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?
The devastating Cudlee Creek bushfire won’t affect festivities planned for this month’s Crush Festival in the Adelaide Hills, with 30 wineries and other venues hosting events and organisers urging people to support the region.
With a prime location on the beachfront at Goolwa and opening just in time for the summer holidays, Kuti Shack is a new café that brings together three Fleurieu chefs and will champion local seafood and native indigenous ingredients.
A new book featuring 100 Adelaide buildings shows how modernist architecture shaped our streetscapes, from character-filled ’50s and ’60s homes, to flamboyant suburban churches and dominant – often divisive – brutalist buildings.
Adelaide’s Staazi & Co – already renowned in South Australia for its plant-based ‘lamb’ yiros – has been named one of 10 top vegan food trucks around the world in a new guide to vegan-friendly travel.
The Adelaide Cabaret Festival has announced a selection of early-release shows from its 2020 line-up, from a RocKwiz New York tribute to a four-day French Soiree.