Adelaide Show Day Info
29 January 2010
Adelaide Festival has now SOLD OUT! If you're one of the lucky ones who got a ticket, here's some helpful info to make your day even smoother at Adelaide Laneway:
* Gates open at 2 pm enter via North Terrace.
* Fowler's Live is situated next to the City West Tram stop and just 2 minutes walk from Adelaide Railway Station and two Go Zone Bus Stops.
* Hindley Street managed taxi rank is nearby so its easy and safe to get there and home without parking hassles.
* There will be two EFTPOS sites at the bars but bring cash for food, markets and merchandise.
* Catering being provided by O'Loughlins Baked Potatoes, Caos Cafe and Coffee Express.
* There will be plenty of shade on site but remember to be sunsmart - free sunscreen is available.
* Lost Property and Cloakroom Desk and free earplugs are amongst the many other services to ensure you're looked after on the day.
* The Cinema will be in operation on the day, showing:
|2:30||We're Livin' on Dog Food|
|4:30||The Devil and Daniel Johnston|
|8:30||We're Livin' on Dog Food|
|10:30||The Devil and Daniel Johnston|
Dir: Richard Lowenstein Australia 2009 94 mins
Charting a who's who of Melbourne's underground music scene of 1977 - 1981, including Rowland S. Howard, The Primitive Calculators, Ollie Olsen, Phillip Brophy and many others who proffer their recollections and air their animosities in a tribute to those seminal times. The Crystal Ballroom, the little bands, The Boys Next Door, the drugs, the fashions, the influences, the philosophies, the venues and the legacy of the times are all covered, along with never before seen interviews with Michael Hutchence on the set of the feature film, 'Dogs in Space'.
Dir: Jeff Feuerzeig US 2005 110min
The Devil and Daniel Johnston is a stunning portrait of a musical and artistic genius who nearly slipped away, exquisitely depicting a perfect example of brilliance and madness going hand in hand. As an artist suffering from manic depression with delusions of grandeur, Daniel Johnston's wild fluctuations, numerous downward spirals, and periodic respites are exposed in this deeply moving documentary.
Dir: George Tillman Jr. US 2009 122mins
This is the story of Christopher Wallace who, through raw talent and sheer determination, transforms himself from a Brooklyn street hustler to become one of the greatest rappers of all time, The Notorious B.I.G. Charting his meteoric rise to fame and his refusal to succumb to expectation, Notorious challenges us all to redefine our notion of what makes "The American Dream".