There’s plenty to do this long weekend, with Crush Festival in the Adelaide Hills, Australia Day events, a showcase of sculptures on the Brighton foreshore, Fleurieu Beer Festival and more.
Tom Hanks channels a beloved children’s TV host in A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood – a film that is much more than a traditional biopic.
A new report measuring the impact of South Australia’s small to medium arts organisations shows they are a critical part of the state’s creative sector, making work experienced by 1.8 million people a year, says the Arts Industry Council of SA.
The Garden Gala will push the boundaries each week at the Garden of Unearthly Delights.
This week’s Poet’s Corner sees Claire-Louise Watson reflect on the evocative power of story time with grandpa.
Six performers from London’s BAC Beatbox Academy will use singing, beats and poetry to breathe fresh life into the 200-year-old story of Frankenstein in an Adelaide Fringe show that asks: who are the monsters we fear and who created them?
Police action against a creative Adelaide filmmaker over his water-filled car stunt is a perfect demonstration of the state’s risk-averse culture that causes young people to leave, writes lawyer Adrian Tisato.
The Adelaide Fringe will celebrate its diamond anniversary in 2020 with a program of more than 1200 events in 361 venues – including an immersive indoor Aboriginal storytelling experience featuring cutting-edge light technology and illuminations.
The Adelaide Festival has unveiled a program for 2020 that includes a free concert in Elder Park, a fire ‘wonderland’ in the Botanic Gardens, 12-concert choral event 150 Psalms, cutting-edge theatre works and a giant doll’s house in Rundle Mall.
Ziggy Marley – eight-time Grammy winner and son of reggae legend Bob Marley – leads the final announcement of 2020 WOMADelaide acts, which also features UK folk singer Laura Marling and Australia’s Kate Miller-Heidke and rapper Briggs.
Twenty-one years after Alien From E-Street Saturn was painted on a landmark East End corner – reworking an earlier giant mural – the artist behind the “unloved” piece says it’s due for another facelift in a bid to breathe new life into the Rundle Street strip.
We have transitioned from a literate culture to one that values speed, immediacy and the decoding of small grabs of words in the search for information. But old and new ways of reading can co-exist, argues Judith Seaboyer.
An exciting new Fringe event is bringing together the best minds in immersive storytelling to inspire and ignite creative industry collaboration during festival season and beyond.
The ‘gracious city’ of Adelaide plays a pivotal role in UK author Jane Sanderson’s new novel about a long-distance love story fuelled by mix-tape nostalgia.
Almost every band on the bushfire fundraiser bill has had someone close to them affected by the fires, says headliner Bad//Dreems’ guitarist Alex Cameron. The outfit will be joined by more bands plus local food, booze and art, to raise money for those affected by blazes.