Masterchef season 11 star Mandy Hall is being hosted at King William Road's Plant B Life next month for a fermentation workshop to cook Kimchi pancakes and tofu dumplings.
If you've always been subconscious about your smile, Adelaide whitening specialists Smile Addiction are offering 40% off their whitening treatments this winter.
Goodwood's Capri Theatre is hosting a Grease Sing-A-Long today, Friday May 14, so tonight you can be singing along with your favourite characters.
Goodwood Road has new art on the road, calls for artists to exhibit in “SALA in the Heart of Goodwood”, and Adelaide Food Fringe events the next two Saturday nights.
A plant-lovers fantasy; Stonecrop also features a number of homewares, jewellery, interior styling accessories and fashion.
Boob ceramics, female curve-shaped candles, and feminist prints are just a few of the items available for purchase at Goodwood’s new art collective See Someone Studio.
The beloved Goodwood eatery is bringing its vegan Vietnamese food to the CBD.
Taking inspiration from the creatures on the Primary School fence, youngsters will be able to create their own dinosaurs at the craft centre in front of the school.
Has your dog just been bugging you endlessly about wanting to come with you to a music festival, but unfortunately, the event just doesn't allow pooches? Well get the leash ready - their time has come.
Metta Sol will be the latest addition to the ever-growing list of plant-based restaurants popping up around Adelaide.
Here at Glam Adelaide we really can't go past a pizza, we're pizza connoisseurs, which is why we were pretty keen when we heard that Farina 00 were expanding their offerings!
These amazing Daddy Daughter workshops will see dads learn how to execute perfect ponytails, beautiful ballet buns and pretty braids.....and daughters get to come along and enjoy snacks and drinks while dads style their hair.
Uber are about to make your Friday a whole lot better with this scoop (pun intended), because they are delivering delicious Messina right to you!
The Marx Brothers took comedy into a new, free, fresh direction that led the way for many who came after them. Their anarchic approach to comedy shook the cobwebs out of the genre.
Under the Direction of Nicholas Cannon, who also sings the role of Onegin, and the Musical Direction of Brian Chatterton, this is a marvellous evening of opera. Make this a unique Christmas treat for yourself and the whole family.
Kerry Reid's combination set neatly links the two plays, providing interesting backdrops for the exciting performances. This superb production closes on Saturday, so you will need to move quickly to catch a performance.
Co-Opera has been touring this production of Mozart's opera buffa, The Marriage of Figaro, since the beginning of March, and they have polished it to perfection over that time. Add their cabaret style seating and you have all the ingredients for an unbeatable night out.