September 12, 2019
What's On

What’s on: Fleurieu, fashion, food and fun

Get out and about this weekend with Fleurieu Festival of Nature, Victor Harbor Rock ‘n’ Roll Festival and a new performance from Australian Dance Theatre.

Explore and discover

Make your way to the Fleurieu coast from September 14 to 22 for the Festival of Nature. There are activities for everyone, from guided hikes, snorkelling and kayak tours, to art workshops and food and beer events.


What’s on trend

Woolcock Reynella is extending an invitation to view their spring/summer collection, from September 12 to 17, excluding Sunday. Each parade includes morning tea; RSVP to book a place.

Details: 8381 2533

SA Food Icons

Frewville Foodland will be celebrating South Australian food icons this Sunday, September 15, with an in-store event from 11am to 3pm. Simon Bryant will be holding cooking demonstrations in the car park, while a series of pop-up experiences hosted by featured local producers will be located throughout the store. Featured local producers will include Beerenberg Family Farm, Oh Honey, Barossa Fine Foods, Bickfords, Utonic kombucha, Tweedvale Milk and Golden North Ice Cream.

Going cruisin’

The Victor Harbor Rock ‘n’ Roll Festival takes to the streets on September 13 to 15, with live rock and roll bands, hundreds of classic cars, dancing in the streets, market stalls and evening events. Hot rods and muscle cars will line the town’s streets and a stage will be set up on Warland Reserve with entertainment at night.


September 11 to 14
Dunstan Playhouse

Australian Dance Theatre presents a collaboration between two legendary contemporary composers in a premiere influenced by the polar regions of
our planet.

Click here for more information and to read a full preview of the performance.




Orchestra works its magic

The Adelaide Symphony Orchestra will perform the entire score of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire live as the film plays on a large, high-definition screen at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre on Saturday, September 14. In the fourth instalment of the ASO’s popular live performances of the Harry Potter films, conductor Joshua Tan leads the orchestra in a soaring rendition of Patrick Doyle’s score. When Harry’s name emerges from the Goblet of Fire, he becomes a competitor in a gruelling battle for glory between three wizarding schools — the Triwizard Tournament.


Stage adventure

At Space Theatre from September 12 to 20, Windmill Theatre presents Girl Asleep — the play that went on to become an award-winning film. Frozen in the spotlight of her 15th birthday, things go from bad to worse for Greta Driscoll when a stranger arrives, propelling her into a parallel world of mayhem and adventure. For ages 14 and up, Girl Asleep comes back to the South Australian stage for the first time since its debut in 2014.



Straight from the sea

The Adelaide Central Market will host Seafood + Sounds on September 13 and 14, with free cooking demonstrations, live music and the return of last year’s sold-out Chilli Crab Shack. Try some seafood chowder, watch some live oyster shucking and if you’re inspired to cook at home, there will be daily seafood specials. Live bands will entertain crowds with jazz music.


Make it to the market

Norwood Place Market Day is on again on Saturday, September 14, from 11am until 2pm. The fashion and lifestyle market features free entertainment for the family, with stalls, giveaways, live music, a photo booth, craft and face painting. There will be tastings and special offers across the traders.


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