Coombs + Co

We were very delighted to have experienced the official opening launch of Coombs + Co by Renew Adelaide last weekend. Located right in the middle of the busiest part of Rundle Street, we weren’t expecting something so extraordinary as what Peter Coombs the Designer, Jeweller and Metalsmith had to offer. He began his journey around…

202 Collective Boutique

Showcasing their designs in the flashest store in Rundle Mall, 202 Collective Boutique, who believes in slow fashion has collaborated with a few other designers such as Shayne Brook the Label, Dark Thorn the Clothing and the very enticing swimwear by Mara Swimwear Australia, to bring out the most elegant outfit for everyday lifestyle. Be…

Biomorphik X Future Health Fitness

Non-for-profit organisation, Renew Adelaide have done it again – helping start-up businesses achieve their goals by providing rent-free office and shop spaces to aid in the dream-making process. Biomorphik and Future Health Fitness are just some of those lucky businesses, launching their apparel and fitness technology brand last week on September 5. Conveniently located above…

TABOO

Attention menstruation-havers and friends of menstruation-havers (so everyone), Adelaide based social enterprise TABOO have officially launched their 100% organic cotton sanitary products. If your familiar with social enterprises, you’d know that means this organisation uses their business to make a positive social impact. For TABOO their mission is to ensure disadvantaged people living overseas and…

Superstar: The Carpenters Story

Vocal powerhouse Charmaine Jones and renowned musician Chong Lim AM have joined forces to relive the Carpenter duo’s greatest hits. Accompanied by choral groups of all ages from Gospo Enterprises, this performance is nothing short of stunning. Superstar, ‘The Carpenter Story’ opens with a dazzling performance by Chong on the piano, joined shortly after by…

Cabaret Fringe Festival 2019 – Tash York: Adulting

The ubertalented Tash York is performing her sold out show Adulting at Masonic Lounge for the Adelaide Cabaret Fringe Festival. With a wine in hand, Tash’s wears a red bandana in her big hair and, what are affectionately known as, hoe earrings. Tash makes us all feel a bit better about not mastering being an…

Cabaret Fringe Festival 2019 – Petty Bitches

Petty bitches Boo Dwyer and Tash York will praise and elevate your pettiness at Petty Bitches as a part of the Adelaide Cabaret Fringe Festival. Petty Bitches is a conference directing you how to be a pettier person everyday with your loved ones, colleagues and strangers. The conference format show takes advantage of business acronyms…

Cabaret Fringe Festival 2019 – Cabaret Collective

Cabaret isn’t just entertaining, it’s a healthy, social and confidence building activity. The lovely ladies at Choo La La live by this ideal, that cabaret and burlesque can be an expression of freedom and self-love. Having expanded their classes across Adelaide and the country Choo La La has become a symbol for ladies everywhere to…

Cabaret Fringe Festival 2019 – Just Desserts

Sweet, sexy and delicious. These are all appropriate words to describe Michelle Pearson and her show, Just Desserts. Coming off the back of an award-winning performance at the Adelaide Fringe, Michelle, a stunning vocalist who runs a catering and event management business, has found a way to merge her love of sugary sweets and sultry…

Cabaret Fringe Festival 2019 – Friendly Feminism for the Mild Mannered

The debut cabaret from Adelaide-based performer Millicent Sarre educates and entertains on the subject of feminism with a guiding hand. The original score and personal stories invite feminists, at any level, to consider their relationship to feminism and for skeptics to look deeper at equality concerns. While it would be impossible to cover the history…