Expressions Media and House of Spaghetti

Renew Adelaide is continuing it’s campaign to bring new life to our city streets. We last covered the Renew Adelaide project with The Flourish Project and the SA Government are moving forward with their revitalisation of Hutt St with two brand new tenants in the old NAB site on 134 Hutt St. This site has…

Aladdin The Musical

With so many shows doing their Australian tour and skipping Adelaide the wishes of Adelaide came true when it was announced the stage spectacular of Disney’s Aladdin would be coming to our little city. When were invited along to the opening night at the Adelaide Festival Centre on Sunday my expectations were as high as…

Gathered Design Market – Eat + Drink

On a chilly drizzling Saturday morning in March, Adelaide Food Central was invited to Gathered Design Market (Gathered SA) at The Queens Theatre. It was perfect market weather to enjoy food, drink, stalls, workshops and live music from South Australian makers and creators. Shop for a range of gifts and treats including homewares, candles, flowers,…

Holey Moley – Nine New Hole Launch

Holey Moley’s first Adelaide iteration launched for the first time back in 2017 and has now got its first refresh with nine brand new holes added, replacing one of its old courses. The nine new holes include: Jaws-themed ‘Gone Fishin’, Operation-themed ‘Zappy As Larry’, Flintstones-themed ‘Bedrock ‘N’ Roll’, ET-themed ‘The Moon and Pars’, moolah-themed ‘Makin’…

Adelaide Fringe 2019 – Stephen K Amos – The Story So Far

Concluding Adelaide’s bustling Fringe season, British stand up comedian Stephen K Amos graced the Arts theatre stage last Thursday with his new show, The Story So Far. Combining his knowledge of world issues with a personal account of his past tribulations made for an hour of captivating entertainment. Beginning the show with a jovial tone,…

Adelaide Fringe 2019 – Rouge

Rouge is back to claim its throne as the Queen of the Circus and Physical theatre realm. After winning Best Circus and Physical theatre at last year’s Fringe, Rouge has come back for a second serving. For everyone who didn’t see this show last year, this is your chance. I would easily recommend this show…

Adelaide Fringe 2019 – Music with Motion

Since the dawn of civilisation music has been held up as a pillar of modern society. Through every era and age the greatest and most accomplished performers are always heralded with grandeur and laurels. Even in the present-day pop icons are cultural powerhouses. The effects of music on the world cannot be denied. What has…

Adelaide Fringe 2019 – Werewolves

I’ll be honest. I’m a huge fan of board games. I’m currently in the process of building my 2nd Kallax Ikea shelf to store them. So, when I heard there was a Fringe show that was doing games of Werewolf, I signed up immediately. Werewolf, or Ultimate Werewolf, or One Night Werewolf, or Mafia, or…

Adelaide Fringe 2019 – Best of British

The British have long been known for their unique and bizarre comedy stylings. For years some of the best comedians the world has know have come out of the British laugh factory. We may be a long way away from Greenwich mean time, but it doesn’t mean we can’t experience the land of tea and…