Facing-off across Rundle St, both these cinema complexes screen 'sophisticated cinema': new-release art-house, foreign-language and independent films as well as some mainstream flicks. Fully licensed, too.
A relaxed club around town (dress code and atmosphere), Mojo West has freaky blue light emanating from under the pool table cushions and quasi–Easter Island graffiti art – it certainly looks the part! Thursday unive…
The estimable ASO: check the website for perfomance info.
In a converted theatre, Jive caters to an off-beat crowd of student types who like their tunes funky, left-field and removed from the mainstream. A sunken dance floor = great views from the bar!
Inside the former Fowler Flour Factory, this 500-capacity venue is a devilish temple of hard rock, punk and metal.
Eclectic offerings (acoustic, blues, country...and a brilliant beer list) in the semi-industrial Thebarton wastelands. Don't let the flightpath sonics put you off.
The East End's rockin' soul: original indie bands, electronica and acoustic in the undercover beer garden.
The not-for-profit Mercury screens art-house releases, and is home to the Adelaide Cinémathèque (classic, cult and experimental flicks). Check the website for screen times.
In summer, pack a picnic and mosquito repellent, and spread out on the lawn to watch old and new classics under the stars. 'Gold Grass' tickets, which cost a little more, secure you a prime-viewing beanbag.