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  1. LouLou


    Hi all, I’m a 47 year old single Mum of a 10 year old son. Moved to Adelaide 6 years ago now, currently living in the hills but a move on the cards very soon. Am looking to hopefully forge some new friendships. I’m very young at heart and I love watching live bands and going to music festivals, not quite so enjoyable on your own though especially when the majority of the crowd are 20+ as I say, I’m very young at heart and am a huge fan of most of the music that’s played on triple j. I also love visiting quirky bars and cafes etc, love the beach but also the hills! My son is into skateboarding, scootering and downhill racing! Looking forward to hopefully chatting away to some new people soon ?
  2. Hi All, This summer I met a lovely girl from Adelaide whilst on holiday in the South Of France. We met up again for a few days in London at the end of her tour of Europe and discussed seeing each-other again. I flew to Adelaide in December for Christmas and New Year and had an amazing time. Sparks flew and the girl has booked flights to come to the UK in a few weeks time. Since my trip we speak every day and have discussed if there would be a future. One of us is going to have to move, as we can't be long distance forever. Hopefully after her visit to the UK we will be clearer if one of us is going to take the plunge! I'm just enquiring if anyone knows about Primary Teaching jobs or Music related jobs in Adelaide? 1. Who are the relevant boards I'd have to contact to get my English teaching qualifications validated? 2. What would be the best Visa to apply for and are there any funded Visas? 3. How challenging is it to find teaching jobs in Adelaide area and when is the best time to apply? Thanks for any advice cheers Raphael
  3. Hi all If you are looking for something to do between Xmas & New Year there is a FREE LIVE music event at Old Noarlunga Oval on Saturday 27th December. The event is on between 12pm-8pm and features local bands who are giving their time for free. Bands include Rockfellas, Full Circle and Three Humped Camel. Last year was a great day bringing the local community together via music. See the attached photo for more info. Wishing you all a merry festive season and a happy 2015. Regards. Jo
  4. Yes, johnny Marr, morrisseys right hand man and founding member of the smiths is going to be here on 2nd of february playing at the gov. I, for one, cannot wait!!!:-) $77 per ticket http://www.frontiertouring.com/johnnymarr
  5. Guest


    Decant music. food.atmosphere. join us… Open up and take a breath as we introduce decant – the new monthly social event of the south! Bring your work colleagues and friends to unwind from the week with some of the region’s finest wine and beer, great live music and complimentary nibbles. This month’s Decant will feature: • International award winning wine by McLaren Vale III Associates • Range of Fleurieu beers including McLaren Vale Beer Co, Goodieson Brewery, Swell Brewing Co, Steam Exchange Brewery & Smiling Samoyed • Beer paddles with more than 20 different beers from the region • Fresh, home cooked gourmet pizzas available for purchase • Honest and unique acoustics by songstress Courtney Robb For more information phone 8323 9944 or visit www.onkaparingacity.com/decant Decant will be held on the last Friday of every month at the McLaren Vale & Fleurieu Visitor Information Centre, Main Road, McLaren Vale.
  6. Hey I just moved from England about 2weeks ago, I'm not in school yet and I'm looking for a job, ill do anything really but I'd like to work for a radio station or something, because once I have finished school I'm am going to be DJ, so if anyone could off help as to me getting better at it, please let me know thanks , also I'm currently in henley beach but I can travel
  7. As started by Pablo on PIO ( PIO - Original Thread ) thought it'd be a good one to have on here to! A thread to suggest places to eat/ drink/ socialise/ live music/ good ol' proper pubs... whatever you fancy! Might be good for newbies to find somewhere try or for those who've been in Adelaide for a while to try something new! I'll get it started: Duke of York, Currie St - cheap beer, great atmosphere for after work drinkies and really good and cheap food (3 dollar pizza if memory serves!) Ying Chow, Gouger St - brilliant chinese restaurant - bring a group, order loads and share! The Archer, O'Connell St (North Adelaide) - best beers, excellent cocktails upstairs The Daniel O'Connell, Tynte St (North Adelaide) - best thursday night pub quiz, proper pints of guinness! Griffin's Head, Grenfell St - excellent pub lunch Coopers Alehouse @ The Earl, Pulteney Street - the BIGGEST parmi u will ever see and attempt to conqueor Botanic Bar, North Terrace - fancy cocktail kinda place, best g+t... PJ O'Briens, East Terrace - good ol' irish bar, mind out for the sticky floors! Belgian Beer Cafe, Ebenezer Place - does exactly what it says on the tin - quite pricey and always busy so go early and leave before you empty your wallet! Exeter, Rundle St - good for after work drinks, good music! Goodlife Organic Pizza, Glenelg - AMAZING! Russel's, Willunga - the most amazing pizzas, book WELL in advance and bring an esky with your favourite tipple, enjoy the pizza in the big ol' shed or on a blanket in the garden or in the house if you're very lucky! Worlds End Hotel, Hindley St - great young crowd, awesome beer garden and always a wonky pool table available to while away an evening!
  8. If your love of music involves 50's Rock'n'roll, Motown, Doo Wop, Country and more, and your kids LOVE to have a boogie, then you must come and see our live kids show ELECTRIC LUNCHBOX - LIVE ON STAGE at Gluttony - Excess Theatre, Rymill Park (next to 'The Garden'). TWO shows daily 1.30 & 3.30pm March 10,11,12. Best suits ages 1-10yrs. Fun, loud, great music... "the best thing to happen to contemporary kids music in yonks" - TimeOut Sydney. OUR SPECIAL OFFER If you and any of your children and families would like to be some of the first Adelaide people to see Electric Lunchbox- Live Onstage, we'd like to make you a special offer. Simply mention our secret codeword when you ring Fringe Tix (1300 FRINGE) to purchase your tickets, and you will receive a further $ 2 discount from the door price of $ 15. That means you get to see Australia's hottest new kids' band for only $ 13 !!! Better still, mention the codeword when buying a Family Pass ( 2 x adults, 2 x children) and you will recieve an $ 8 discount from the door price of $ 48. This means you and your family will see Electric Lunchbox for $ 40 !! So here's the secret codeword : PRAWN CRACKERS It's going to be awesome and we can't wait. We'll see you at Gluttony : The Excess Theatre on March 10, 11 & 12.

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