Riding the crimson wave. Having a visit from Aunt Flo. Shark Week. The Red Wedding. There's a million and one different code names for it, not to mention a million and one different feminine hygiene products out there on the market. But there's one brand spanking new company that stands out from the crowd: TABOO. On Thursday 22 August, Isobel and Eloise were finally able to officially launch their conscientious company and share their important message with not only all their family, friends, loved ones and the broader Adelaide community - but also with the rest of the world.
Bottomless pizza parties are all the rage right now, and it's no wonder why - who can refuse unlimited helpings of their favourite carb-filled slices of triangle-shaped perfection? In celebration of their fourth birthday, Crust Pizza in West Lakes recently held their first ever All You Can Eat Pizza Party, reeling in pizza lovers from near and far to pack a full house.
Why is it that when we think of the piano it is always men that are at the forefront? Emma Knights tackles this question head-on and challenges our perceptions of pianists in her latest stage show to hit the Adelaide Cabaret Festival, The Piano Men.
South Australia's History Festival has officially kicked off, and what better way to celebrate than with a Cluedo-themed murder mystery at a real-life castle in the Adelaide Hills! Murder and Music Mystery: Murder at The Manor took over The Manor Basket Range for an exclusive one-night-only performance on Monday 6 May, offering guests a glimpse into the ethereal heritage building.
Welcome to 'The Fringe Files': what will be an annual series recapping all of the shows I saw and reviews I wrote for the Adelaide Fringe Festival. Keep on reading to take a peek behind the curtain and get an inside look into the 2019 Fringe that was.
It's never too hot for a party when there's wine involved, and revellers certainly didn't get beat by the heat at this year's third annual Day Dance Festival held on Saturday 2 March. Nestled in the heart of McLaren Vale, Simon Hackett Wines was once again transformed into an outdoor concert complete with pumping dance floor as festival goers flocked to "wine country" to reign in the start of "Mad March".
Amongst the overwhelming sea of circus acts and acrobats of the Adelaide Fringe lies the hidden gem that is ELSKA, a uniquely talented singer-songwriter who is also a modern-day harpist (yes, you heard correctly!) After a whirlwind 18 months of management deals and EP recordings, ELSKA has brought her breakout show known as The Heart + Harp Tour to the Adelaide Fringe, gracing the stages of Port Adelaide’s MixedCreative and The Mill in the CBD.
Boasting the motto "your annual summer wine escape", RnB Vine Days proved to be exactly that as they transformed the lush lawns of McLaren Vale's Leconfield Wines into an outdoor RnB concert. After a successful RnB Fridays tour where the Adelaide leg was held at the Adelaide Showgrounds, Hit107 put a wine-inspired twist on the festival by bringing the RnB beats into the vineyards.
There was no more "fear of missing out" for the 10,000 revellers who attended FOMO Festival on the banks of the River Torrens at Adelaide's Elder Park on Sunday 6 January.Read on ahead for an in-depth guide on all the snacks and bevvies that were on offer at this year's FOMO Festival.