Looking back, it seems I spent an unnecessary amount of time in my teenage years hunched over my tape deck, two fingers poised over the ‘Play’ and ‘Record’ buttons, waiting for my latest musical obsession to hit the airwaves.
SA Film Corp chair Peter Hanlon will walk away from the board to pursue a business partnership with city-based arts and entertainment hub Light Adelaide.
Nicolas Cage returns to his comfort zone – Batshit Crazy – in a blood-and-goo-soaked Lovecraft adaptation that hails the unlikely Second Coming of forgotten director Richard Stanley.
A major new industry hub billed as a Lot Fourteen “regional satellite” is the centrepiece of a new plan that would also save the ailing Hopgood Theatre from closure, with local authorities seeking backing from the Marshall Government for the $22 million project.
EXCLUSIVE | The leaders of South Australia’s major performing arts companies have collectively demanded a rewrite of their commercial agreements with the Adelaide Festival Centre, highlighting “significant tensions” arising from its “virtual power of monopoly in relation to quality venues in Adelaide”.
The State Theatre’s new administration has further distanced itself from a proposal to quit the Adelaide Festival Centre, despite the Company describing the facility as not “fit for purpose” in a recent submission to Infrastructure SA.