Find out what's on at the University of Adelaide.

Waite 100 Gala


Saturday 4 May

The exclusive Waite 100 Gala will be a black-tie, stand-up cocktail affair celebrating 100 years of the enduring Waite Gift.

Tasting Australia Masterclass Series: Legends & Legacy

Monday 6 May

Internationally recognised Master of Wine Andrew Caillard leads a masterclass reflecting on how graduates from the University have shaped modern Australian wine.

Tasting Australia Masterclass: House of Hemp


Tuesday 7 May

This masterclass will explore the newest innovations for one of the world's oldest crops.

Angels in America

Thursday 2 to Saturday 25 May

An exciting, epic production in two parts, Angels in America: A Gay Fantasia on National Themes is a complex, metaphorical and symbolic examination of sexuality in America in the 1980s.

Tasting Australia Masterclass Series

Friday 3 to Sunday 12 May

Tasting Australia is the country’s longest running eating and drinking festival – celebration and collaboration of people, produce and place lie at the heart of our existence.

Lunchtime Concert: A Majestic Affair

Friday 3 May

A performance of Brahms - Piano Quartet No. 2 in A major, Op. 26 a four-movement work famous for being one of the longest piano quartets ever written.




AU Sport School Holiday Program

Bookings are open for the Adelaide University Sport Autumn School Holiday Program for kids aged from 5 to 11. From martial arts to tennis, cricket, soccer, athletics and more, there is a range of sports and activities to keep your children engaged and having fun. The program is designed to develop gross motor skills in a safe, social environment with qualified coaches and staff. It's the perfect boredom buster, energy burner, and friendship builder for these upcoming school holidays. Register



Little Women

Louisa May Alcott’s beloved story of the adventures of the four March sisters is brought to musical life in Little Women. Set in 1860s America, the March sisters – Meg, the oldest, a romantic, the spirited and tomboyish Jo, sweet and loving Beth, and irascible, playful Amy – live with their Marmee while their father is on the battlefield. 



ThincAngel: Short Angel Investing Course

Do you want to become the next generation of investors in SA? Are you interested in gaining access to world-class insights about the world of investment, from angel stage and beyond?. Thursday 18 to Friday 19 April, 9 am to 5 pm. ThincLab, Room 101. Register.



Elder Conservatorium Lunchtime Concert | Sliding Around

Elder Conservatorium staff and alumni come together for a program celebrating all things jazz trombone. Friday 19 April, 1.10–2 pm. Elder Hall, North Terrace campus. Tickets.



Elder Conservatorium After Hours Concert | Elder Music Lab

A series of solo-piano miniatures with a rich sound world inspired by classic paintings, ranging from Vincent van Gogh’s 1889 The Starry Night to Simon Dinnerstein’s 1991 Purple Haze. A free concert performed by Elder Conservatorium Masters student Esmond Choi. Friday 19 April, 7.30–8.30 pm. Elder Hall, North Terrace campus. More information.



Department of Historical and Classical Studies Research Seminar

This research seminar features Dr Margot Osborne's Mavericks and art movements: a cultural history of Adelaide’s art scene 1939 to 2000. Monday 22 April, 12–1 pm. Napier 420 The Stretton room, North Terrace campus.



Bupa health insurance information session

Learn more about the corporate health insurance benefits in a relaxed informative way. Join this 30 minute online group session to learn about the discount, offers and various health insurance plans available to University of Adelaide staff members. There will be time allocated for questions. Tuesday 23 April, 12.30–1pm. Online



Elder Conservatorium Lunchtime Concert | Rhythm Song

Join acclaimed alumna, harpist and soprano Emma Horwood and Adelaide Symphony Orchestra principal percussionist Steve Peterka as they create a unique soundscape with pedal and Celtic harps, voice and percussion including bells, chimes, cymbals, crotales, castanets, ocean drum, rain stick and cajón. Friday 26 April, 1.102 pm. Elder Hall, North Terrace campus. Tickets.



Elder Conservatorium After Hours Concert | Matthew Sheens Solo

One of the Con’s most successful jazz graduates, New York-based Matthew Sheens returns to Elder Hall for the first time in over a decade to perform music from his recent albums, including his latest Written in the Dark. Saturday 27 April, 6.30–9 pm. Elder Hall, North Terrace campus. Tickets.



Adelaide Bass Day 2024

The Elder Conservatorium and the University of Adelaide are presenting a Double Bass Day, bringing together performers, teachers, students, luthiers and exhibitors from all over Australia. Sunday 28 April, 9 am to 6 pm. Elder Hall, North Terrace campus. Tickets.