AGSA opens their 2020 Biennial ‘Monster Theatres’

The 2020 Adelaide Biennial of Australian art marks 30 years of the festival. Over this period we have been lucky to experience the work of over 400 artists and 20 curators. It’s Australia’s longest running survey of Australian art. In this new show, Monster Theatres, curator Leigh Robb explains that she has had the opportunity to work with living Australian artists to bring monsters to … Continue reading AGSA opens their 2020 Biennial ‘Monster Theatres’

Adelaide Fringe 2020: A Simple Space by Gravity and Other Myths

WHERE: The Octagon at Gluttony WHEN: 20 Feb – 15 Mar DURATION: 60 minutes TICKETS: $30 – $40 buy them here Gravity and Other Myths are no strangers when it comes to the Adelaide Fringe. Chances are you’ve already seen them, or someone you know has recommended them to you. Let this be the review that tips you over the edge and finally pushes you … Continue reading Adelaide Fringe 2020: A Simple Space by Gravity and Other Myths

Adelaide Fringe 2020: The Nights by Henry Naylor

WHERE: The Arch, Holden Street Theatres WHEN: 19 Feb – 15 Mar DURATION: 50 minutes TICKETS: $20 – $28 – buy them here Henry Naylor’s the Nights, exhibits insight to the media frenzy when the story of Shamima Begum broke out – the 15 year old school girl from Bethnal Green, who ran away to become an ISIS jihadi bride and is now seeking to … Continue reading Adelaide Fringe 2020: The Nights by Henry Naylor

Adelaide Fringe 2020: The Choir of Man

Where: The Moa at Gluttony When: 15 Feb – 15 Mar Duration: 80 minutes How much?: $58, concession $35, tickets here The Choir of Man, these guys know how to get you in the mood to sing and dance. They have crafted a familiar and comfortable atmosphere for their audience, transporting you to the centre of a pub, the Jungle. There is free beer on … Continue reading Adelaide Fringe 2020: The Choir of Man

Adelaide Fringe 2020: After Hours Cabaret Club – LOCK IN

What: After Hours Cabaret Club – LOCK IN Where: Wonderland Spiegeltent, Gluttony When: Various dates to 14/3 How much?: $35, concession $27 (The Sat 29 Feb show has Auslan interpretation) I am the Oldest Person in the World, so when I realised that the After Hours Cabaret Club – LOCK IN starts at 10.45 at night, I was trepidatious. I love naked women dancing as … Continue reading Adelaide Fringe 2020: After Hours Cabaret Club – LOCK IN

WOMAD is coming…

In case you can’t tell, we are SO excited about WOMAD. We all know one of the best things about the weekend is flicking from stage to stage, discovering new music as you go. However, that’s not always quite our speed and sometimes you need some guidance. Never fear! We at Collage have compiled a schedule that isn’t too packed, but will provide some guidance … Continue reading WOMAD is coming…

Collage Culture: Best of 2019

As per annual Collage tradition, here are our favourite cultural moments of 2019! Best Film of 2019: Booksmart, directed by Olivia Wilde Booksmart is fun! It’s nice! It’s a coming-of-age story that’s about being (platonically) in love with your friends! It made me cry in a sad way, it made me cry in a happy way, and it made me want to squeeze my friends … Continue reading Collage Culture: Best of 2019

Bowerbird Market is back at it again

Can you believe it’s been 10 years since Bowerbird Market started up?! This November it’s returning to the Adelaide Showgrounds with stores from all of the designers, artists, and creatives that you know and love, plus a bunch of new ones. Kicking off the Christmas season in style, this year there are over 200 stallholders to browse. Of this we are proudly repping 80 South … Continue reading Bowerbird Market is back at it again

Theatre Review: A View From the Bridge

Who: The State Theatre Company of South Australia When: 16th July – 3rd August Where: Dunstan Playhouse The State Theatre Company continue their 2019 season with an Arthur Miller classic, A View from the Bridge. A domestic drama set in 1950s Brooklyn, the play portrays the plight of illegal Italian immigrants, reimagined on a dynamic and evocative set.  What is compelling about A View from the Bridge … Continue reading Theatre Review: A View From the Bridge