The car dropped us off on an uninviting side street in a deserted inner city industrial complex. Above us the fermentation tanks of the now defunct West End brewery dominated the skyline. It was a warm evening, the sinking western sun gifting the ugly buildings a scarcely deserved ephemeral beauty. A narrow line of majestic
Adelaide Fringe first week reviews: Rebel, Jukebox Chorus, A history of early blues, Piaf and Brel, Amanda Palmer.
The music of original artists resounded around Hindmarsh Square in Adelaide’s business district on Thursday lunchtime. This collaboration between Adelaide City Council and Music SA offers up and coming local musicians a platform for their creativity and provides entertainment for city workers. First up for the season, Diamond Skies’ tight harmonies floated over the square