After a strong response from audiences, OzAsia Festival has released extra seats across all five performances of food-meets-storytelling event, Double Delicious from October 28-30.
Adelaide's Mercury Cinema will transform into a nostalgia of neons and culture, celebrating the history of Hong Kong with their gala screening of In the Mood for Love this October.
Registrations are now open for families and people of all ages to secure their visit to the inaugural Moon Lantern Trail (October 21-24).
OzAsia Festival’s new writing and ideas program In Other Words is today revealing the full line-up of speakers and sessions at Adelaide Festival Centre’s Dunstan Playhouse this November.
Including local street food and entertainment for the whole family, this will be a night of hip hop, remixes and culture unlike Adelaide has seen before.
The epic Moon Lantern Trail will take place across four days within the OzAsia Festival 2021.
OzAsia Festival 2021 will feature more than 300 artists in what is expected to be the world’s most significant showcase of Asian Australian talent.
OzAsia festival has just announced its brand-new programs for 2021, including writing and ideas and a comedy night.
A love-letter from a mother to a daughter, and a journey into women's experience of war
The Australian premiere of Abhishek Thapar’s My Home At The Intersection was an insightful and compelling inclusion for the 2019 OzAsia Festival.
Based on the Sumerian epic, an ageing Gilgamesh looks back on the most violent episode of his life, when he and Enkidu journey to the great Cedar Forest and proceed to destroy it.
The passing of the great Muhammad Ali affected the world in many ways, none more so than Australian-born rapper, poet and author, Omar Musa.
Bars can be many things, but at their best they’re places to meet old friends and discover new ones, to exchange ideas and let your hair down. The teahouses of the Arabic world fulfil some of these functions but the closest equivalent is a belly dancing performance. Lebanon, historically the most westernised Arab country, is party to both traditions. And thanks to Shik Shak Shok, Adelaide was able to experience that fusion for one night.
Kuro Tanino has dedicated himself to “transcending the conventions of theatre through performance in unconventional spaces”. And like his previous OzAsia show The Dark Inn, The Dark Master does this while populating a surreal world with characters bearing supernatural overtones.
Kantemir Balakirev's Cannes award-winning examination of the after-math of war
Stuck in the Narrowest Path is an immersive experience of physical theatre, taking its audience on a somewhat violent, uniquely located and sometimes humorous journey through the behind-the-scenes rooms of the Adelaide Festival Centre.
A glorious celebration of people, culture and connection.
Vessel seems to operate in an entirely different medium to the often frenetic world of contemporary dance. It’s a work that requires patience to appreciate, but the rewards are ample.
A play of epic proportions, The Village tells the historic 50-year story of families displaced by the Chinese Communist Revolution. It is an emotional tale that emphasises the importance of family and the changing concept of ‘home’.
Cuckoo is one of three theatre productions in Jaha Koo’s Hamartia Trilogy. All three productions are similarly themed with the main focus being to theatrically communicate how major external events affect the social and interpersonal climate within which one grows up.