320 – Let’s talk about weddings

320 – Let’s talk about weddings

In this week’s episode of The Adelaide Show, we are going to the chapel and we’re gonna get married, or rather, we’re going to Woodburn Homestead to talk about weddings. In the Musical Pilgrimage, we have a perfect song by Ben Roberts from Ukulele...
Bent

Bent

You can say one thing about the Nazis; they looked sharp and acted with single minded purpose. And that’s exactly what playwright Martin Sherman has done in writing Bent, and what director Rob Croser has achieved in directing it. Bent is a soul wrenching play...
319 – Kym Purling and all that jazz

319 – Kym Purling and all that jazz

In this week’s episode of The Adelaide Show, we deliver a show with “that swing” as we dive into the world of piano with Kym Purling and all that jazz! The person responsible for connecting us up with Kym, Kari Seeley, helps Steve open the show. And...
Into The Woods

Into The Woods

Into The Woods we went, a series of full-house audiences, to huddle together under tall trees (the trees are only wood) and be transported into the hilariously fractured, Roald Dahl-like, fairytale world created by Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine. And it was worth...
318 – A range of Flinders Ranges stories

318 – A range of Flinders Ranges stories

In this week’s episode of The Adelaide Show, we explore a range of Flinders Ranges stories. Firstly, Brendan, Governess Carmel, and Michelle Reynolds share their story of diversifying their Willow Springs Station property into Skytrek (a 4WD tourism experience)....
317 – Fish, fauna, fun, and facts

317 – Fish, fauna, fun, and facts

In this week’s episode of The Adelaide Show, we are going to explore topics covering fish, fauna, fun, and facts, with two main guests: Joel Howland, creator of the animal-based, card game, Animoz John Marriott, teacher of aquaculture at Urrbrae Agricultural...
A promenade of shorts

A promenade of shorts

A Promenade Of Shorts is a quirky night of plays, perfectly curated to ease us back into theatre-going mode again. Under the auspices of Red Phoenix Theatre and the watchful eye of Michael Eustice and Libby Drake, Holden Street Theatres is currently home to a short...
316 – Life in Port Adelaide

316 – Life in Port Adelaide

In this week’s episode of The Adelaide Show, we are going to Port Adelaide, where echose of Carn The Pear have faded now that the minor premiers are out of Grand Final contention. However, the nature of Port Adelaide is to weather storms. And to plumb the depths...
Another Round

Another Round

Imagine for a moment that we are all born with a 0.05% deficit in our blood alcohol concentration. This theory captures the imagination of our four protagonists in Another Round, and they set out to “investigate” and “report upon” the psycho...
The Truffle Hunters

The Truffle Hunters

There is much to enjoy and delight in with this film, The Truffle Hunters, showing now as part of the Adelaide Film Festival. This classy documentary about the truffle hunters of rural Italy, by Michael Dweck and Gregory Kershaw and snapped up by Sony after receiving...
Grug

Grug

Empathy is alive and Grug by Windmill Theatre Company is proof. In a simply creative 35 minutes, the Windmill cast is able to bring to life the adorable children’s book character by Ted Prior, Grug. With a colourful and textural set, we learn about how Grug came...
315 – Getting KIX on Kangaroo Island

315 – Getting KIX on Kangaroo Island

In this week’s episode of The Adelaide Show, we are going to get our KIX on Kangaroo Island. Steve was there last week and did a 30-minute interview with Blondie and The Geezer. As John from the Radionotes Podcast said, it is a wonderfully loose interview. And a...