Walk on the Wild Side

Local Riverland performers and wordsmiths will celebrate the spoken and written word with a collection of poetry, monologue and music as part of Walk on the Wild Side in April.

Performances and spoken word will include monologues ‘Prince Willy’ by Yve Black and ‘Stick’ by Carolyn Burns published by Currency Press as part of The Voices Project in 2012 performed by Riverland actors Jessica Weidenhofer and Jamie Butters. Other written and spoken word from the Riverland Creative Writing Group will also be showcased.

Local musicians Renee Cox and Jess Weidonhofer will also wow the crowd with acoustic guitar and ukelele performances respectively.

Walk on the Wild Side is a partnership between 919 Wines, Illalangi, Whistling Kite Vineyard’s and the Riverland Creative Writing Group with inkind support from Country Arts SA.

Sunday 14th April, 10am-5pm. Performance 12pm-3pm. Entry is free, food and wine on a pay as you go basis. To book email [email protected]

Walk on the Wild Side is a regional event as part of the Adelaide Food and Wine Festival.