List of Events
Friday, September 20 Arkaba Hotel | Andrew Schulz - The Matador Tour (7.30pm) Arkaba Hotel | Jake Nickolai - Lounge Bar (8pm) Avoca Hotel | ZEMA WINE LUNCH (12pm) Bartley Hotel | Top Up ft. Rolfy C (8pm) Bridgeway Hotel | Dusty Lee (7.30pm) Cooper Ale House: Gepps X | Ex-Men (9pm) Cumberland Hotel | Rapid Fire (7pm) The Duck Inn | Express Duo (7pm) Emu Hotel | Clearway (9pm) Fat Controller | Slum Sociable (10pm) The Fed On Semaphore…
In this collaboration between Guildhouse and the Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide-based artist Honor Freeman ‘ghosts’ the collection.
As one of South Australia’s most respected visual artists, Hossein Valamanesh’s In Love celebrates the artist’s renowned enigmatic practice, and expands upon his preoccupation with ideas of love, existence and the nature of being.
As part of its ongoing commitment to the finest quality sacred music, Pilgrim Uniting Church present an International Organist Series. Hosting the largest organ in South Australia, Pilgrim has become a favourite for many organists around the world.
If you like bottomless brunch, then you are going to love Nom Nom Cha! This is our modern Asian Level One version of yum cha, featuring dishes from Head Chef Josh Kim such as spicy XO silken tofu, mac and cheese spring rolls and char siu pork – all washed down with bottomless prosecco over 90 minute sittings.
The Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year competition once again celebrates the natural heritage of the Australia, New Zealand, Antarctica and New Guinea bioregions in 2019.
This is the first comprehensive survey of Islam’s extraordinary artistic heritage, spanning a period from the medieval ‘golden age’ of Islam until the contemporary era.
Following on from the success of the Women in Wine Dinner Series held in Level One in 2018, we are proud to announce the Families in Wine Dinner Series.
Cheers to Dad, Father’s Day lunch in the Adelaide Hills! Let Dad enjoy the BBQ without the cooking! Kick back at LONGVIEW this Father’s Day with BBQ‘d delights from around the globe. $75 per person treats you to a three course meat lovers feast of absolutely smokin’, smoulderin’ goodness by La Dolce Vita Catering. Make it a family affair – vegetarian option & kids menu available. Bring Dad along to this Adelaide Hills event for an ultimate blokey BBQ. There’s no…
This exhibition will show these goddesses in all of their human glory – as wmn with strength, weakness, power, determination and courage. It will also showcase our current goddesses – the wmn in modern times who have shown us the qualities of the goddesses of ancient times.
The aroma and flavour of Spain come alive on the plate at this class - the pungent smoked paprika, delicate saffron, salty fragrant hams and lush gazpacho, many of these combine for the wonderful bites known as 'Tapas'. Spanish people are known for eating dinner after 8:30pm, enjoying the balmy evenings outside with a plate of tapas and a delicious glass of Sangria. Spanish cuisine is heavily influenced by regional flavours and historical events that shaped culture and society, and…
In its third exhibition, MOD. is exploring HEDONISM. We are talking about things we can do to excess that make us feel good for a lifetime, not just for a weekend.
Stone/Castro, in association with Insite Arts, present THE COUNTRY by Martin Crimp. A cryptic thriller which has played in theatres around the world, presented by the dynamic theatre/dance creative duo Jo Stone and Paulo Castro.
Party against poverty with Oxfam! Each year Oxjam Adelaide puts on a Gig for Good in support of Oxfam Australia. This year the proceeds will be supporting Oxfam’s food & climate campaign.
In the first presentation of Rumpus Theatre’s inaugural season, Adelaide composer and performer Dan Thorpe will perform writer James Andre's epic poem describing his experiences working in a Brisbane porn store. A funny and incisive critique of Australian masculinity, this South Australian premiere has been variably described by Thorpe as “Tim Minchin on meth” and “a weird mix of Billy Joel’s Piano Man, free improv and earnest mid-80s classical minimalism”.
Liberation Records are elated to confirm a national tour for Melbourne’s much loved Slum Sociable in support of their forthcoming EP L.I.F.
This short course will run over four consecutive Saturdays, explores the ways in which the faith of Islam has inspired artists over the centuries.
NOLA presents the first Wonder Beerpourium, pouring 26x Moon Dog brews at once and hosting bunch of fun for every person and their dog, bring along your pooch for a day of:
The Boys are back, and ready to share a bunch of new original tunes with the ladies and gentlemen of Adelaide! Come along for a night of old school swing music, flavoured with some good old fashioned feminism. The Boys Club is a celebration of the heart, the soul and the story of swing, with three musicians, Kyrie Anderson, Bonnie Aué and Kate Fuller joining forces to make magical music, old and new, in a trio like no other. With…
This September, South Sudan’s living legend and songwriter extraordinaire Gordon Koang brings his unique blend of afro-pop to the Wheatsheaf Hotel. Gordon will be supported by one of our favourite local artists, Naomi Keyte. Entry is free and all are welcome.
Carrick Hill’s second Spectacular Sundays program takes place on 22 September with a theme of a Spring Fling for families and garden and music lovers.
Throughout September MOD. will host a series of plant workshops featuring prominent South Australian greenthumbs Jenny Deans and Emma Sadie Thompson, answering important questions like "why garden gardens have a 'feel' good effect" and "how do I stop my new houseplant from dying before I get a chance to Instagram it".
Summertown Studio introduces a dreamy music series at new Somerton Park co-working warehouse with a line up featuring Merpire, Angie Hudson and Kingbee.
After playing sold-out rooms throughout the UK, Europe and Asia, and making history as the youngest male artist to sell out Sydney’s iconic Opera House (twice), ARIA-award winning multi-instrumentalist, songwriter and performer Ruel will release his highly anticipated sophomore EP FREE TIME on Friday 13 September and embark on his most ambitious tour to date.
The concert features the sensational Swedish-Danish cellist Andreas Brantelid performing with Russian-born pianist Konstantin Shamray in an all Russian/Soviet program which will include three sonatas for cello and piano: Myaskovsky Sonata No. 1, Shostakovich Sonata, Rachmaninov and a few surprises!
Gang Show is an amateur theatrical performance where the cast is made up of serving youth members of scouts and guides. The aim of the show is to give young people in scouting and guiding the opportunity to develop performance skills and to perform in a close to professional theatrical environment under the auspices of the Performing Arts Section of Scouting.
Just days before they send fans worldwide into a feeding frenzy by dropping their obsessively anticipated third album A Brief Inquiry into Online Relationships, English pop mavericks The 1975 have tipped their hat to their legion of followers in Australia by locking in a huge run of 2019 shows.
Inferno is acclaimed Australian singer-songwriter Robert Forster’s first solo album in four years - his second album over the last eleven years. Forster only makes records when he feels he has the songs – on Inferno, he has nine he totally believes in.
There are many reasons why Dvořák’s Ninth Symphony continues to be a favourite: the melding of Bohemian and American musical influences, the sublime Largo, the dramatic arc linking all four movements. It became an instant hit at its premiere 125 years ago.
The conception, creation and production of a garment is intrinsically intimate, however, in its disproportionate consumption of our finite resources, the fashion industry today has lost that connection. We hope to bring it back, to redefine the way we wear, and to share our heartfelt belief that this philosophy can be woven holistically into every aspect of our lives.