PRESENT will bring together more than 30 emerging cross-disciplinary artists from all around South Australia. The showcase on Friday, February 6, is the first for 2015.
Creative masterminds Geoff Cobham and Ross Ganf explain their temporary Fringe venue/nation, Surrender.
"Adelaide’s pretty firmly retained its position at the top of the tree as far as Australia’s festivals go, and I’d just want to see it stay there." David Sefton talks…
The Adelaide Fringe today revealed its new Director and Chief Executive Officer for 2016.
DEPARTURE at the Art Gallery of South Australia has been a special treat for art lovers, wine drinkers and event-goers for quite some time – and the fun will continue…
Acclaimed South Australian director Scott Hicks will return to his analogue photography roots in a new exhibition to open in February 2015.
Australian Dance Theatre will celebrate another milestone tonight with the launch of their 50th anniversary program.
A “new club experience from the creators of Barrio” called Surrender Club will overtake the InterContinental Hotel’s Plaza this festival season.
The Speakers Corner at WOMADelaide 2015 will bring three of the world’s greatest environmental thinkers, communicators and activists to Botanic Park next year.
Blessed with one of the greatest voices in popular music, soul and gospel singer Mavis Staples is set to return to Adelaide, playing the Governor Hindmarsh on Tuesday, March 31.
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