This production of Britten’s operatic adaptation of Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream" is like no other.
an you do a backbend? How about a backbend whilst at the top of a three-person high pyramid? The amazing performers from the Adelaide Festival show, The Pulse, can do that and much, much more
Guttered presents its audience with creative choreography that is beautifully executed within the immersive and unusual stage of a local bowling alley
The Adelaide Festival's new live music venue SummerHouse is open, and it's gorgeous!
Jaguar Jonze is here to make the no-dancing rule even harder to abide by as she lights up the stage with her impressive energy, silky vocals and quirky-cool moves.
New York City artist Robin Frohardt has made a grocery store exhibition out of her native city’s plastic rubbish in Rundle Mall.
A German Life is based on testimonial from Brunhilde Pomsel the personal secretary to the Reich Minister of Propaganda of Nazi Germany Joseph Goebbels
Dan Acher has presented his colourful Borealis installation in a dozen countries, and now it’s back at the Adelaide Fringe Festival.
A mesmerising new collection of glowing, botanically-inspired art will be on display in Adelaide Botanic Garden from Wednesday 24 February.
If you've ever wanted to eat your way around Asia without ever leaving Adelaide, now is your chance!
This event combines scones and two times of jam, the condiment and the act of musicians playing together.
The two-day festival will be held from Friday 23 August to Saturday 24 August and will focus predominantly on lantern parades, live music and food.
Bringing performers from interstate and all over the world, Adelaide Festival was a stand out this year.
Adelaide's own Wakefield Press, which turns 30 in 2019, is launching a dedicated new list for YA books.
Grand Finale, what an apt title for such an eclectic and exciting piece of work
Foehn- the name given to a warm, dry wind that occasionally blows down from the Alps sets the scene for a performance based on the element of wind by French Compagnie Non Nova.
This play sings, it gallops along at a pace that threatens to throw you off the bus if you don’t keep up. It throws in your face challenges that make you laugh and wince at the same time. It is a metaphor for the times we live in
The Adelaide Irish Club brings the city's biggest St Patrick's Day celebration back to Adelaide oval this year!
Man With the Iron Neck will have you gasping in wonder at its high-flying actors one minute and wrenching at your heart strings the next.
Part up-beat musical, part theatrical opera, part fable, part epic Hollywood drama – A Man of Good Hope brings to the stage the unimaginable story of an impoverished Somalian refugee in a confronting, yet truly beautiful tale of survival, strength and resilience.