Illuminate Adelaide has announced the next instalment of their inaugural celebration of light, MAAD, a multi-venue block party that will take over the CBD's laneways.
Bright colours, flashing lights, flying balloons, bouncing cheerleading pom-poms, large soft toys, outrageous makeup and more! Totes Adorbs ❤ Hurricane is a vibrant, in-your-face theatrical experience that brings the zaniness of Japan to the very lap of Adelaide audiences, but be prepared – you will get wet!
18th century Englishmen communicate via smartphone, a character appears before he is born and the very existence of another is called into question. To say that Light is an ambitious undertaking is to state the obvious.
For the last 22 years SA Living Artists Festival (SALA) has promoted and inspired artists, brought art into communities, and built up the profile of our state as an arts and festival hub. Stepping up as CEO this year is the fabulous Kate Moskwa, previously the festival’s Program Manager.
An appealing premise despite a disorganised performance.
Louise Blackwell is one of Adelaide’s treasures. A highly competent and innovative jazz singer, she has spent many years in France, and this Gallic sensibility pervades much of her work.
This musical double-bill, jointly hosted by OzAsia and Nexus Arts, brings together two outfits with the same aim: to fuse Australian jazz with Carnatic music (the indigenous sound of Southern India).
A significant time in Malaysia’s history is captured through the unique storytelling composition of Baling, unravelling the events of the 1955 ‘Baling Talks’ for the waiting audience.
The JustAss League presents a slice of DC Comic’s raunchy nightlife in Club Gotham: Villains of Vaudeville. In the privacy of the intimate Nexus Arts theatre, villains and heroes battle in sequinned costumes.
Adelaide’s Nexus Arts has today announced their 2018 music program featuring 6 new works, 4 commissions and 10 Adelaide premieres
Darlane Litaay of Papua and Tian Rotteveel of the Netherlands are edgy, contemporary dancers and choreographers.
This Saturday, Adelaide will dedicate a whole 24 hours to sipping away at the most sophisticated of clear spirits at some of our finest bars. Here's the best of what World Gin Day is serving up.
Get ready to see your favourite super-heroes and super-villains at their most seductive as they let their wild sides loose and give you a show you won’t soon forget.
The cabaret style set up at Nexus Arts certainly lends itself to the audience getting up and getting involved
Let Deco Dolls transport you back to the glitz, glamour and sensual seduction of the 1920s and 30s burlesque.
Making a return visit to Adelaide, Jen de Ness plays a bigger stage, with a slightly bigger show.
Sinatra recorded over 1000 songs during his long career, some get played a lot more than others, so it is refreshing to hear some of the gems that don’t.