Chamber Music Adelaide (CMA) will once again be presenting its highly successful On The Terrace on Sunday 15th November.
On Sunday 15 November between 11am and 4pm, On The Terrace takes over the North Terrace cultural precinct for a full day of free performances by the best of South Australia’s chamber music talents
Here's a useful guide of 20 of Adelaide's best art galleries.
This will be like music to your ears (or eyes in this case)...
Local boy made good, Hugh Sheridan has arrived back home to give us the premiere of his new show, 'California Crooners Club'. Fran Edwards chats with him.
Just where it should be...
A colourful retrospective, dedicated to the first Gay Pride March in Adelaide held September 15, 1973, the exhibition consists of a collection of high quality photographs of the ‘Proud Parade’, courtesy of the National Australian Archives.
Artists including Little Britain’s Matt Lucas are on their way to South Australia to kick off the brand new Word Adelaide festival. The four-day event also features comedian Kitty Flanagan and songwriting superstars Leo Sayer, Gary Kemp and Taasha Coates.
The Flinders University Art Museum and City Gallery are hosting a tribute to the 19th Century structure coined the ‘Crystal Palace’. The building showcased the Great Exhibition 1851 to promote the superiority of Britain over nature during the Industrial Revolution.
Childhood dreams have come true this week for People’s Choice Credit Union employees Natalie Menz and Kym Burls, who have been named 2013 Credit Union Christmas Pageant Queen and King.
The credit unions are once again on the hunt for South Australia’s most talented kids to take on the highly coveted role of Junior Princess and Prince in the 2013 Credit Union Christmas Pageant.
Adelaide’s newest festival was launched today by Events SA, announcing English comedian Matt Lucas, of television’s Little Britain fame, as its headline act.
The 2013 Adelaide Fringe program was today launched at the Fringe warehouse in true Fringe spirit.
The State Library of South Australia, in conjunction with Splash Adelaide, is hosting a free family film event featuring the classic black and white 1947 Christmas movie Miracle on 34th Street.
Beyond the beautifully presented and skilful works, the exhibition embody-meant portrays a collective spirituality.