Photo Gallery: St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival 2023
St. Jeromes Laneway Festival did not disappoint, the 2023 festival season has really started with the bar set high as a star studded line-up of international acts landed in Adelaide and energised its new inner city location Bonython Park. Headlined by sister trio, Haim and YouTuber turned hottest 100 Top 10 artist Joji, the day was spent deliberating which performance to prioritise as they were … Continue reading Photo Gallery: St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival 2023
Adelaide Fringe 2023: INCOMING_TRANSMISSION
Where: Under the giant ‘MR CHOON’ sign at Vestigial CourtyardWhen: Now – 12 MarchHow much: Free Look, I can’t say too much. I have just returned from a Top Secret mission and I’ve been sworn to secrecy. But, there’s good news for you: they’re looking for more recruits. INCOMING_TRANSMISSION is as mysterious as the Fringe listing seems. You turn up, you follow the clues with … Continue reading Adelaide Fringe 2023: INCOMING_TRANSMISSION
Adelaide Fringe 2023: Maho Magic Bar
Where: Garden of Unearthly DelightsWhen: Now – 12 MarchHow much: $79 Another year of Fringe has kicked off this weekend, and with it, the Garden of Unearthly Delights has sprung to life in Rundle Park. Nestled near the back of the garden but hard to miss, lit with neon Japanese iconography, the Maho Magic Bar returns. If you’re like me and passed it each year … Continue reading Adelaide Fringe 2023: Maho Magic Bar
Theatre review: The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia?
How far could a loved one push the bounds of society, before we would no longer recognise or accept them? And what is it that defines those bounds and keeps them in place, anyway?
These are some of the questions explored in Edward Albee’s 2000 play The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia?, currently showing at Adelaide’s Dunstan Playhouse. Continue reading Theatre review: The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia?
Photo Gallery: Heaps Good Festival 2023
Heaps Good Festival 2023 showcased some of the top acts appearing in the Falls Festival lineup and added some further local talents. Despite the heat of the mid-summer sun, Adelaide punters made sure not to miss the event and were out in force from the get go to catch a glimpse of their favourite performers. Most impressively, all the acts performed with huge energy in … Continue reading Photo Gallery: Heaps Good Festival 2023
State Theatre Company Review: Single Asian Female
When: Until 19th NovWhere: Dunstan Playhouse, Adelaide Festival CentreHow much: $39-$80, purchase tickets here Rounding out the State Theatre Company 2022 season is the rambunctious Single Asian Female. Set within a cross-section of the Wong household, above their family restaurant, The Golden Phoenix, Pearl embraces life as a divorcee as she raises her two daughters; Zoe, a painfully-single exceptional violinist, and Mei, on the brink of adulthood braving … Continue reading State Theatre Company Review: Single Asian Female
Who: Elena Carapetis (after Sophocoles)Presented by: State TheatreWhen: until 11 JuneWhere: Odeon TheatreTickets: here The ludicrous thought that ancient misogynistic narratives are exhibits of the past is shattered in Playwright Elena Carapetis’ Antigone. What starts as a retelling of the classic Greek Tragedy takes an uncomfortable and all-too-real dive into the twenty-first century, revealing the prevalence of the well-known plotline in our society today. … Continue reading Review: Antigone
State Theatre Company Review: Cathedral
When: Until 21st MayWhere: Space Theatre, Adelaide Festival CentreHow much: $39-$80, purchase tickets here State Theatre Company brings the expansive and atmospheric Cathedral to Space Theatre this May. Stalwart of the company, Nathan O’Keefe portrays vagrant Clay, a Limestone Coast boy who spent his childhood learning how to dive with his grandfather. When tragedy strikes, Clay flees his hometown, only to find that he cannot escape his grief … Continue reading State Theatre Company Review: Cathedral
Adelaide Festival 2022: The Picture of Dorian Gray
Who: by Oscar Wilde / Sydney Theatre Company / Adapted and directed by Kip Williams Where: Her Majesty’s Theatre When: 13 – 20 March 2022 Details: Link here With the direction of Kip Williams and performance of Eryn Jean Norvill, a new re-imagining of Oscar Wilde’s literary classic The Picture of Dorian Gray leaps into the twenty first century. Although originally released in 1890, the … Continue reading Adelaide Festival 2022: The Picture of Dorian Gray
Adelaide Festival 2022 Review: Chineke! Chamber Ensemble
Who: Chineke! Chamber Ensemble Where: Adelaide Town Hall When: 16-17 March 2022 Details: Here This Adelaide Festival season, Chineke! Chamber Ensemble makes their Australian premiere at the Adelaide Town Hall. Ten principal players made the trek over, and made a point to state that this is “the most south part of the world that they have ever performed“. The double bass player Chi-chi Nwanoku OBE, … Continue reading Adelaide Festival 2022 Review: Chineke! Chamber Ensemble