Jeff Lang and Cal Williams Jr, two artists with distinctive but complementary angles on the acoustic guitar, showed again how the Adelaide Guitar Festival can conjure a fascinating night’s entertainment.
Director Kate Champion’s bold revival of Arthur Miller’s Greek-tragedy-inspired drama A View From the Bridge draws out the timeless, elemental forces at play, allowing them to speak directly to a contemporary audience.
The 1969 Moon landing coincided with another momentous event in the life of then 11-year-old Phil Cummings – his first experience of snow. The SA author’s memory of that day inspired his new storybook and will soon be brought to life on stage.
Today’s Poet’s Corner sees contributor Robyn Wilde musing on a mirror image.
Synth wizard Luke Million’s music career began in his bedroom, and he’s giving the public an insight into the magic of the creative process with a replica bedroom studio in Rundle Mall.
Australian Dance Theatre’s The Beginning of Nature, Adelaide Festival opera The Magic Flute and a show by former Adelaide Cabaret Festival artistic director Ali McGregor are among the SA winners at this year’s Helpmann Awards.
In his final appearance as principal conductor with the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, Nicholas Carter again demonstrated his varied and considerable talent with a program that included a delightful performance by violin soloist Grace Clifford.
Through an assembly of artefacts, photographs, videos and testimonials, Daring to be Different shares stories both heartbreaking and joyful that show the journey of South Australia’s ‘rainbow elders’ from oppression to acceptance.