Cory Doctorow, science-fiction writer and co-editor of the blog Boing Boing, has been announced as a guest at next year's Adelaide Writers' Week – the final event to be presented by current director Laura Kroetsch.
Mat Schulz admits that when he launched the first Unsound festival of experimental and electronic music in the Polish city of Krakow in 2003, it was ‘a bit too weird for some’. Now, it has become a phenomenon internationally – including in Adelaide.
Members of SA's LGBTIQ community and their supporters are expected to turn out in force for this weekend's Pride March and Feast Festival opening, with the events taking place just days before the release of results from the same-sex marriage survey.
A licence extension has guaranteed WOMADelaide’s future until 2024, with renewed State Government funding also enabling confirmation of two big shows for next year – including a French aerial spectacular featuring “flying" angels.
An outdoor concert by music icon Grace Jones and an explosive new theatre epic from the director of Roman Tragedies are among highlights of the 2018 Adelaide Festival program announced today.
This refreshing and beautiful Oscar-nominated film presents a very non-Dickensian take on the orphanage experience, writes Heather Taylor Johnson.
“Imagine the way you want to live and then build it.” Big Time, a documentary profile of Bjarke Ingels — founder of the Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) — takes us deep inside the mind of a design master.
‘Queen of the sitar’ Anoushka Shankar, Mali desert blues group Tinariwen, US saxophonist Kamasi Washington, and Australian acts The Avalanches and Dan Sultan are among the 18 artists in WOMADelaide’s first line-up announcement for 2018.
Although the second Tarnanthi Festival of Contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art has been brought together by one woman, it speaks with many voices.