285 – Barossa Helicopters

285 – Barossa Helicopters

In this week’s episode of The Adelaide Show, we go up into the blue skies over vineyards with Billie-Jo Kies from Barossa Helicopters. This week, the SA Drink Of The Week is from Kies Family Wines. And in the Musical Pilgrimage, we have a track from the Samuel...
Lunch With Jenna: ep #51 The Void Screams Back

Lunch With Jenna: ep #51 The Void Screams Back

Lunch With Jenna online theatre episodes are always challenging to watch while at the same time being an important exploration of this new performance medium. Jenna Britten is a middle-aged woman who, after her husband left her, has been undertaking a journey of...
A View From The Bridge

A View From The Bridge

The State Theatre Company’s new production of Arthur Miller’s classic, A View From A Bridge, is a guilty pleasure for theatre goers. A View From The Bridge is a tale told in the intense, claustrophobic style of theatre that forces vibrant characters...
Double Bass

Double Bass

As a solo show, Double Bass at the Bakehouse Theatre is a triumph in pace and orchestration. Adelaide actor and double-bass player Eddie Morrison, fresh from his run in the State Theatre Company of South Australia’s End of the Rainbow, holds our attention for 75...
284 – Steven Oliver in NAIDOC Week

284 – Steven Oliver in NAIDOC Week

In this week’s episode of The Adelaide Show, we will honour NAIDOC Week, which runs from July 7-14 this year. The 2019 theme is Voice. Treaty. Truth. Let’s work together for a shared future, and it acknowledges that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander...
I Forgot To Remember To Forget

I Forgot To Remember To Forget

Director Alirio Zavarce calls this “documentary theatre” but rarely is a documentary imbued with profound, emotive triggers like those in I Forgot To Remember To Forget. This collaborative work by the players of No Strings Attached Theatre Of Disability...
283 – The Balfours Story

283 – The Balfours Story

In this week’s episode of The Adelaide Show, we will explore the story of Balfours, Australia’s oldest bakery with James Askham-Levy – Balfours Brand Manager, and Jan O’Connell, the historian who did all the research for the The Balfours Story This week,...
An Evening with Zoë Coombs Marr

An Evening with Zoë Coombs Marr

An Evening with Zoë Coombs Marr is an ethereal experience. There are strands of stand up, strands of musical interaction, and, possibly, mystical strands of spooky symbolism interwoven together into a deliberately awkward mix of comedy and criticism. Zoë has an...
Nobody Knows My Name

Nobody Knows My Name

Max Savage knows Adelaide and, more importantly, knows how to reflect her in poetry and song. Nobody Knows My Name was a local highlight of the Adelaide Cabaret Festival because, for one of the first times ever, Adelaide was the centre of a show that had universal...
Gunhild Carling

Gunhild Carling

To spend an evening with Gunhild Carling is to loll around on the back porch of the homestead of the music gods while their precocious, loveable daughter plays with her musical toys. Gunhild is a Swedish jazz musician and multi-instrumentalist who gives every ounce of...
Megan Mullally and her band Nancy And Beth

Megan Mullally and her band Nancy And Beth

The Adelaide Cabaret Festival has not only witnessed the first band to ever perform a song about a chair but it has also enjoyed some delightfully playful and utterly professional singing and choreography at the Australian premiere of Nancy And Beth. Megan Mullally...
Unsung

Unsung

Two women walked into a bar … Unsung is a celebrate born of ignorance and prejudice, in which Amelia Ryan and Libby O’Donovan sing and tell the story of Australia’s overlooked and underappreciated female singers of the 1960s. The starting point for this...