Arts and Cultural Events
We'll show you a good time
The arts have always been a very serious business here in South Australia. Choose from an eclectic array of theatre, music and dance at one of our many world-class theatres and venues. With summer in full swing, South Australia is the place to be for arts enthusiasts.
Come to Adelaide to enjoy the delights of the world-renowned Adelaide Fringe, Adelaide Festival and WOMADelaide. After dark, enjoy alfresco dining in Adelaide’s East End as you soak up the atmosphere of these marvellous events.
What's on now
Audi Festival of German Films
The Audi Festival of German Films brings the best new films from Germany to the world. The Festival will come to the Palace Nova Cinemas in Adelaide from 27 to 31 May. 2015 sees a spectacular collection of films from the robust industry in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Films fall into one of five categories: German Currents, Hot Docs (Documentaries), Kids Kapers, Kraut Pleasers and Our Neighbours.
Kernewek Lowender - Copper Coast Cornish Festival
Kernewek Lowender - Copper Coast Cornish Festival is held in the historic copper mining towns of Kadina, Moonta and Wallaroo on the Yorke Peninsula. The Kernewek Lowender is the world's largest Cornish festival. The festival is packed with a variety of traditional Cornish activities. Enjoy Furry Dancing, art, craft, great food and wine, Cornish pasties and live entertainment. Kernewek Lowender is on from 17 - 24 May.
About Time: South Australia's History Festival
May is the month for history in South Australia. This year About Time: South Australia's History Festival will comprise 470 events held by over 300 organisations throughout the state. There's something stimulating on offer every day. There will be open days, public tours, film screenings, special displays, dances and concerts, walking tours and bus trips - a magical history tour awaits! About Time will be held from 1 to 31 May.
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Fortune or Fake?
Discussion about the painting Grand Canal Venice attributed to Turner.