List of Events
The historic Elder Wing has now been transformed with a new presentation of the Australian collection, and with this comes a rethinking of Australian art, its impact and its influence.
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The must-see hit show Jackson Vs Jackson is back at Adelaide Fringe in 2019! Experience all the greats from musical legends, Michael and Janet Jackson in this unmissable tribute concert, delivered in true Gospo style!
This display will feature recent acquisitions to the Art Gallery of South Australia collection, including prints, drawing, photography, painting, decorative arts and artist’s books.
Adelaide-born Astronaut Dr Andrew Thomas was the first Australian citizen in space. He has loaned a number of items of personal memorabilia from his space flights and training, which will be displayed alongside a space suit and leisure suit on loan from NASA and worn by him on Mir. Due to popular demand, the Andrew Thomas display has been extended.
Come and see an opalised dinosaur toe bone, which was dug up in Andamooka in the early 1970s! Dinosaur bones in South Australia are extremely rare, with only two others known to date which are also in the Museum’s collection. During the Early Cretaceous period (around 110 million years ago) when dinosaurs roamed the land, most of South Australia was under water, being part of the ancient Eromanga Sea. This special bone is on display in the Museum’s Opal Fossil…
Women have made significant contributions to science throughout history. Her Story: Inspiring Women in Science will celebrate four amazing women who are blazing their own trails and encouraging others to follow in their footsteps. By sharing their stories, these role models inspire the next generation of young women to follow their dreams and careers in science and humanities. The second subject in this four part series is Prof. Tanya Monro, Australia's Chief Defence Scientist, former Deputy Vice Chancellor: Research and…
The Cambrian Period represents a vital chapter in the history of marine animals, as this is when most of the major groups of animals first appear in the fossil record. For 11 years researchers from the South Australian Museum have been visiting Emu Bay at Kangaroo Island to explore how complex life on Earth evolved over 550 million years ago. The new Cambrian animals display uncovers the minute details of an ancient marine world. It shows how the first predators came into…
The Art Gallery of South Australia presents the first major survey exhibition of one of Australia’s most acclaimed contemporary artists, Ben Quilty.
Adelaide, Australia: Quilty, the first major survey exhibition of one of Australia’s most acclaimed contemporary artists, Ben Quilty, launches at 5.30pm in Adelaide on Friday 1 March at the Art Gallery of South Australia.
ROB BRYDON, charming Welshman, and cult comedy television superstar from hits The Trip, Gavin and Stacey and Would I Lie To You?, is bringing his brand new live show, I Am Standing Up, to Australian theatres in March 2019. The Swansea-born radio and TV presenter got his big break in 2000 with Marion and Geoff, the series of short comedy monologues on BBC2.
Choreographer Johan Inger has spent the last twenty years becoming an overnight sensation. While dancing at the Nederlands Dans Theater in the 90s, Swedish-born Inger’s choreographic talent came to the attention of Jirí Kylián and soon he was collecting a series of prestigious awards. But in 2016 he took out the big one: the Prix Benois de la Danse – an Oscar of the ballet world – for Carmen, his first full-length work. A contemporary take on the classic story of…
Snatching trophies. Getting gorgeous. Turning it up. Alyssa Edwards rules the dance studio by day and the drag world by night. She’s back, back, back again direct from her Netflix reality show, Dancing Queen. Alyssa is coming back down-under with her brand new 75 minute show, Dancing Queen.
McKenzie Touring is thrilled to announce the return of Slaves to Australian shores this March.
Italian electronica and dance music duo The Bloody Beetroots are coming down under and the Fat Man can't wait.
Aussie icon Shannon Noll will be back on the road to promote his new album, Unbroken. Unbroken was released on Warner Music Australia on this February and is Shannon’s first new album in seven years.
On display for the first time since its acquisition following the 2016 Adelaide Biennial, Guardians was created by Perth-based artist Tarryn Gill after a residency at the Freud Museum in London.
Adelaide’s Victoria Square will be transformed into sultry Spain for one summer night in March, as Opera’s most famous seductress Carmen takes over the city centre. This very special family-friendly event combines live opera, a full orchestra and opera chorus, and large screen projection of the action so that no matter where you sit in the Square you’ll have the best seat in the house. Starring mezzo-soprano Helen Sherman as Carmen, the cast includes some of the finest Australian opera…
Post-punk funk politicos Gang Of Four Official are touring Entertainment! + a stack of other hits this March!
The sound of Simone Lamsma’s violin emerges in full splendour, shining out from the dark orchestral backdrop of Sibelius’ Violin Concerto. These bright, flickering melodies kept Sibelius sleepless as he completed the work during a long, cold Finnish winter.
The Streaky Bay Racing Club will celebrate its 103rd year of racing at this year's Cup, so come and help us celebrate! It will be a great day for the whole family! Saturday the gates open at 10.30am with the first race being around 12pm.
A Day on the Cans (ADOTC) is a one stage music festival that will debut on the grounds of the brand spanking new Pirate Life Brewery in Port Adelaide on Saturday March 30th 2019.
To discover Odette is to expose yourself to a musical landscape brimming with delicate yet compelling melodies, soul searching compositions with lyrical exploration touching on love and life and a whole lot more.
Two Viennese classics, written 100 years apart. Australian pianist Daniel de Borah brings artful finesse to one of Mozart’s smaller concertos, in which musical perfection seems to slip out from between the abounding melodies like a happy accident.
In preparation for such an anticipated show, Showtime Australia conducted more than 15,000 auditions across 12 countries before selecting accomplished South African vocalist Belinda Davids who delivers the voice, charm, nuances, and even the gestures of Houston.
Breakout pop star Anne-Marie will return to Australia in March and April 2018, and will also perform her first New Zealand headline show as part of her biggest Australasian tour yet!
Let's celebrate the greatness of Italian food and pasta, feasting on four different types of pasta dishes, all made the 'old school' way by hand. Our chefs will put together 4 delicious pasta dishes + sides for you to feast on in a shared menu style, down very long tables in our restaurant
Fresh from her hit single ‘Groceries’ going gold, the future of Australian pop music Mallrat today announces that she’ll be heading out on her largest national tour yet this March.