Batsheva Dance Company
Adelaide Festival Theatre, Wednesday, March 5
Dunstan Playhouse, Tuesday, March 4
The Festival Theatre Foyer is currently exhibiting Creating the Character, a display of some of the grandest and most interesting costumes in the Adelaide Festival Centre’s collection.
The undisputed ‘master of filth’ is returning to Adelaide with a second helping of his This Filthy World monologue. The Adelaide Review dared to ask the notorious director, screenwriter, actor,…
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Helpmann Academy.
J.C. Chandor is driving home in New York City while talking on his mobile during the following interview and he winningly begins by explaining just how lucky he is
Belgium’s Ontroerend Goed (OG) returns to the Adelaide Festival to present the Australian premiere of Fight Night, a collaboration with award-winning local experimental troupe The Border Project.
Not for the last three Adelaide Festivals have we seen a serious commitment given to new orchestral music.
Peter Drew is Peter the Art Critic in a new web series, which will premiere next month – Art Vs Reality.
John Neylon checks out two exhibitions – Jeff Mincham's Forces of Nature and Colin Pennock's Wayfarer – currently showing at BMG Art.
DocWeek launches tonight with the Australian premiere of Gracie Otto’s The Last Impresario and Alex Gibney’s latest The Armstrong Lie, two of DocWeek’s must-see documentaries.
Frank Moorhouse won the Premier’s Award at the Adelaide Festival Awards for Literature on the weekend for his third novel in his Edith Campbell Berry trilogy, Cold Light.