Buried At Sea

Imagine that you’ve been told to resemble a distant relative… But, not just any ordinary relative. Your great, great uncle who fought in and sacrificed his life in Gallipoli. Now, think of digging into the history of his life and ending up intertwined in a frustrating adventure that ends in a satisfying closure-themed play. That’s... Continue Reading →

Boys that can Sing – Pretty Boys

Words by Emily Underwood What do you get when you mix the Russian Mafia with A Capella? An outrageous, dynamic and witty musical story by the name of ‘Pretty Boys’. Fans of A Capella, an energetic music genre that has gained significant popularity in recent years, will be enthralled by this comedy which sees an... Continue Reading →

Confessions of a Piano Chick

Words by Emily Underwood 'Sing us a song, you're the piano chick!!' Becky Blake, a legendary pianist with a penchant for punchy jibes about her job, has delivered a show containing hilarious commentary on the ups and downs of being a performer. Having toured internationally for over 20 years, she is well versed in stories... Continue Reading →

Frankly Winehouse – A Candid Interview

Ashleigh Kreveld had always been fond of Amy Winehouse, so when the international singer sensation unexpectedly passed away at the age of 27, Ashleigh had a vision to keep Amy’s spirit alive through the magic of cabaret. After selling out at the Perth Fringe last year, Ashleigh has taken on a challenge this year by... Continue Reading →

Bay To Birdwood

Recently, Rundle Street was brought to motor-rific life with the display of a number of veteran, vintage, and classic style vehicles that stretched out to the East End corner of Adelaide CBD. What is known as a popular place to meet among friends was turned into a different era representing the 50s and 60s. The... Continue Reading →

Introducing Adelaide’s newest karaoke bar!

The infamous Hindley Street is increasingly becoming home to a number of new bars, clubs and hangout spots, which are slowly revolutionising its rowdy reputation with refreshing new places for town-goers to explore. If you have passed Hindley Street recently, you may have noticed a rather cute and quaint-looking restaurant called Gondola Gondola on the... Continue Reading →

Get your Groovin’ On

Image credit - GTM website The anticipated Adelaide festival Groovin' The Moo (GTM) is here again for another year, and boy are we excited for the line up! With musicians and bands coming to Oakbank, South Australia from all over the country and the world on one of the most patriotic aussie days of the... Continue Reading →

Club 5082 Promoting Young Talent

Words by Jay Garland Images by Nathan Sivewright Photography Times are tough if you’re a small town performer or musician trying to crack into the music industry. Thankfully though, Adelaide’s Prospect Town Hall has started a new project with the simple aim to promote Adelaide music of all kinds. The hall’s friendly, creative and determined... Continue Reading →

The Beards – farewell tour

Words by Fatema Sitabkhan Images by Fatema Sitabkhan and Rip It Up The Beards is a band that was formed in our own little town of Adelaide in 2005 by four local bearded boys. They have traveled all over the world from the UK to Germany, Sweden and Alaska performing songs of the comedy folk genre. Professing... Continue Reading →

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