Artists from around the country will meet at Vitalstatistix in Port Adelaide for Adhocracy, a hothouse for the creative development of new artistic work on the June long weekend.
Wednesday, May 8
It will last a mere seven minutes, but Graeme Koehne’s Fanfare for the Next Forty Years promises to celebrate much about what he believes is timeless in art.
As the Adelaide Festival Centre celebrates its 40th birthday, not only does Adelaide’s premier venue and cultural heart of the city pass an impressive milestone, an even brighter future is…
The sixth annual Cabaret Fringe Festival will mark the beginning of Adelaide’s winter cabaret season on June 1, and will consist of a month-long and city-wide entertainment program celebrating art…
“Nonsense is the breath of my nostrils,” wrote Edward Lear, the Victorian era’s most famous nonsense writer, whose capering rhymes and absurdist verse have been loved by generations.
New work from Australia’s leading contemporary playwright Joanna Murray-Smith will be staged across the country this year, as the novelist and playwright prepares for a year bricked with wall-to-wall productions.
Spanish-born contemporary dance choreographer Rafael Bonachela has had more than four years to make his mark at the helm of Sydney Dance Company.
“Nonsense is the breath of my nostrils,” wrote Edward Lear, the Victorian era’s most famous nonsense writer, whose capering rhymes and absurdist verse have been loved by generations. Although he…
Ever since his first visit to Australia back in 1999, Ross Noble has become something of an honorary citizen.
Saturday, March 2, Her Majesty’s Theatre
Is One Man, Two Guvnors the “funniest show on the planet” as the press quote on the poster proclaims?
Sunday, March 3, The German Club