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
The much-anticipated return of UniBar ADL is here, complete with a huge focus on live music.
A collection of essays looking at alternative views of South Australia’s founding myths.
The crew behind Gravity and Other Myths spent time in France perfecting their newest show, which focuses on the creation of life from the smallest beginnings.
Tentative plans for a merger between the University of Adelaide and University of South Australia have been shelved.
A fascinating culinary history of one of Australia’s iconic foods, taking us around Australia, New Zealand and England, through recipe books, family treasures, letters to and from soldiers in WWI, photographs and anecdotes to discover the origins of our iconic Anzac biscuit.
A wonderful collection of poetry and prose from books, letters and journals along with magazine and newspaper articles on the history of Australian food, cooking, dining and etiquette.
The RCC is moving its hub into the heart of Adelaide, but its plans for 2019 are much bigger than just a move!
Just when we thought the Universities were done with renovations and new buildings, they've shocked us with a new idea that could change the way we study at universities across South Australia forever.
The University of Adelaide has teamed up with Adelaide-based Australian Fashion Label’s The Fifth Label to create a progressive range of University branded clothing that is on-trend and reflective of the styles students and young graduates wear socially.
University of Adelaide lecturer, Maggie Tonkin, provides a well-researched & thorough history of Australia’s longest, continuously-running dance theatre company.
Adelaide like you've never seen it before.
A fascinating and entertaining biography that describes the life of South Australian poet CJ Dennis who was born in 1876 and lived on both sides of the track.
This informative book has been released to coincide with the current SA Maritime Museum exhibition of over 350 works from Nicolas Baudin’s exploration of the largely uncharted southern continent we now know as Australia.
What would you say if some of the best chefs in Adelaide offered you a free meal made out of reclaimed food? You should say yes, and be thankful they're tackling food wastage!
Some of Adelaide's most beautiful and iconic buildings will be transformed into living canvases of light during the Fringe Festival...
A little food for thought for your weekend; Glam Adelaide is kicking it old school with a celebration of our great state and its most progressive and kick arse moments
The Adelaide Youth Orchestra will explore a whole new world of music when they present the new work of an acclaimed Adelaide composer...
For the third year running OzHarvest Adelaide will be serving up a free hot rescued lunch prepared by a team of leading chefs, while raising awareness about food waste.