Winterfest is back at Rocket Bar for 2017 with all the treats you know and love.
Yewth went along to Bout 3 of the Adelaide Roller Derby where the Salty Dolls took on the Road Train Rollers.
Sista Girl, presented by the State Theatre Company of South Australia and Yirra Yaaakin Theatre Company, is running from 30 May to 3 June at The Space Theatre.
Photos from Music SA's Umbrella Winter City Sounds program launch at the Ed Castle.
Today Yours & Owls Festival dropped the lineup for their Under 18's Festival, and it's shaping up to be one huge party at Waves on Saturday, September 30.
With a whopping 300+ events registered in the two week period in the middle of winter, you can tell anyone that says Adelaide has nothing happening outside of Mad March exactly where to go.
Our friends in Woollongong, Strawberry Visions, threw a pretty mind-blowingly spectacular party.
We had a chat with Anthony Costanzo from the Hub-tones about Adelaide's young jazz scene and why you need to get around it.
With over 50 artists playing across seven venues in Adelaide’s east end, A Day of Clarity is a celebration of independent music in Australia.
Enjoy choir practice with the locals, workshops, wacky costumes (bring your entire costume cupboard), one or two bands you might know and a hell of a lot of doof. Not to mention the greatest pool party you’ll ever attend in the centre of Australia.
Down the track The Sound Garage's new home could very well see anything from exhibitions, live art and drawing, live music, and even potentially room for someone to pick up the tools and start their own guitar making course or apprenticeship.
Oi psst, Mother's Day is next weekend. Here are Lucy's top picks for this weekend's Bowerbird Design Market, conveniently timed for all your present buying.
Cameron Doyle is a guy who knows how to pack a lot into one week.
This body or work consists of garments and one off pieces made by recycling and re-making from discarded, overlooked and forgotten materials, exhibited at The Mill.
The Simpsons isn’t just a TV show; it’s common ground for millions of people and an opportunity to form communities.
An accessible study and celebration of modern femininity showcased in the beautiful Peanut Gallery awaits you.
If you haven't heard of Omar Musa, he is a Malaysian-Australian rapper/poet/author/general dispensary of wise words from Queanbeyan, New South Wales and an absolute delight/inspiration.
Mates, aesthetic sisters and four of some of Adelaide’s best makers bring us Ensemble.
The artistic process let the young creatives express themselves through a medium that transcended the language barriers of more than a dozen different nationalities present in the building.
Brad Hollis is relatively new to the Adelaide comedy scene, having been around maybe only a couple of years, but already he has a sharply defined on stage persona.
The name of this show came from one critic saying Sam could read the phone book and it would be funny (which he does, and it is).
All profits will from 'Insane In The Brain' tees go to the Cure Brain Cancer Foundation and their mission to increase five-year survival to 50% by 2023.
‘The Unpinchable Pink Pen’ allows Yianni to take a step back from the world, and be a critic to commonplace trends in society. Women and children first? Nah, not fair. Attractive bartenders essentially paid to take compliments from horny men? No-one wins.
Secret River is one of many stories of first contact — its just one that is being told to a broad audience. I’m sure most of us have imagined what that must have been like from both perspectives. The miss communication, the fear, the misconceptions, the unvalidated and unjust action of putting oneself above another, the shocking realisation that we might just all be the same.
This is deconstructed, fourth-wall shattering clown theatre at its very best. Zach studied at the Gaulier School of Clowning, and how enjoyable it is to watch a professional execution of a craft, trained in and worked at for years.
The final show of Breakout Comedy could be described as a gritty expose of the reality of trying to make a name for yourself on the cut-throat Australian comedy circuit.
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