Come Out Festival 2013 offers something for everyone; from hip-hop playing violinists to world class local theatre and a state-wide publishing project for toddlers through to school students.
Rebecca Burgess has been announced as the Face of Carpé Diem Productions at the grand final event held at Garage Bar last night.
If mist rolling through bare vines, blazing fires and some hearty local fare, coupled with award winning red wines and some amazing art is up your alley, then rug up and join the Adelaide Hills Wine Region this weekend for their Winter Reds Cellar Door Weekend.
We went to the opening of the15th Spanish Film Festival last night and saw the screening of As Luck Would Have It.
Preparations for the Credit Union Christmas Pageant's 80th year are well and truly underway with the announcement of the 2012 Royal Family.
Adelaide Festival Centre has lifted the lid on the 2012 OzAsia Festival program, which celebrates India with a number of Indian performances spotlighting the richness of this vibrant country.
The Stage Door Johnnies is the world’s only all-male burlesque group of its kind. Performers Ray Gunn, Jett Adore, and Bazuka Joe give the audience a rare glimpse at a male twist on the historic art of striptease.
From beginning to end, Just Like the Movies is a work filled with immense talent.
From the same country that produced Nietzsche, Wagner and the modern flamethrower comes one of the best stand-up comedy shows at this year’s Fringe.
Ifft is one of those American comedians who seems to spend almost as much time in Australia as he does in his home country.
Chants Des Catacombes is sinister, fascinating and far from conventional.
Science buffs will have a whale of a time at the marine-themed Fringe parade and opening night party at the Science Exchange tonight.
My media pass to cover the first ever AACTA Awards was approved exactly one week before the ceremony itself – kicking off a week of insanity.
The V Energy Club in a Can gave revellers at this year's Big Day Out a unique festival experience. Powered by the energy of people's dancing, the audio and lighting levels are generated by the intensity of the movement.
Victorian two piece fuzz garage band and Triple J Unearthed winners Them Swoops will play [email protected]
The hunt is on for Adelaide’s hottest young socialite to become the first ever Face of Adelaide Casino Adelaide Cup.
A leading Adelaide chef and a celebrity dietitian will team up for their love of pasta at this year’s Carnevale.
This March, longstanding genre leaders Twelve Foot Ninja and Jericco will be joined by newcomers Circles on the national Swarm Tour.
Eddie Ifft is one of Australia’s most popular American comics and he returns to the Adelaide Fringe in 2012 with his brand new show.
Adelaide’s East End will be transformed into a summer extravaganza over eight exhilarating Fridays in December and January.