June 27, 2024
What's On

The Australian Ballet and No Strings fundraiser

This weekend, make your way to Whyalla for the Australian Ballet or head to Adelaide Town Hall for the "queen of bosa nova".

Photograph Lindsay Moller

Pirouetting around SA

The Australian Ballet will be pirouetting its way to Whyalla this weekend with its performance The Sleeping Beauty Act II and works. The world-class ballet will be performing a montage of beloved classics and contemporary pieces, including Circle Electric: Prologue from Australian Ballet’s resident choreographer Stephanie Lake. This performance takes place at the Middleback Arts Centre on Saturday, June 29.

Teaching new tricks

They say you can’t teach an old dog new tricks, but it’s never too late to learn a new skill. Libraries SA will be encouraging South Australians to try something new this July at their Firstival festival. Ferment your first food, make your first beeswax wrap, or speak your first Ngarrindjeri word. Check out hundreds of beginner-friendly events at libraries across the state.

No Strings heart-warming fundraiser

No Strings Attached Theatre of Disability hosts its annual heart-warming fundraiser, Winter Wonderland, at Woodville Town Hall this Saturday, June 29. The Winter Wonderland fundraiser will feature entertainment and performances, as well as raffles, a silent auction and a wine wall. All the money raised will go towards supporting the ongoing work of No Strings as they continue to push boundaries and inspire audiences.

The queen of bosa nova

Internationally renowned Japanese-Brazilian bosa nova singer Lisa Ono makes her way to Adelaide this Sunday to celebrate her 35th anniversary as the “queen of bosa nova”. The evening concert will see Lisa and her band perform all her greatest hits, including ‘Que Sera Sera’, ‘Moon River’, ‘When You Wish Upon a Star’ and ‘Besame Mucho’. This performance takes place at Adelaide Town Hall at 6pm.

Calisthenics takes centre stage

Prepare to be amazed as the Australian Calisthenics Theatre Company brings its dazzling show, A Symphony, to the Festival Theatre on June 29 and 30. Watch as 63 callisthenics dancers combine athleticism and artistry to perform handstands, L-Sits and swing clubs. This extravaganza features much-loved television actor and singer Tim Campbell, while performers will be accompanied by a live orchestra led by the internationally renowned entertainer Kym Purling.

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