A sunset ceremony on the SA Museum lawns, parties, a street parade and the transformation of North Terrace buildings into “canvases of light” will mark the opening this weekend of the 2017 Adelaide Fringe.
SA playwright Emily Steel has decided the perfect place to perform a reflective piece of theatre is by the basement pool at the Treasury Hotel.
Tuxedo Cat has secured a last-minute venue for its tenth anniversary Fringe shows after the Adelaide performing arts institution was blindsided by a Feast Festival “takeover” of its city address late last year.
Interesting food and drink experiences will be popping up all over the place during the Adelaide Fringe and Festival – from garden bars, retro food vans and flaming barbecues, to long lunches and cultural experiences.
Almost 200 delegates will head to the Adelaide Fringe as part of the Honey Pot marketplace, which offers artists the opportunity to sell their shows to festivals and venues around the world.
The Royal Croquet Club will introduce a range of new food offerings at its Pinky Flat Fringe hub this year, including a Pizzateca Discoteca and an 'immersive' riverbank dining experience.
Tom Ballard will take aim at Australia's treatment of refugees and "f***ed-up immigration history" in an Adelaide Fringe comedy show he acknowledges has some distinctly unfunny moments.
"Don't wear white." That's the director's advice for people attending Adelaide Fringe performances of Trainspotting – an immersive, boundary-pushing show in which there are no safe seats.
British playwright Henry Naylor hopes his Adelaide Fringe show about a Kurdish female sniper who helped drive ISIS out of her town will challenge stereotypes about Middle Eastern women.
As the Adelaide Festival prepares to celebrate the city's golden gastronomic era with a serious of long lunches on the Riverbank Palais, Nigel Hopkins reflects on the people and places that have shaped our restaurant scene.
Hanoi musicians whose songs reflect the scars of the Vietnam War era will bring their unique sound to WOMADelaide in what Grammy-winning American producer Ian Brennan promises will be a "virtuosic" performance.
Crowded House frontman Neil Finn will perform a free solo outdoor concert on the Riverbank on March 5 to open the 2017 Adelaide Festival.
Argentinian 12-piece tango ensemble Orquesta Típica Fernández Fierro lead the third and final program announcement for this year’s WOMADelaide, which will include artists from 31 countries.
Canadian contemporary dance-theatre production Betroffenheit has become the second Adelaide Festival show to sell out ahead of the 2017 event.
Gardens Speak will offer Adelaide audiences an intensely personal perspective on Syria’s civil war, inviting them to lie in the dirt and listen to the stories of individuals killed during the 2011-12 uprising and buried in private gardens.
Artist Del Kathryn Barton pulled off a casting coup securing actress Cate Blanchett for her short film RED, but it was a couple of uncooperative, venomous eight-legged stars that posed one of her toughest challenges.
English ska legends The Specials, experimental music group The Philip Glass Ensemble, Brazilian bossa nova singer Bebel Gilberto and Australian folk trio The Waifs are among the first 21 acts announced for next year’s WOMADelaide.
Magician, comic and actor Paul Dabek launched his two Adelaide Fringe shows – “Look at Me” and “The I Hate Children Children's Show” – at the Propaganda Club last week.
The program launch for the 2017 Adelaide Writers’ Week, to take place from March 4-9, was held last week at the Channel 9 building in Pirie Street.
Adelaide Fringe hosted a street party on Vardon Avenue in the East End last Friday night to celebrate the launch of its 2017 program.