Jimmy Dalton’s inane script is as out of focus as most holiday snaps, but that’s not to say this relatively quirky travelogue doesn’t have its moments.
In an obvious tribute to Jeff Wayne’s timeless musical adaptation of War of the Worlds, Project 2 have attempted to recreate the passion of HG Well’s immortal story The Time Machine.
For lovers of Afrobeat, there’s no going past local African artist Professor Dada Nii and his wonderful band, fusing West African drumming and songs with jazz.
Die Roten Punkte (The Red Dots) are a late night Fringe comedy staple, having returned to Adelaide for a number of consecutive years now. This ‘best of’ show is a must for seasoned fans and new fans alike.
The City of Adelaide will today welcome the arrival of rock and roll legends AC/DC by ringing the Adelaide Town Hall bells ahead of tonight’s spectacular Black Ice concert.
The Adelaide Casino Adelaide Cup will be a fashion frenzy as frocked up race-goers vie to win Myer Racing Ambassador, Rebecca Twigley’s vote for the best dressed in this year’s Myer Fashions on the Field South Australian final.
The Redbacks Weet-Bix Sheffield Shield team selected to play this week’s crucial match against the Bulls will train this morning prior to flying to Queensland.
Mike Rann – the self proclaimed ‘Education Premier’ – has failed to deliver key promises on early childhood education and now he is asking South Australians to trust him again.
Some believe that it is because Shakespeare directly quoted the words of a magical invocation in the script but, whatever the reason, his play, Macbeth, has come to be considered a cursed work.
Premier Mike Rann says that a significant proportion of the 100,000 extra jobs the Government is aiming for will be in defence industries – including more than 3000 for the Air Warfare Destroyer project alone.
This morning on radio the Premier admitted his 100,000 jobs pledge was in fact just 30,000 extra jobs over the next six years.
One has often heard the phrase “a painter’s painter” and Nicholas Harding can well be described in that manner.
These four terrific singers recreate the Sapphires in a top notch production filled with toe tapping soul and Motown songs.
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Adelaide United Youth has produced a superb recovery mission to draw 3-3 with Sydney FC Youth in their National Youth League match at Cromer Park on Saturday afternoon.
Comedy, song, audience involvement, amazingly powerful trapeze work, acrobatics and more fill this show to overflowing with energy, pace, great comic timing and a goodly sprinkling of naughtiness and nudity.
From the fun of a tassel-swinging gorilla, to the edgy elegance of Umiumare in a stunning kimono, to a range of beautiful and bizarre sequences, this is an eclectic mix.
This was a preview performance, but you would not have known it. Everything ran as smoothly as clockwork and the performance was up to its usual highly polished and professional standard.
The new $4 million North Terrace Stage Three development is open and ready for use just in time for tonight’s spectacular Northern Lights display.
This is a collection of very short plays with a linking motif; the ubiquitous umbrella. Every play involves at least one umbrella.