The Bellarouge dance troupe consists of up to 10 girls, each of which having over 20 years dance experience, ranging from jazz, ballet, contemporary, callisthenics, funk, hip hop, and commercial.
A little bit stand-up, a little bit slapstick and a little bit lovely, Tessa Waters returns to Adelaide in 2012 for the premier season of her new solo offering.
In the past year, former Adelaide resident Owen Howells has played alongside such illustrious electronic and IDM acts as Groove Armada, Raymundo Rodriguez, Mauro Picotto, Rob Mello, Antonio De Angelis, Robert James and Pariah to name but a few. With plans to expand across a multitude of venues across the city, Howell's Flux Party hopes to bring the sound of London and Berlin to Adelaide. And having played at such iconic hotspots as the Ministry of Sound, Pacha and even running a successful basement residency in Brixton, he seems like the right man for the job.
TAFE SA Adelaide College of the Arts will share its emerging artists with Adelaide this festive season at the popular annual Arts Bazaar on 9 December.
Adelaide not-for-profit high quality dance company, Move Through Life, will launch its 2011 performance season, Illuminate, at a VIP launch on Tuesday 2 August 2011.
On March 17th, 3_Deep Dance Collective & Adelaide Dance Events are hosting Official Usher Workshops with Eddie Morales, Liz LeGrande & Marc Marvelous in Adelaide.
Are you the next Miss Burlesque Australia? Applications are now open for the Miss Burlesque South Australia competition and this year’s contest is set to dazzle like never before. “I would encourage SA performers to apply for Miss Burlesque SA,” said 2010 winner Flavella L’Amour. “It’s lot’s of fun!” State finalists will go onto the […]
don chu bannerThe Poreotics performed in Adelaide on 2nd October 2010 at Her Majesty's Theatre. Check out these awesome photos!
Adelaide College of the Arts dance graduate Lisa Lonero will spend three months studying with the Cape Dance Company in Cape Town, South Africa, with support from the Helpmann Academy.
A Creole-style village staffed by French chefs preparing multicultural food from the French Island of La Reunion, will be one of the gastronomic highlights of the French Festival held this 13 and 14 November in the gardens of Carrick Hill.
Fresh from its sell out season at Jupiters Hotel & Casino, the amazing spectacle Mother Africa ‘Circus of the Senses’, will open its Adelaide season at Her Majesty’s Theatre on 4 August.
Spanish band 'Delorean' are set to bring their electrifying live shows to our shores this year for Parklife - 2010.
After blowing tens of thousands of minds with last year’s superb Boombox Tour, Australia’s favourite dance brand, Trance beacon and superclub, Godksitchen, is headed back to deliver yet another monumental party experience.
Directed by Peter Sheedy, and created by him in collaboration with the performers, the third year dance students at the College, this work is based in an exploration of body language.
From belly dancing through to jazz, yoga, hip-hop and flamenco, tertiary dancers from all corners of Australia and New Zealand will descend upon TAFE SA Adelaide College of the Arts (AC Arts) for the 2010 Options Tertiary Dance Festival from 7 to 12 March.
Celebrating his eleventh year as the Artistic Director of the Australian Dance Theatre, Garry Stewart is looking to challenge your concept of ‘I’ with the world premiere of Be Your Self.
Carnival comes to Adelaide in a celebration of music, dance, and life itself.