InDaily’s hit list of events and shows over the weekend and week ahead, including Cabaret Festival closing weekend highlights, State Theatre’s confronting new play, “the Citizen Kane of bad movies” and 54 Reasons to Party with the ASO.
Patti LuPone, Broadway performer for more than 40 years, strides onto the Festival Theatre stage with a sense of ownership which tells the audience she is completely at home with her music.
Independent print and online magazine Yewth today announced it would wind up operations from the end of this month, citing increased publishing costs for its closure.
South Australia has scored 18 nominations in the 2018 Helpmann Awards, with the Adelaide Festival’s sell-out opera Hamlet and Slingsby’s acclaimed children’s show Emil and the Detectives among those shortlisted.
Adelaide Film Festival has launched a national campaign asking people to nominate their top three Australian films – and for inspiration, it’s sharing the favourite films of industry identities including Hugo Weaving, George Miller, David Stratton and Margaret Pomeranz.
Former president of the Australian Human Rights Commission Gillian Triggs will discuss her “public shaming” during her term, as part of a big line-up of local, national and international speakers at next month’s Adelaide Festival of Ideas.
The Impressionist masterpieces from Paris’s Musée d’Orsay are like a window onto a past life for expat art historian Katherine Arguile. But seeing them anew at the Art Gallery of SA also makes her happier than ever to live in Adelaide.