January 26-30, 2016 - The Angel of Death - Death is just the beginning... Feb 12-20 - The Road That Wasn't There - a girl followed a map off the edge of the world... Feb 12-20 - The Bookbinder - 'They say you can get lost in a good book. But it's worse to get lost in a bad one.' Feb 15-20 - The Immigration Lottery - a very lost woman tries to find her identity. Six more:
January 27, 2016, 9pm-4am at Sugar, 274 Rundle St. "LINE UP OUT! TURN UP EARLY FOR A TREAT AT OPEN - JESUS RETURNS, AND THIS TIME HE'S BROUGHT BACKUP. WHO? JESUS & JOHN (Troy & Anth); MR. JOHN; WHISKERS; and GRIFF." The Mixed Tape - Every Wednesday at Sugar.
Beginning February 5, 2016 Every Tuesday + Friday, 10:45am plus Sunday, 4pm: Seniors on Screen 2016 - see the 27-film line-up at their website. The Mercury plays host to a vast array of Film Festivals from around the globe as well as ones made up on the spot. Some are regulars, some are one-offs but always worth keeping an eye on! Not to mention the opening night parties…
February 11 - March 14, 2016, Rundle Park, East Terrace. Australia’s most vibrant and dynamic outdoor festival precinct returns after a stellar 2015 season. See facebook page and website below:
February 12 - March 14, 2016. Festival of comedy, cabaret, theatre and a host of shows by rising and established performers. Each Fringe over 300 independent venues open their doors to performing and art & design events - traditional theatres, pubs, churches, vacant buildings, offices, and even the occasional bus!
February 26 - March 14, 2016. Writers Week 2016 - latest in 55 years of outstanding presentations of internationally acclaimed theatre productions; eclectic world-class music performances, dance, renowned writers and striking visual arts displays during the warm days and starry nights of March.
November 12, 2016 (TBC) Saturday LGBTQ Pride march departs from Victoria Square at 6:30pm, down Gouger, right on Morphett, past Light Square, left on Hindley.
November, 2016 (TBC). The Adelaide Queer Cultural Festival. A curated arts festival for the lesbian and gay community, bringing performers from all over the world with theater, cabaret, comedy, film, forums, literature, dance, visual arts, tourism, sports, and other events. Also Pride March. forums, tours, community events, Picnic-in-the-Park. Events at venues throughout South Australia.
October, 2017. Biennial event - Australia’s premier film event launching new films, art and interactive projects to national and international audiences. This year unlocking the vault for a few hand-picked cinematic treats for ADL Film Fest 2017. Previous years line-up included films from 49 countries, 64 Australian premieres, 23 world premieres and over 47,000 patrons.