Find out what we think of The Winter Village that's popped up in Adelaide this May.
An emotionally satisfying conclusion to the stories we've grown to love.
Jordan Peele's follow up to his Oscar-winning directorial debut, Get Out, Us has received almost universal critical acclaim and made a killing at the box-office.
A funkfest for the ages. You wont see something this groovy for a long time. George Clinton and the Parliament-Funkadelics and the Red. Hot. Chili. Peppers.
Amy Shark and Vance Joy show yet again why they are best touring together in a spectacular show to open the Superloop 500 concert series.
This is a war story. But there are no guns and ammo, just angry words and hurt pride. It's a story about blowing up your life and starting again.
This is a whole lot more than just a magic show.
It's an all-singing, all dancing party for tiny people.
The darkest, funniest and most debauched kabarett club this side of Berlin! A Weimar-punk jazz band soundtracks a hazy night of dangerously funny kabarett, breathtaking circus and fire-breathing sideshow at its most inappropriate, provocative and hilarious best.
Multi-Platinum selling and five-time ARIA award-winning singer and songwriter Katie Noonan returned to Adelaide with her ARIA Award winning jazz trio Elixir featuring Zac Hurren -- for a magical evening of music and poetry.
Presented by STARC Productions Reviewed 24/01/2019 STARC Productions is a solid little outfit, dedicated to producing intelligent but accessible theatre. In that vein, their current production is Neil Simon’s Last of the Red Hot Lovers. A standard of the repertory opus, it tells the tale of Barney Cashman and the three women with whom he […]
Photos: Jonathan James Wednesday night saw the spectacular Florence and The Machine hit Botanic Park in Adelaide, supported by up and coming talents, Marlon Williams and Leon Bridges. Leon’s time on stage can be whittled down to one word, just cool. With an ensemble that owned the stage and showed us the true meaning of […]
A compilation of short stories written by a group of writers from the Fleurieu Coast in South Australia, reflecting the darker side of human nature.
The country music superstar certainly did impress Adelaide much.
Fresh off the back of the release of the ‘Descent Into The Maelstrom’ documentary, Radio Birdman continue to defy the mainstream by pounding out gig after gig of solid rock and roll more than 40 years after they first came to light.
The lives of five ordinary people living in Melbourne as they ponder how they got to this point in their lives and how they struggle to improve their situation.
On Friday the 31st of August, Flight Facilities landed at Thebarton Theatre, supported from the girls in Haiku Hands. What followed was certainly a night to remember… The first act, Haiku Hands, were phenomenal and had excellent synchronicity all throughout their short set. The four piece arsenal of girls danced and enchanted the crowd, while […]
Vietnamese Pho seems to be all the rave this winter. With many reviews suggesting lavish city restaurants, why not head to where all the locals go?