Miss Renee Simone's voice is a joy to listen to as she turns every number into a piece that is all her own.
Festival season is in full swing and Strongbow, the official cider of Future Music Festival, will be celebrating the last days of summer with an awesome foam party at Future Music Festivals around the country.
The winner of the Fringe Magicians Poker Tournament is Vinh Giang of the show 3 and his nominated charity is Anglicare.
Vacuum-packing audience members on-stage and reading minds with a single piece of metal technology are just some of the quirks to expect from popular science-inspired rock band Ologism this Friday and Saturday night.
Ahead of their single launch on Friday 8 March, Fringe stars Georgia Germein and her sisters will be performing a special lunch time show at the Regent Blood Donor Centre at 1pm on Monday 4 March.
The combination of Laurie Anderson and the Kronos Quartet is nothing short of stunning. Landfall was a much anticipated night to remember that did not disappoint.
Nine martial artists from China graced the stage to showcase a variety of kung fu styles.
Molusi is a remarkable actor, with enormous physicality in his performance, and superb use of his voice to convey far more than just the words.
This parody of the most popular of our popular cultures uncovers for us the absurdities we have swallowed in the name of “cool” and makes us laugh at ourselves for doing so.
Read on to find out what is happening for the week at Adelaide Festival.
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For the first time in its history, Adelaide Festival, in association with ABC Arts, has commissions a Festival experience that exists only online.
This is a fine spot to relax over a drink and a meal while catching some of the free entertainment. Then head in to enjoy some of the ticketed shows, before pulling up a chair for the late show.
Adelaide Fringe act TiaJuana & her Depths of Despair is playing from Match 8th-10th.
The success of their shows is in the revitalizing arrangements and Fraser Collins’ choreography that delivers a complete package.
The fabulous Danny Gillard and Jimmy Meagan return from last year’s Adelaide Fringe as Jake and Elwood Blues respectively.
There are enough shenanigans and circus acts to keep the youngest of kids happy but it’s a feat of endurance for the rest.
Rebecca Ireland presented a selection of her own wonderful songs drawn from her life, family background, and spiritual understandings.
This is a high quality production that you should add to your Fringe list.
The broody staging of this wonderful circus sets it apart from the others as music, ethereal at times, serves as a backdrop to the nightmarish, comical and seasoned feats.