What: Groovin’ the MooWhen: Friday 26th April 2019Where: Wayville ShowgroundsCost: $129.95Tickets here Groovin’ the Moo is coming in hot and the line-up is filled with artists that have been releasing amazing music. This year we have some big names headlining the festival, with quite a few Hottest 100 alumni bulking out the list of impressive folks coming. If you’re overwhelmed and don’t know where to … Continue reading Getting groovy at GTM2019
What: WOMADelaide Festival Who: WOMADelaide Foundation When: 8 – 11 March 2019 Where: Botanic Park, Adelaide Cost: See website for various ticket options Allow me just to preface that this list is in no particular order. I could not bring myself to rank these worthy experiences. Which, when encompassed together create a well-rounded and complete WOMADelaide festival! MUSIC Christine & the Queens Friday 10:20pm // … Continue reading 2019 WOMADelaide Festival: TOP PICKS
Who: Penny Arcade (aka Susana Ventura) Where: RCC Fringe, Scott Theatre When: 15th – 23rd Feb Cost: Tickets starting at $20 (see website for details and purchasing) Warning: strobe lights, smoke machine, strong language, sexual content, nudity I didn’t really do much research before going to see this show, but, helpfully, as you enter the room for this show, erotic dancers perform on stage and … Continue reading 2019 Fringe Festival Review: Penny Arcade: B*tch! D*ke! F*ghag! Wh*re!
On her most recent EP, Why Don’t You Just, Tasmanian-turned-Adelaide singer-songwriter Bec Stevens weaves a powerful yet heartfelt sonic space with her talent for lyrical depth and directness to create a six-song meditation on grief, loss, and belonging. Full disclosure, I’ve been evangelising about Stevens for years now. I think she’s quietly but consistently one of the most passionate and captivating voices in Australian music, … Continue reading Review: Bec Stevens ‘Why Don’t You Just’
While it’s more common today to watch theatre indoors, the tradition of outdoor playgoing is far older, dating back to the Ancient Greek theatron. William Shakespeare’s plays at the Globe were themselves performed in a roofless theatre exposed to the elements. The University of Adelaide’s Theatre Guild returns to this open-air setting, moving into the evening air for its upcoming production of Shakespeare’s As You … Continue reading Summer of Love: The University of Adelaide Theatre Guild’s open-air production of As You Like It
What: The Ballad of Buster Scruggs (dir. Joel and Ethan Coen) Where: GU Film House Adelaide When: 12 and 18 October 2018 How much: $16-20 (see webpage for details) Let me preface this review by saying that I love the Coens, and am not exactly an objective reviewer (if such a thing is even possible). But I also can recognise that a) not everyone loves … Continue reading Adelaide Film Festival 2018: The Ballad of Buster Scruggs
What: I Used to Be Normal: A Boyband Fangirl Story (Madman Productions) dir. Jessica Leski When: 19th October 7:00PM Where: The GU Film House Adelaide How much: $16 – $20, click here for ticket information It’s not often you encounter a documentary that is almost entirely joyous and makes you beam ear to ear throughout, but I Used to Be Normal: A Boyband Fangirl Story … Continue reading Adelaide Film Festival 2018: I Used to be Normal: A Boyband Fangirl Story