Tom Christophersen’s Business Unfinished is an anthology of ghost stories that blend together spoken word responses from people who share their experiences with the supernatural
Burlesque By Force received its world premiere at the Nexus Art Space as part of the 2017 Feast Festival. The show is a tale of sexual assault, abuse, and the lingering impact that can be left on a victim.
It's Feast time, and Adelaide is gonna party like it's 1997! Here's our chat with icon Joanne who's in town for the Festival.
Feast Festival is celebrating its 21st Festival and one of the ways they would love for you to be involved in this epic milestone is to become a stallholder.
Check out this fantastic collection of artwork that celebrates celebrity icons who have pushed boundaries and challenged perceptions.
Presented by Red Lip Stick Singers Reviewed 5 November 2016 Two Brunettes and A Gay sells itself as a cabaret-comedy show with a ‘modern-twist’ starring Aaron Collis, Celeste Carbone and Deanna Kengas. It features a set of well-known songs that turned into a bit of a sing along toward the end. It is a tightly […]
Perth drag queen Feminem (Dean Misdale) brings a hilarious show to Raj House as part of Feast Festival for a one night only production.
There is only one Zee Gachette, one Z-Star Delta and Adelaide is in for a real treat at Picnic In The Park tomorrow as part of Feast Festival.
Toby Halligan's show 'Toby or Not Toby' is his latest outing of topical and political comedy that is full of enthusiastic energy for his chosen topics.
The 2016 Adelaide Feast Festival kicked off the comedy section of the 2016 program with the annual Mass Debate. This year the topic was ‘single versus relationship’.
The parade, the street party, the concert, the community; we take a look across the social media highlights of the beginning of 2016 Feast Festival.
Minogue chats creativity, the queer community and her love of being a mum ahead of her headline performance at the Feast Festival street party launch tonight.
With Feast Festival kicking off this weekend, you might wonder which direction to look. Here are our suggestions for how find your feet...
The stars will adorn the walls of Raj House for the Feast Festival as local artist Markus Hamence presents his pop-art ode in the space, beginning this Friday.
Feast Festival have revealed a permanent location on Hyde Street in Adelaide, set to become a hub for Queer Arts 365 days of the year.
Get set for some colourful fun and a whole lot of razzle dazzle as Feast delivers the goods with two amazing events...
Don't miss your opportunity to be a part of one of the most colourful festivals on the 2016 calendar! Get in before applications close...
Get your Fringe and Feast on at this epic Sunday sesh!
Mary is in town and she is bringing something exciting with her...
Michael Griffiths returns to the Feast Festival after a successful run at the Edinburgh Fringe. In his one night only 2015 Feast show