Patch Theatre Company is internationally recognised as a small dynamic professional theatre company specialising in quality live performance experiences for children four to eight years of age. Patch presents a diverse repertoire of theatre productions that celebrate the experience of childhood, the joys of play and the whims of imagination.
The Penola Coonawarra Arts Festival, now in its 20th year, has grown to become Australia's leading regional arts festival. The festival celebrates the literary and arts heritage of Penola, the fine wines of Coonawarra and our premium regional produce. Thank you for joining us from May 17-27, 2012. Ticket sales for the major performances are via the Penola Coonawarra Visitor Information Centre, telephone +61 8 8737 2855. Tickets will go on sale Friday, April 6th, 2012.
Pepper Street Arts Centre is a community arts facility run as a cultural initiative of The City of Burnside. It includes an excellent gallery, retail shop, coffee shop and a space for art and craft. Enquiries are welcome from artists, teachers and students for exhibitions, sales and workshop programmes. The centre is open Tuesday to Saturday, 12 noon to 5pm, exc public holidays, Easter Saturday and early January.
The Performing Arts Collection documents, preserves, exhibits and researches South Australia's rich performing arts history. Available for research by appointment, and a program of changing displays in Festival Theatre foyer for visitors, theatre audiences, schools and general public can be viewed when the theatres are open.
Opening Hours :Monday-Friday: 9.00 am to 4.00 pm Saturday: 9.00 am to 12 noon Closed: from 12-1 pm during school holidays
- Large print books
- Compact Discs, DVD's & Videos
- Reservation and inter-library loan service
- Non-English language books
- Toddlers Toy box
- Holiday activities
- Books for all ages
- Free Internet access
- Computer facilities
- Public videoconferencing facilities
- Magazines and newspapers
- Hear-a-books (Cassette books)
The Playing Australia program provides funding support to assist the touring of performing arts across state and territory boundaries, where it is otherwise not commercially viable and there is a demonstrated public demand. Regional and remote touring is a priority and may include the touring of regional productions across borders.
PlayWriting Australia is the peak national body working with Australian playwrights and the theatre industry to develop and promote great new writing for theatre. From grassroots outreach to major national festivals, PlayWriting Australia works to see more Australian stories told on our stages.
The City of Port Adelaide Enfield operates five libraries to serve a population of approximately 110,000 residing throughout the area of over 97 square kilometres. The libraries are located at Greenacres, Enfield, Angle Park (The Parks), Port Adelaide and Semaphore. Three of the libraries (Enfield, Greenacres and The Parks) are integrated regional offices served by specially trained library staff.