“In short, it is a fantastic place to listen to live music.” (Editorial in The Advertiser 15/3/17)
O Tama Carey was raised in Adelaide and grew up exploring the Central Markets each Saturday with her family. Formerly of Berta and Billy Kwong in Sydney, Tama’s passion for food extends beyond the kitchen by way of keeping bees for honey, breeding and curing pigs for salami, and writing for SBS Food online and Australian Gourmet Traveller. She is soon to open her new restaurant, Lankan Filling Station, in Sydney.
The Palais will be open for breakfast from 7am daily with the return of Breakfast with Papers. Guests can enjoy coffee and light breakfast by CIBO Espresso and newspapers provided by The Advertiser as Tom Wright and his panel of local and visiting journalists, writers, academics, thought leaders and artists dive into an intimate daily discussion of news and current affairs. Each morning event will feature a curated discussion of the news of the day and the issues that matter. As 2017 audiences will attest, it’s an invigorating and rewarding start to every day of the Festival.
Journalist and author David Marr returns to the Adelaide Festival with his fabulous Festival Forums, a weekday lunchtime event in which he interviews a fascinating festival artist. With characteristic wit, perspicacity and all the strengths of a good listener, David enriches the festival experience with an unmissable behind-the-scenes conversation.