There is nothing quite like curling up with a good book to while away the hours, allowing the author to guide you through the pages as you lose yourself in the story.
The next generation of Adelaide artists have arrived, and their future looks promising. Continue reading Adelaide, the city of young artists
Many say this generation of young adults are reverting to the ’60s and ’70s in their choice of music, but are we heading back in time with how we party on a Saturday night? Continue reading Is live music in Adelaide dying out?
As budget cuts plague the South Australian arts sector, a community of creative individuals are striving to challenge Adelaide’s perception toward independent theatre through the launch of Rumpus: a brand-new, local theatre collective. Continue reading Local theatre collective causes a rapturous rumpus
We need the artists, they do not need the machinery of the music industry. Continue reading You need me, man, I don’t need you
The future of Adelaide’s Thebarton Theatre has been called into question after a string of State Government announcements suggested its demolition in early July. Continue reading Thebarton Theatre’s future undecided in wake of North-South Corridor road project
The new “risk-based” liquor licensing scheme and police attendance tax for events are being touted as a blatant attack on the nightlife and culture of Adelaide. Continue reading Adelaide’s attack on the arts
When it comes to wine, the Adelaide Hills belongs in the same class as the Barossa Valley and McLaren Vale. Continue reading Hidden gems in the Adelaide Hills
It feels like I only go backwards, baby… Continue reading Adelaide’s music scene is all backwards – and we love it
Spoken-word poetry has made a note-worthy comeback as a performance-based artform in Adelaide on the back of a thriving international scene. Continue reading Recent resurgence sees poetry front of stage in Adelaide’s streets and classrooms