It's become one of the best summer treats on the Adelaide calendar, and the beginning of the new season of Moonlight Cinema showings definitely started with a bang!
Opening festively with the new release, Office Christmas Party, the crowds flocked in for what looks to be a promising line up of screenings until Feb 16th.
As a newbie to the whole outdoor cinema movement, I found myself in a whole new world of film viewing. More compact and accessible than a drive-in theatre- the Botanic Park Moonlight Cinema gives you the excitement of the parklands, but with the comfort of a theatre.
We were slightly dampened, quite literally, by the onset of heavy rain and thunder, however, the vibes at the Moonlight Cinema were super laid back and perfect for balmy summer dates/catch ups/solo film viewing. I'll definitely be back on a much drier night!
To view the full program for the season, head to the Moonlight Cinema website for deets.
The film could’ve very well delolved into the kind of old-man-yells-at-cloud platitudes we hear all the time about technology, but Assayas is a more deft handler of these conversations than most.
Hand In Hand is a cute, colourful, playful piece of quirky circus that the whole family can genuinely enjoy,
Heart-warming, electric, and funny to boot, Build A Rocket is the kind of show that cartwheels around your mind for days to come.
After sexing up bars across New York, Fafi D’Alour and the Delinquents have returned home to steal hearts in their new technical-based dance and cabaret Fringe show.
What happens when pure comedy takes human form? What happens when a creature is created and bred to do stand up? Nobody knows because that isn’t a thing. What is a thing is Ross Noble doing a show. You can come and see. This is it.
If my Instagram feed is anything to go by, Massaoke madness has hit hard in 2019.
Seeing HAIKU HANDS live is like the coolest arts and craft project you’ve ever seen but with nightclub lighting and intoxication.
The Archive of Educated Hearts invites you to sit down, relax, and just listen… So take a break and head on over to Holden Street Theatres.
There’s no need to slip slop slap on the way to this show, no matter how red your hair is.
The thought-provoking Millennial Pink Poppies is one you wish you hadn’t mixed this Fringe Season.