More than 100 authors and thousands of readers will gather in the Pioneer Women’s Memorial Garden for the 2020 Adelaide Writers’ Week. Avid reader, bookseller and session chair Jo Case tells us the 10 authors she’s most excited to see.
The artists in the Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art are all exploring the idea of monsters, some a little too real for comfort.
With his immersive project Eight – featuring singer Kate Miller-Heidke – Michel van der Aa may be among the first in the world to find an effective artistic language within virtual reality.
How do a cast of adults go about the tricky task of portraying a troupe of highly competitive 13-year-old dancers? We talk to actor Amber McMahon about the “crushingly funny satire” Dance Nation ahead of its Adelaide Festival season.
A Scottish opera based on the controversial 1996 arthouse film Breaking the Waves doesn’t shy away from the dark intensity of the story – but it is a very different experience, the composer tells InDaily ahead of its Adelaide Festival season.
UK punk duo Sleaford Mods make music about life on the poverty line. But singer Jason Williamson admits the capitalist model he fought against for years is now of service, as the band prepares to play at WOMADelaide in March.
Ziggy Marley – eight-time Grammy winner and son of reggae legend Bob Marley – leads the final announcement of 2020 WOMADelaide acts, which also features UK folk singer Laura Marling and Australia’s Kate Miller-Heidke and rapper Briggs.
With the theme Monster Theatres, the 2020 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art will feature work by 23 cutting-edge artists and a marked increase in live art – including a bee bed and a robotics project. Curator Leigh Robb tells InDaily what’s in store.
The 6000-year-old Tjirbruki story was traditionally told orally among Kaurna tribes, but for the first time the dreaming yarn will be shared as a stunning immersive Adelaide Fringe experience featuring animations and state-of-the-art projections.
Look out, Adelaide. ‘Property developer extraordinaire’ Frankie Foxstone AKA The Profit is on her way to lead a series of subversive interactive walking tours through our fair city – and she has the Parklands in her sights.
A working holiday in the Mediterranean ‘island paradise’ of Malta saw two British theatre-makers uncover dark secrets and weird politics… all of which inspired their award-winning Fringe show featuring a live dog, rum and sea shanties.
Adelaide Fringe audiences will be able to witness the “wildness, energy and dynamism” of Colombia’s young circus stars in a new show fuelled by the Latin beats and street culture of a rapidly changing country.
A roaming labyrinth connected by corridors strewn with photographs and forgotten objects will soon be open for exploration in the Garden of Unearthly Delights.
French sausage from La Buvette, soft serve from Sunnyside Softy, Buk Buk’s Nashville Hot Chicken and a cruelty-free burger shop called Happy Burger – RCC’s Chow Town has a lot on offer.
The Garden of Unearthly Delights isn’t just about grown-up fun. Here’s a selection of colourful song and dance, circus, puppetry and theatre shows that will also keep the kids in thrall.
The Adelaide Festival has unveiled a program for 2020 that includes a free concert in Elder Park, a fire ‘wonderland’ in the Botanic Gardens, 12-concert choral event 150 Psalms, cutting-edge theatre works and a giant doll’s house in Rundle Mall.
Furnace and the Fundamentals are bringing FURNAPALOOZA to the Adelaide Entertainment Centre for the Adelaide Fringe.
Looking for laughs at the Adelaide Fringe? Here are six international artists and emerging Australian comedians you may not have heard of or seen yet who are selling out shows and scooping awards all over the festivals scene.
The Garden of Unearthly Delights left Adelaide for the first time in its 20-year history yesterday, staging a 10-act gala show for 1200 people on Kangaroo Island.
Chronic illness is too often undiscussed in today’s society and disability is even worse, with the prefix ‘dis’ meaning ‘the negative of’, but Floral Peroxide ensures Fringe won’t fall into the trap of conforming to these dissociative norms. ★★★★