The caravan will be popping up around around the Clare, serving up wine, cocktails and wood-fired dishes.
Need a good book or audiobook? Glam Adelaide's book review team have put together a list of some of their top recommendations to laze away the warmer weather.
With so much to do around the circuit - ranging from getting a glimpse of a $4.2 million Aston Martin Supercar to drowning yourself in fairy-floss and jam donuts - we've cut through the pack cleaner than a charging Craig Lowndes to deliver Glam Adelaide's Fast Five Things To See.
The Adelaide Film Festival presents a rogue mini-festival this month with two world premiere films, in-conversation events, a masterclass, and more.
It was the era that fashion apparently forgot, although there were many at the Thebarton Theatre on Thursday night that donned the lycra, fluoro, and big hair to celebrate what was more like an 80’s High School reunion than a concert. (Check out our photo gallery) We may be older, wiser, wider, and those ‘Choose […]
David Stratton presents 16 British classics, many rarely seen on the big screen and looking better than ever in HD Digital, at the Palace Nova Eastend Cinemas.
Pack your fluro, throw on some leg warmers & marvel at the masters of the squared circle in this comedy/sports hybrid that'll be the craziest wrestling event ever to hit Adelaide!
For those that know and love Two Bit Villains, get excited big things are about to happen. For those who aren’t in the loop, it’s time to get onboard!
Presented by Noarlunga Theatre Company Reviewed 8 May 2015 When an Andrew Sisters medley is the hit of a revue, it’s clear who the target audience is – anyone out for some real retro goodness who grew up with, or later discovered the stellar sing-a-long hits of the 1930s – 1950s. Writer and director […]
Mister Sunshine's reopens today renovated and ready for locals to come in, slow down and enjoy a new menu full of fresh, wholesome food.
Nick Waterhouse’s new release, Holly, is a trip back in time. With its retro stylings, the album offers a mix of blues, rockabilly, big band and surf rock that could authentically sit in the 1960s; to the point where the listener might be forgiven for looking at the April 2014 release date with some scepticism.
The GoTo Foundation will be hosting Mirror Balls and Happy Pants II on Saturday 16 July 2011 in aid of the Flinders University School of Psychology's autism Early Response Intervention Program.