Following the huge success after the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 match when the InterContinental Adelaide was THE post-match place to be, the inner-city hotel is fully activating its bars and restaurants throughout the exciting festival period for patrons seeking hospitality options before or after Blinc and all other Festival events.
Carnevale is only 9 days away and there are many magnificent authentic Italian dishes, whipping up delectable sauces in order to present their best to the public.
The University of Adelaide will again be embracing the festivities of Mad March in 2015, with both past and present students and staff showcasing their knowledge and talents to the wider community.
With just over a week to go before the St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival returns to its new home in Port Adelaide.
Alice is coming to GLUTTONY at the ADELAIDE FRINGE to lay open the cutthroat corporate world, and let the light shine in.
Remember Windmill Theatre’s epic 2014 Trilogy, Girl Asleep? The unforgettable theatre production is now being brought to film.
David Sefton's 2nd Adelaide Festival was epic and adventurous featuring outstanding theatre, dance, music, film, visual arts, and Writers' Week.
John Zorn and friends delivered everything from A(SO) to Z(orn) over four mammoth and unforgettable shows, cultimating in this final show, [email protected]
Triple Bill , the third of four shows in the 'Zorn in Oz' extravaganza, opened and ended spectacularly and held that level throughout the concert.
John Zorn’s got rhythm, music, subtlety, intelligence and dignity and us mere mortals wouldn’t dream of asking for anything more...
The final play in Windmill Theatre's brilliant trilogy explores the story of those who feel invisible. It is a play for those who feel they never fit in.
The Australian String Quartet's one-night-only concert was a program of perfect classical concertos with two contemporary and incredibly beautiful local pieces.
Masada Marathon was the first of four massive shows by John Zorn and his extraordinary group of friends. Zorn on alto saxophone had us from the get-go.
From the temperate opening to the structure-moving conclusion, Tectonics part 2 was a day of extremes in which Ilan Volkov and his artists brought all the bells and whistles to the superb Queen’s Theatre.
Ilan Volkov's Tectonics is a program of new orchestral commissions, hard‐core experimental electronica, improvisations from pioneering & modern-day composers.
Skilfully directed with a top-notch production team, Blackout deserves to be seen, but do not panic if you don’t understand it completely.
Sadeh21, presented by the Batsheva Dance Company, is an impressive display of human movement against a gentle, flowing soundtrack by Maxim Waratt.
This adaptation of Shakespeare's King Lear is steeped in Indigenous culture but very recognisable, with the story's moral carried through quite plainly.
The Windmill Theatre trilogy continues, this time flipping ideas of heroism and gender on their heads in the hilarious and colourful Girl Asleep.
Fugitive is an original retelling of Robin Hood, set in a dystopian future where leaderless knights harass the weak and an all-powerful sheriff controls all.