How much ‘wrongness’ are you willing to accept for comedy? That’s the question reviewer Heather Taylor Johnson asked herself while watching Swinging Safari, Stephan Elliott’s outrageous homage to ’70s suburbia.
Marking the centenary of the 1918 Armistice and featuring a cast of 215 people, Brink Productions' theatrical adaptation of poet Alice Oswald’s Memorial is a reflection on both the horror of war and what it is to be human.
West End and Broadway hit The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time – which it was announced today will be coming to Adelaide in July – is full of unforgettable moments, writes Raymond Gill.
Dolores O'Riordan, whose urgent, powerful voice helped make Irish rock band The Cranberries a global success in the 1990s, has died suddenly at a London hotel. She was 46.
Photographer Che Chorley's cleverly designed new book seeks to give readers a sense of the many and varied sensations he experienced during an exhausting six-month journey cycling along the South Australian coastline.
So Frenchy So Chic kicked off the Adelaide Festival Centre’s inaugural French Festival in style, delighting the city’s Francophiles with an evening of chanson Française, picnic-style dining and relaxed joie de vivre vibes.
Around 6000 artists will converge for the 2018 Adelaide Fringe, with a record 1223 events ranging from the ever-popular circus-cabaret extravaganzas to shows with a political edge such as Trumpageddon and The Pauline Hanson Musical.
Adelaide Fringe hub Gluttony is set to grow again in 2018, with close to double the public space, three more tents, 45 more shows, and a much bigger food and drink offering.
The Royal Croquet Club will return to the Riverbank for the 2018 Adelaide Fringe with a full program of music, circus, theatre and comedy shows, despite suffering a financial blow after its parent company's disastrous venture last year in China.