 1913 and known locally as the WEA, is Australia’s largest non-government adult community education organisation. The WEA was founded to support working men and women to access education they could not otherwise afford. Today the WEA operates as an innovative, flexible provider of adult learning and remains committed to making education accessible for all with moderately priced short courses. The WEA is an independent, non-government association almost completely funded by the student fees that it receives. Every year the WEA offers more than 1500 short courses and publishes five Course Guides each year in late January, early April, late June, mid-September and late November.