Adelaide music fans can experience a taste of the city’s spectacularly diverse music scene at Woodville Town Hall Foyer Fridays.
From comedy to cabaret and everything in between, these are our top picks on what to see at this year's Adelaide Fringe.
UNSUNG is a loud, proud, Adelaide Fringe celebration that will, perhaps most importantly, shine the light on some great Australian women of the past and their phenomenal stories.
The Adelaide events scene has picked right up and we've compiled our top 10 for the glorious month of September.
Woodville Town Hall’s music series Foyer Fridays returns with an incredible line-up of local acts that you can watch live at the Town Hall or from the comfort of your own home.
Whisk yourself away from the desk/ washing / same four walls and let these incredible local musicians help you remember what life was like before covid-19. 15 May will get you moving with Aaron Thomas’ old-style folk/country 29 May delivers a delicious aural palette by Fleur Green
Produced by Baker’s wife and accordionist, Gayle Buckby, this show will be a celebration of music, stories, love and friendship.
The market curates the very best makers of quality items from locally-made goods from some of Adelaide’s best makers, and they have announced their December edition.
Ella Hooper, of Killing Heidi fame, chats about upcoming, all-female festival November Nights, what she's working on right now and how her radio and media gigs seem to fall into her lap.
Five-time ARIA Award Winner Katie Noonan and the Australian String Quartet (ASQ) are currently touring Australia with their new album The Glad Tomorrow.
The Glad Tomorrow is the new album from 5-time ARIA Award Winner Katie Noonan and the brilliant Australian String Quartet. This is the first time Noonan and the ASQ have collaborated, and this uniquely Australian project sets the poetry of Queenslander and First Nations icon Oodgeroo Noonuccal to music.
There's a brand new music festival coming to this thriving, upcoming alternative music venue.
The inaugural Winter ComFest is returning at the end of this month, featuring a particularly spectacular line up of local and international talent.
Glam Adelaide's guide on things to do in Adelaide throughout August. From festivals, wine tastings and family-friendly outings, we've got you covered.
AltFEST is a new mini-music festival hitting hitting Charles Sturt’s Woodville Town Hall in June.
The crystal chandeliers and impressive stage are comparable to the days of grand theatres or the lounges that housed the soulful musical stylings of the jazz age.
With the 2018 Fringe season kicking off this week. The Charles Sturt Council has collaborated with Emma Knight productions to create a family friendly Fringe program that has something on offer for everyone.
Straight Outta Compo is another show packed to the brim with a line-up of A list comedians sharing the stage to bring variety and offer audiences something for everyone.
George Kapiniaris talks to Glam with excitement about his latest project "Straight Outta Compo"
For all those fashion lovers out there, mark this down in your diaries. The Round She Goes fashion market is on again this month, and it has a new home in Adelaide.