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

2019 Adelaide International Youth Film Festival Review

Held from the 17th to the 21st of September, the 2019 iteration of the Adelaide International Youth Film Festival was a sweet, fun film festival for young people, featuring an eclectic mix of features and shorts from both local and international filmmakers. The films spanned a range of topics, locations, and tones, but commonalities amongst them included themes of coming of age, the importance of … Continue reading 2019 Adelaide International Youth Film Festival Review

Theatre Review: Jasper Jones

Who: State Theatre Company South Australia What: Jasper Jones (based on the novel by Craig Silvey, adapted by Kate Mulvany) When: On until September 7 Where: Dunstan Playhouse, Adelaide Festival Centre Tickets available on the State Theatre Company website A balmy summer evening in a sleepy outback town in the 60s. Crickets chirp and people chatter and laugh behind the curtains of open windows as … Continue reading Theatre Review: Jasper Jones

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

Theatre Review: Through A Glass Darkly

Who: University of Adelaide Theatre Guild Student Society. Directed by Guy Henderson. What: Through a Glass Darkly (based on the 1961 film written and directed by Ingmar Bergman) When: 11 – 13 July (last show tonight!) Tickets and more information. Where: The Little Theatre, University of Adelaide (North Terrace) At the time of its release, Ingmar Bergman’s psychological drama Through A Glass Darkly (originally Såsom … Continue reading Theatre Review: Through A Glass Darkly

MOD. Hedonism Party: Lunar Boogie

What: Lunar Boogie Who: Presented by Endless Grooves as part of Music SA’s Umbrella: Winter City SoundsWhen: 27th JulyTickets: Here MOD.’s latest interactive exhibition, Hedonism, is all about what feels good, so it makes perfect sense that the museum’s next event is a dance party featuring some of Adelaide’s renowned DJs. To compliment the futuristic backdrop of MOD., Lunar Boogie will present a craftily curated list … Continue reading MOD. Hedonism Party: Lunar Boogie