Here's a useful guide of 20 of Adelaide's best art galleries.
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City residents and visitors can now kick start their health and fitness new year’s resolutions with Anytime Fitness Light Square circuit classes every Monday.
A full size, grass tennis court has opened in Light Square for everyone to enjoy and have a hit until December 9.
Suspended in a crane 30 metres in the sky, renowned Adelaide visual artist Thom Buchanan will transfer the views of the soon-to-be constructed apartment complex, Palladium on Light, to canvas in a live overhead performance over three hours.
Valvo’s penetrating observations of his Grindr obsession encourages thought, even through the laughter, and his questioning and finally flaunting of the ideas of sexual norms makes the show hilarious.
Joel Creeasey's rapid-fire delivery and breadth of topics will leave you breathless and aching from laughter as he goes on a furiously fast trip through childhood fears and adult sensibilities.
Geraldine Hickey is genuinely funny. Her show is 'regional Australia meets lesbian forthrightness'.
Jamie Jewell and the musicians provide a little over an hour of captivating and worthwhile cabaret. Ensure that this is on your Feast Festival list.
In a shipping container known as The Cloak Room, Melbourne performer James Stafford’s intimate show quickly becomes one of those hidden gems to discover.
The ACColades, now in their 15th year, are the annual awards of the Adelaide Critics Circle who have announced the finalists for its 2012 annual awards.
During the 2012 Adelaide Fringe the TAFE SA Adelaide College of the Arts building on Light Square will be illuminated with brilliant motion graphic projections beamed onto the iconic silver balcony from 24 February to 14 March.
Richard Fry delicately blends pathos, humour, pain and joy in a bitter-sweet tale that is both moving and rewarding.
This is a sterling performance by Ross Gurney-Randell, encompassing all aspects of Mussolini's life and personality.
There is a vast collective wit at work in this production and these two excellent actors hold the attention of the audience tightly in their grasp as the performance unfolds
This is a stunning production and a magnificently rich and complex performance that should be high on your list of shows to see this Fringe.
You will find this fine play a fascinating and rewarding experience thanks to Paul Slack's terrific performance. Don't miss it.
Canadian comedienne, Deanne Smith, had the audience in stitches with her sharp wit and rapid fire delivery, with the occasional song, self-accompanied on ukulele.
This work was well worth revisiting and it stands up extremely well sixteen years on as the issues are still as relevant today as when House wrote this play.
Adelaide College of the Arts (AC Arts) invites you to unleash your inner artist with a bevy of creative short courses from making your own jewellery to introduction to painting and costume design.