UR kind of cafe
Tucked comfortably in a pocket on the cosmopolitan Melbourne Street, North Adelaide, is a cafe, but not just any cafe. From the exterior, UR cafe boasts confidence and personality. You are immediately drawn to its thick red double doors, black and white artwork, and inviting open plate windows. Once you step inside onto the vinyl floorboards, you are instantly smitten by its charm and character –...
A Small Art Factory Holds Big Surprises
Sculptor Anna Small doesn’t have to travel far to get inspiration – it’s right there in her backyard on the Fleurieu Peninsula. Anna and her husband Warren Pickering design and create laser-cut metal sculptures derived from the natural environment. From small pieces such as garden stakes and wall hangings, through to larger steel pieces, Anna’s work is created with love and evokes feelings of...
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Please go to www.theatrebugs.com.au to book and not the trybooking website PETER COMBE 30 Years making kids happy and no sign of slowing down! If you’ve never washed your face with orange juice or belly-flopped on a pizza where have you been? Peter Combe’s songs have infected our language just like those of Cold Chisel or Powderfinger. Now you can relive those memories or create new ones at...