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

Adelaide Festival 2022: Wudjang: Not the Past

Who: Bangarra Dance Theatre/ Sydney Theatre Company What: Dance Theatre When: 15 – 18 March Where: Festival Theatre, Adelaide Festival Centre More ticket information on Adelaide Festival website To my embarrassment, I was first introduced to the iconic Bangarra Dance Theatre through the award-winning documentary Firestarter: The Story of Bangarra in 2020. If you haven’t seen it yet, please do soon – it’s as deeply … Continue reading Adelaide Festival 2022: Wudjang: Not the Past

Adelaide Fringe 2022: Does it Please You? The Final Saga

Who: Too Dumb Blondes When: 12 Mar – 20 Mar Where: The Studio, Holden Street Theatres How much: $20, more info here Does It Please You? challenges the Fringe form, bringing variety to the stage. Written by Taylor Nobes, who also starred in the piece as the central character, this show portrays stories of autobiographical significance. It combines acting, monologues, emotional songs, and various dance … Continue reading Adelaide Fringe 2022: Does it Please You? The Final Saga

Adelaide Fringe 2022: No Hat, No Play! The Cabaret

Who: Mel & Sam What: Comedy Cabaret When: 11 Mar – 14 Mar 7:20pm Where: The Bally at Gluttony How much: $30, more info here Bringing back all the primary school drama, Mel O’Brien and Samantha Andrew evoke Year 6 realness with No Hat, No Play! The Cabaret. From the snap-on clips to the almighty Smash water bottle with the twist lid, the mems came … Continue reading Adelaide Fringe 2022: No Hat, No Play! The Cabaret

Adelaide Festival Review: Sex and Death_and the Internet

Who: Samara Hersch Where: University of Adelaide When: until 20 March Tickets: here There are lots of games doing the rounds that give players an opportunity to have a deep conversation. Between Flex Mami’s series of REFLEX games and We’re Not Really Strangers, the market is full of prompts to help us connect better with each other. However, we usually do this with groups of … Continue reading Adelaide Festival Review: Sex and Death_and the Internet

Adelaide Festival 2022: Watershed: The Death of Dr Duncan

Who: Composed by Joseph Twist with a libretto by Alana Valentine and Christos Tsiolkas, featuring the Adelaide Chamber Singers. What: Operatic oratorio When: Last show tonight, 8 March at 7pm Where: Dunstan Playhouse, Adelaide Festival Centre. More details on the Adelaide Festival website. If you’re like me, and you’re an Adelaidean who went to the University of Adelaide, you’ve likely heard of Dr Duncan and … Continue reading Adelaide Festival 2022: Watershed: The Death of Dr Duncan