This is a little gem of theatre. The writing crackles, the acting dazzles, and design is a textbook exemplar of economy, ingenuity and delight.
Australian audiences are invited to watch a free online stream of the acclaimed South Australian stage production The Gods of Strangers by playwright Elena Carapetis streaming now until Monday 29 June.
Dance and song aimed at babies aged 4-24 months old that's grounded in Aboriginal storytelling traditions and theories of early childhood development.
Presented by Country Arts SA Reviewed 8 July 2016 Broken ground, salt flats, wires and sea urchins; the work of Cindy Durant is well and truly connected to outback South Australia. Durant spent her first, formative 22 years near the Californian border of Mexico, growing as an artist among the sand and sun. Eventually, she […]
Get to the Hopgood Theatre, Noarlunga on Wednesday night for free screenings of Indigenous films, including Bangarra Dance Theatre's feature film, "Spear".
With an Adelaide ex-pat involved in the show, it was all glitz, glamour and style.
Glam's Arts Editor, Brian Godfrey interviews Adelaide's Joe Meldrum about tributing Fred Astaire in 'A Fine Romance'
South Australia's Academy Award winning cinematographer Dean Semler received handwritten invites from school kids in Renmark. The result is on SBS this Saturday.
In 2016, State Theatre Company will play on stages across South Australia, around the country and, for the first time ever, in London.
Beccy Cole and Libby O’Donovan win the audience over with their bright smiles, warm personalities, great voices and performance chemistry.
The Best of British tour draws on a rich body of British compositions from the Baroque period through to the 20th century.
Country Music and Cabaret don't usually go together, but there’s no denying the magic that happens when Beccy Cole and Libby O’Donovan combine talents.
Be transported back to the ‘golden age’ of musical theatre with 'Back to Broadway', the next performance in the Country Arts SA Morning Melodies Series 2015.
Adelaide Festival Centre will be in full bloom this winter as Morgan Allender, who is the recipient of this year’s Country Arts SA Breaking Ground Award, unveils her exhibition, Seeing Spring at Artspace Gallery from 8 July - 23 August.
'Queens of the City' gives us some fine singing and comic ability from three stereotypical queens – the beauty queen, the old queen and the scary queen.
One quarter of the hit group, The Seekers, Athol Guy, sets out to remind us 60s kids what a wonderful time the period was musically.
Have you dreamed of being a stand-up comedian? The Funny Farm comedy workshops for beginners will be run during the Adelaide Fringe by award-winning Maggie Wood.
Applications are now open for regional South Australian artists for an exhibition in April 2015 at the Adelaide Town Hall.
Cirque Mother Africa celebrates life & culture from 9 African countries, bringing a high energy party to all the beautifully executed feats one would expect.
Direct from a sell out Broadway season, Mother Africa is returning to Adelaide after 4 long years with new and old classic acts, new music, and new costumes.