Coffee in Common offers a clean and crisp space with a minimalist aesthetic featuring low seating and a sleek island bar serving up an array of hot and fresh coffee with a ‘brunchy’ menu to match.
All the Kings' Men: A History of the Hindmarsh Cricket Club by Denis Brien has won the Jack Pollard trophy from the Australian Cricket Society for the leading cricket book published over the previous 12 months.
Say hello to delicious Mediterranean food and a warm and welcoming vibe...
Coopers Brewery has extended its naming rights sponsorship of Coopers Stadium at Hindmarsh by another five years, taking the agreement through to 2023.
This excellent work keeps the audience fully engaged throughout. Make a point of seeing this one.
This very clever comedy, by Ben Woolf, features four superb actors of great skill and talent, with an excellent ensemble rapport.
There are laughs, hints of tears and plenty of good old entertainment to be had in this production, so treat yourself to a night out.
Wee Andy is in hospital, the victim of a knife attack. His best friend, Mackie, is distraught and finds himself recruited by a gang seeking revenge.
This performance is filled with humour, facts, some sneaky bits of education, and song, self-accompanied on guitar.
This is a fast paced and engaging piece that, it seems, appeals to all ages, from the very young, who relate to the puppets and physical side, to adults, who also engage with the text.
This is a very different approach to theatre and one that you should add to your Fringe list but, with such a small audience space, you will need to book soon.
James Majur had never even seen a play before he decided to write this one. This is his response to the inequalities and violations of human rights still occurring in Africa.
Ruth Cracknell and Garry McDonald had great success with the popular ABC television series. It is the performances of Kim Clark and Isabella Norton that really make this production.
Fran Edwards has done a fine job with these two productions and you can see them at Holden Street Theatres until 18th June, so be quick.
If you are a fan of the music of Andrew Lloyd Webber, then you will not want to miss this production, but be quick as it ends on Sunday.
The Lady Daly Hotel, Hindmarsh, has had its most dramatic refurbishment in over 100 years. The Tribute Hotel Group – headed by Managing Director Andrew Holmes - has drastically transformed the previously tired pub to provide an elegant and revitalized social destination.
Sergio van Dijk is feeling a sense of excitement about entering his first Hyundai A-League season at his new club.