Celebrating Young Filmmakers at the Adelaide International Youth Film Festival

Presented by Fresh International, the Adelaide International Youth Film Festival is a hugely significant event and a wonderful jumping off point for young creators. This year’s festival included a sweet mix of features and shorts that addressed diverse topics from aging to children’s first confrontations with loss and death. Standouts included a black comedy of … Read more

Enjoying Movies Under the Stars in Adelaide

Whether you’re enjoying your favourite film under the stars at a park or in your own backyard, outdoor cinema nights can be fun for the whole family. There are a few things to remember though before you start setting up the big screen and inviting your guests. From rom-coms perfect for Galentine’s Day to junky … Read more

Striking the Right Chords at the Adelaide Guitar Festival

A proud celebration of Adelaide’s UNESCO City of Music, the carefully curated 2023 Guitar Festival program spans across a wide range of styles. Classical guitarist Slava Grigoryan combines his renowned ensemble, MGQ with a cellist to perform an intimate and moving programme of admired classical works. Other highlights include Australian folk sister duo Charm of … Read more

Adelaide Festival Centre – A Cultural Hub in the Heart of the City

Located in the heart of Adelaide on the Torrens Riverbank, Adelaide Festival Centre is a cultural hub for theatre, dance and music performances. It runs major festivals such as Adelaide Cabaret Festival, OzAsia and DreamBIG Children’s Festival. The complex is home to four theatrical venues including the Festival Theatre and Dunstan Playhouse and a gallery … Read more

Multicultural Festivals in Adelaide

Celebrate diversity with over 70 community groups showcasing over 50 cultures in a day of cultural music, dance and food. It’s a COVID safe event with something for everyone. Free and affordable events are a staple for many of Adelaide’s festivals. Writers’ Week and WOMADelaide both offer equity pricing and transport subsidies, Adelaide Fringe has … Read more

Adelaide’s Cinemas For Every Film Lover

A film critic recently compared blockbusters to arthouse films, noting that the former is more geared towards linear storytelling and mainstream entertainment. However, that doesn’t mean blockbusters aren’t art. In fact, they are. Kirsty Stark, the director of Adelaide’s Mercury Cinema, unveiled a new subscription model for her independent film hub in June. The insanely … Read more

Let the Music Play in Adelaide This Spring

South Australia’s ‘City of Churches’ isn’t just known for its food and wine, but also its incredible events and festivals. Whether you’re an art, music or film fan, there are plenty of epic shows to be seen this spring! Let the Music Play will be a celebration of classic Valley shenanigans with Northeast Party House, … Read more

Strumming Along in Style at the Adelaide International Guitar Festival

The Adelaide International Guitar Festival is celebrating the world’s most played instrument with performances at iconic venues. It fosters cultural exchange through the sharing of musical traditions and styles. This year’s line-up includes classical guitar virtuoso Slava Grigoryan, indie folk sister duo Charm of Finches, cosmic country queen Freya Josephine Hollick, blues performers Jimmybay and … Read more