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Alphabette have been hanging around on the Adelaide scene for just about a year now in various line ups, they’ve finally settled down and are now starting to ramp up a bit of support and make a name for themselves. Ahead of their highly anticipated show at the Grace Emily, two of the band’s four members joined us in the studio – Louise O’Reilly and Dave Resce.
Trash TV is taking over our screens, but the worst of it is… we love it.
It seems we can’t get enough of reality TV, and as we demand more of it, the line between reality and trash has never been more blurred. The Streetcast team came to together to discuss and analyse the latest reality TV phenomenon, Here Comes Honey Boo Boo, and decide if life in the 21st century is worth watching, let alone living.
DC Jackson’s My Romantic History is a rather risqué play being produced by the University of Adelaide Theatre Guild at the moment. It hits the stage tonight in Little Theatre on the university campus. Chris Brunner caught up with director, John Wells earlier in the week…
Instinct is the latest exhibition from Paul Greenaway at the Greenaway Art Gallery in Kent Town. It brings together four Australian artists, all who foster a fascination for the human body and its relationship with sensuality, intimacy and identity.Three of the four artists whose works make up the Instinct exhibition are from interstate. But one, Matt Huppatz, is a local artist whose work steps away from literal interpretations of instinct, creating beautiful works of light and colour.