The Maid of the Mountains is a musical tale of an elusive gang of bandits, and their struggle to evade the watchful authority of the outgoing Governor of Santo.
Venture Theatre Company presents their third anthology of one-Act plays: Bang You’re Dead, That Might Work, and No Strings Attached.
It wouldn’t be Christmas in Adelaide without the perennial delight of the Christmas Proms, and 2013 proved to deliver a healthy dosage of the festive spirit.
SALOS presents a series of medleys, comedy acts, solos and more, structured around certain themes and eras, each with a wonderfully crafted and displayed stage design. These include the traditional (and not so common) Christmas carols, operettas, and early century old time ballads and jingles.
Two star-crossed lovers make their fateful meeting with their red and yellow VW Beetles at the intersection of a cold, snowy brick road in this gentle and mellow love story of a man with a ghastly habit and the women he loves.
Opening the Iranian Film Festival on 25 October 2013 is the critically acclaimed, winner of the Iranian People’s Choice Award, Snow on Pines.
Jack the Ripper and Sherlock Holmes come together in this unexpected and pleasing blending of two literary classics!
Film director Payman Maadi discusses his film 'Snow on Pines', which has been selected to open the Iranian Film Festival on 25 October.
Latin music sensation Ricky Martin graced Adelaide audiences with his first concert tour after more than 10 years
A heartfelt and entertaining tale of love, travel, and one cheeky lothario who still has some impressive moves to woo the ladies
Pasar Malam translates to “night market” and this colourful feast for the eyes, nose, and ears was filled with traditional games and dances, food, and a myriad of market stalls selling all kinds of miscellaneous goods and edible treats.
A fascinating, heart warming exploration into five personal journeys of contemporary Asian Australians.
Having refined their musical competence in London and Moscow, "T’ang Quartet: Secrets and Songs" was an intricately and expertly amalgamated production of Western and Eastern musical styles.
The 230 musicians, part of 4 orchestras (Adelaide Youth Wind Orchestra, Adelaide Youth Strings, Adelaide Youth Sinfonia, and Adelaide Youth Orchestra) delivered a flawless production.
If you haven’t had a chance to witness the majesty of a live orchestra, it’s something you must experience at least once in your lifetime. This was a five-star performance; each and every musician deserves every accolade awarded to them.
The Gipsy Baron is a story of love and class amongst the plight of the Romani people in early Hungary.
Cassandra Clare's young adult fiction story, 'The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones' is the latest story to make the leap from page to screen.
Why do we laugh? Truly ask yourself, what is it about botched English translations, fart jokes, and innuendos that endlessly entertain us?
What makes the difference between the wine we can buy with the spare change in our pocket however, and the wine we’d need to apply for a mortgage to buy? This film documentary talks us through the delicate, infinitely complex economy of wine.
A thought-provoking and inspirational performance that showcases the incredible talents children with Autism, just like any of us, are capable of.