Located just two minutes from the CBD, the award winning Adelaide Entertainment Centre has played host to the world's best entertainers. The AEC is a multi-purpose complex offering a range of spaces for capacities from 20 to 12 000 patrons. Whether your requirement is for a banquet, exhibition, concert attraction or meeting you can be assured of the attention to detail and excellence in service.
The Adelaide Festival Centre is South Australia's major performing arts organisation and facility with over 5000 theatre seats under its stewardship. As well as managing the theatres and environs of the complex, the Centre produces, presents and hosts a diverse range of arts activities, performances and events for the community. The Centre runs a range of businesses including the internationally regarded Set Construction Workshops and BASS, South Australia's major specialist entertainment ticketing agency.
The Adelaide Cabaret Festival is an annual festival commencing on the Queen’s Birthday long weekend each June. Now in its 16th year and the biggest festival of its kind, Adelaide Festival Centre's Adelaide Cabaret Festival has become a major event in the international and Australian arts calendar. The Festival has garnered a reputation of highlighting the best local, national and international artists through an eclectic program of classic and contemporary cabaret performances.
The Adelaide Festival is one of the world's great arts events.
Since our audience discovered our first event one misty morning in 1999, The Adelaide Festival of Ideas has forged the path for ideas festivals in Australia and internationally. Our purpose is to celebrate the life of the mind, particularly the public value of ideas, thinking and innovation as foundations of civil society, an informed democracy and a robust economy.
If cinema is the art form of the 20th Century what will the 21st Century bring? The Adelaide Film Festival celebrates THE SCREEN, with our core cinema program surrounded by the art that has evolved out of and alongside cinema. The AFF explores contemporary screen culture from Australia and across the globe with a unique program of screenings, special events and far reaching forum sessions, incorporating feature film, documentary, shorts, animation, music video, on line and new media screenings, computer gaming, installation and exhibitions.
The next Adelaide Fringe runs from 16 February – 18 March 2018 Adelaide Fringe is an annual open-access arts festival run over four weeks in Adelaide, South Australia during February and March. Unlike a curated festival, the open-access nature of Adelaide Fringe means that anyone with a show, exhibition or cultural event is able to register and be part of Australia’s largest arts event. The result is one of the most diverse arts festivals in the world, renowned for fresh ideas, spontaneity and fun.
The Adelaide Harmony Choir is a community choir of approx. 100 members, featuring soprano, alto, tenor, bass, singing oratorio, the classical repertoire and prom style concerts every year.
The Adelaide Hills community has ‘one stop” access to Library and Council Services co-located at Stirling, Woodside and Gumeracha Libraries. The Mobile Library visits townships and schools across the Council area and a 'home service' van delivers to residents unable to travel to their nearest library. Opening hours: Community Centre with self-service Library Services when Library staff are not available.
The Adelaide Hills community has ‘one stop” access to Library and Council Services co-located at Stirling, Woodside and Gumeracha Libraries. The Mobile Library visits townships and schools across the Council area and a 'home service' van delivers to residents unable to travel to their nearest library. Opening hours: