In this week’s Poet’s Corner, Erica Jolly takes her inspiration from a special Adelaide garden.
The people behind Lion Arts Factory want every genre of music to feel welcome at the West End venue formerly known as Fowlers.
With rapid scene changes, 12 actors playing more than 30 roles and plenty of classic Hitchcock twists, North by Northwest is the kind of show audiences can’t help getting swept up in, actor Matt Day says ahead of the play’s opening in Adelaide this month.
The Adani mine saga, oil drilling in the Great Australian Bight and the link between meat consumption and climate change are among topics to be debated when WOMADelaide’s Planet Talks moves to a new venue in the park next year.
A one-to-one “gift of song” from a stranger will be offered to gallery visitors during a unique performance event next year at the Art Gallery of South Australia.
The Art Gallery of SA’s historic Elder Wing is set to reopen with a fresh look and a radical rehang of Australian art that includes both previously unseen treasures and favourite master works presented in a new light.
In this week’s Poet’s Corner, Linda Kohler concludes her look at South Australian places with family associations.
Adelaide Fringe has today released its 2019 program and it’s bigger than ever, with a large increase in circus and theatre shows and a host of quirky new venues – including a laundromat, caravan park and hot-air balloon.
To explore the role of the theatre critic in the age of mass opinion, The Mill writer in residence Ben Brooker embedded with Theatre Republic to witness the coming together of its debut production, Lines.
Eco fashion label Solomon Street has set up camp in Regent Arcade and will release its first summer apparel range at an event this weekend.
After working as an emergency responder in conflict-stricken regions in Iraq, South Australian-born Priya Pavri now hopes to share her passion for social justice through documentary filmmaking.
Director and choreographer Graeme Murphy has created a visual feast with this pacy new production of The Merry Widow presented by the State Opera, writes reviewer Greg Elliott.
The beehive-shaped stone sculptures in the Parklands beside Sir Donald Bradman Drive are a familiar sight to many Adelaideans. As part of a new series on Adelaide art, Katherine Arguile looks at their origins and inspiration.
A confronting play revealing refugee stories from Manus and Nauru, a pop-up installation selling ‘human soap’ and a free Symphony for Our World outdoor concert are among the diverse offerings of the 2019 Adelaide Festival program.
Adelaide retains a resilient cluster of colourful second-hand and antiquarian booksellers who, driven by a labour of literary love, have defied the contemporary threats to the industry. And their stories suggest the printed book is far from dead.