Audience members will be invited to play the role of voyeur in Private View, an Adelaide Festival show highlighting diverse and often hidden experiences of sex, love, romance and desire.
The schedule for the 2024 Adelaide Writers’ Week has been released, with director Louise Adler promising ‘illuminating, inspiring and intriguing conversations’ featuring 194 writers including Booker and Pulitzer prize winners as well as numerous other bestselling authors.
SA arts & culture news in brief: Callout opens for a public artwork at the Queen’s Theatre, Fleurieu Biennale Art Prize returns after extended break, WOMADelaide reveals Planet Talks line-up, new artistic director set to join ACE, and Dog-Eared Readings heads to the Hills.
It was goodbye Light ADL and hello ILA (Immersive, Light & Art) as the West End venue unveiled its new branding and identity this week – alongside the premiere of locally made immersive digital-art film Anomalous.
Nigerian singer and saxophonist Seun Kuti is one of the final four international artists announced for this year’s WOMADelaide and is promising to present a powerful show with the band originally formed by his Afrobeat pioneer father Fela Kuti.
Adelaide arts organisations Restless Dance Theatre and Vitalstatistix are celebrating this week after having their multi-year federal funding reinstated by Creative Australia, but a devastated Slingsby Theatre Company says its long-term future is now uncertain after its application was knocked back.
Adelaide Fringe has launched its 2024 program with more than 1300 shows in 500-plus venues, ranging from an ‘art gallery under the stars’ in the Botanic Garden, to an immersive and cinematic Pink Floyd Experience, special DJ sets of Beatles and Fleetwood Mac remixes, cabaret treats, and the return of circus hit Limbo.