We're only a few short months away from FOMO 2018 featuring RL Grime, Post Malone and more.
A portrait of Australian music icon John Schumann, sculptures made from old movie flyers and a painting by a 90-year-old aged care resident are among the winning artworks selected in the 2017 South Australian Living Artists (SALA) Festival Awards.
Rufus Wainwright is something of a musical phenomenon, embracing a broad range of talents and outputs. This one-night concert for the Adelaide Festival showcased some of his esoteric skills.
Commemorating 50 years since the referendum that amended our constitution to remove discrimination against Aboriginal peoples, 1967 assembled a cast of talented young indigenous performers to celebrate the milestone.
This is a one-man show that details the extent people will go to to retain hope and happiness in their everyday lives in the face of crippling depression.
Using three old-school overhead projectors, a series of puppets, gels and actors’ silhouettes, Lula Del Ray tells the story of a young girl growing up in the Southwest USA.
The absolutely marvellous Miriam Margolyes joined forces with the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra to provide an evening of musical magic
Through a stunning combination of live action photography, overhead projection, hand and glove puppets and brilliant silhouettes the story of Philomena is told
This exhibition gives the audience an opportunity to contrast the beauty and talent of famed 19th century French sculptor Auguste Rodin with works by 65 modern artists from around the world.
The group has been together since 1996, with very few personnel changes and has won four Grammy awards.
It's not often that a production comes along that defines the term 'a fully theatrical experience', but this production of Kate Grenville's The Secret River, is just that.
Cath Kerry's sold-out, long table lunch at the Riverbank Palais was the first in a series of Adelaide Festival food-lover events.
Taken from the First Book of Samuel, Handel’s Saul tells the story of the first King of Israel and his fractured relationship with his eventual successor David.
A gentle journey through the Jewish East End of London is what’s on offer in the one man show, Wot? No Fish!!
Intimate Space directly addresses the sense of invisibility that can accompany disability and the effects of this are explored as the performance reaches its climax.
Shakespeare left us in no doubt that Richard is a villain, a homicidal tyrant who left a trail of bodies in his wake.
Mad March is here in full-force! You’ve got one month to make the most out of SA’s epic festive season.
The Adelaide Festival's exciting new floating entertainment hub, the Riverbank Palais and surrounding Parc Palais, officially opens to the public tonight.
10 of the most fun and interesting festivals around the world that are worth experiencing once Mad March is over.
Just as we thought WOMADelaide couldn't get any better they've announced the complete line-up for this year's festival with Australia's hard-hitting hip-hop artist to be the headline act.