These works are a testimony to the high level of ideas, incorporated with technical skill.
Rossanne Pellegrino is an Adelaide artist who now works and lives in London.
British actor, Alan Rickman, and Katherine Viner have taken the words for this piece directly from the writings of American activist, Rachel Corrie.
And the Winner is.......
Tommy Bradson has written and performs a dark, alluring comical cabaret that explores the sleazy, erotic lives of an hermaphrodite living a dual life as stripper Charlie Martini and boxer Alastair Astaire.
Once in a while, on special occasions like the Fringe and the Cabaret Fringe, the cast of Berlin Cabaret get together to revive the show that ran every week for around three years at the much loved and missed Weimar Room.
It’s always exciting to watch a career blossom. From Victor Harbor to Sydney, Mat Loeser is one of this State’s rising young exports, with a particular appeal to lovers of nostalgia.
Renegade Productions have embraced this challenge with a fresh new interpretation of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein.
Australia’s first international drag act returns to the Adelaide Fringe for another high camp, gender bending film tribute.
Inspired by a conversation overheard in a food court, this haunting expose of bullying and abuse is enacted by five intellectually disabled actors.
Three of NIDA’s 2009 graduate directors each have taken a one act play and have involved NIDA’s designers, actors and production students in creating these works.
Skilfully directed by Delia Olam to bring out the subtext, these two plays carry a considerable impact in the intimate confines of this venue.
Exotic cars will be on display at the Porsche Show at Wigley Reserve, Glenelg, this Sunday March 7 from 10am -4pm.
In its short life, Slingsby has quickly become accustomed to success. This latest work looks set to have a similarly rosy future ahead of it.
The Liberals have come out hard with an attack on the Rann Government’s policy on Law and Order…no not the TV show, but their pledge that they’re tough on crime and tough on drugs.
The Liberals have announced their intention to build a new $35M Hospital to replace the ageing Angaston and Tanunda facilities should they win office.
Enda Walsh’s 2005 play is about three expatriate Irishmen from County Cork, a father and his two sons, who share a dilapidated council flat on London's Walworth Road.
In the play's best moments the character appear real. Watching it you almost feel like you are journalist tasked with interviewing them all.
The South Australian Screen Awards (SASA) winners were announced last night (Thursday March 4) at a gala event presented by the Media Resource Centre (MRC). The ceremony was opened by the Hon. Kate Ellis, Minister for Early Childhood Education, Child Care and Youth Minister for Sport.
Man Covets Bird tells the story of a young man, a young bird, and of growing up. This is the story about their journey to the big city, what they find there and what they make of themselves.