The 2022 Adelaide Festival still has several exciting shows and events leading into the final weekend.
Under the bold direction of Kip Williams, The Picture of Dorian Gray breaks into the twenty-first century.
Presented by Resonance: Chamber Landscapes / Stephanie McCallum and Erin HelyardReviewed 13 March 2022 As part of the Resonance: Chamber Landscapes series at Ukaria, pianists Stephanie McCallum and Erin Helyard presented a concert of piano works for four hands. Performing along with these two fine musicians, the third star of the show was the piano herself: a […]
Utilising modern-day technology, Australian artist Samara Hersch forges emotional connections between strangers, while illuminating our opinions on aging, mortality, love, heartbreak, pain and pleasure.
Bands such as Icehouse are pioneers for shaping the Australian rock music into the industry it is today.
An exceptional celebration of Haydn's early works, like eavesdropping on the past.
Tara June Winch, an Australian (Wiradjuri) writer based in France, has been awarded the coveted Premier’s Award at this year’s Adelaide Festival Awards for Literature.
Presented by Gravity & Other Myths and Djuki MalaReviewed 5 March 2022 If you missed seeing MACRO I feel bad for you son, I got ninety-nine problems but seeing GOM (and Djuki Mala) ain’t one. In the heart of Australia’s festival state, it really doesn’t get much better than a seven-thousand-strong audience and (totally free) […]
This production of The Golden Cockerel is an absolute visual and aural feast.
Presented by Lost DogReviewed 5 March 2022 It is not unreasonable to consider Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet as one of English literature’s most touching love tragedies. It is intriguing to consider what their lives would be if the tragedy of their deaths didn’t occur. Ben Duke and Solène Weinachter have presented an opportunity to explore […]
Step into the dimly-lit world of the shift-workers, the insomniacs, the horny, those troubled by life and those so excited they simply can’t sleep
A sublime showcase of musical, and theatrical talent
Presented by Pina Bausch Foundation, École des Sables & Sadler’s Wells Reviewed 4 March 2022 First staged in 1913, The Rite of Spring has undergone many iterations, both as a stage production and as a standalone orchestral performance. One of the most famous of these has to be Pina Bausch’s 1975 staging of Stravinsky’s masterpiece; […]
Funny, heart-warming in parts and ultimately gut-wrenching.
Brace yourself Adelaide for over 823 performances hosted by venues in a South Australia over 17 days as the Adelaide Festival kicks off for 2022.
Renowned arts leader Kath M Mainland has been announced as Adelaide Festival's new Chief Executive, commencing in April this year.
Massive flying whales are soon to float above the Adelaide skies this Mad March, with the beloved SkyWhales making their return to South Australia.
A gigantic cupid surrounded by 10 oversized goldfish in mock terrazzo ponds, is headed to a popular hills park this March.
The 2022 Adelaide Festival program has been announced today, encouraging us all to return to live performance with joy and anticipation, as it gathers together a community of artists from across Australia and the globe.
With an exciting line-up of events drawing crowds to the beautiful riverbank precinct in SA's balmy autumn for the 2022 Adelaide Festival, there's plenty to look forward to.