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.
By refusing to guarantee the survival of the widely-loved Thebarton Theatre, the Marshall Government has already lost control of the narrative around its plans for South Road, writes Tom Richardson.
InDaily’s hit list of events and shows, including a two-week celebration of Adelaide music, a revitalised production of A View from the Bridge, an Art Gallery of South Australia exhibition not to be missed, a Guitar Festival and a Winter Writing Festival, and an Adelaide Symphony Orchestra violinist.
Founded by former architects Stephanie and Hugues Vilette, Eaterie is a socially conscious French patisserie and art space looking to make a difference on Hutt Street.
This week’s Poet’s Corner features another contribution from Simon Jones, reflecting on hopes, dreams and the sands of time.
The theatre company that brought the much-talked-about one-on-one show The Smile Off Your Face to Adelaide Fringe and Festival will return with a new high-stakes, roller-coaster experience announced as one of six early-release OzAsia highlights.
Through the Yurtu Ardla project, Ku Arts’ programs officer Clayton Cruse has furthered his connection to his Adnyamathanha heritage through wood carving.
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.