The Adelaide Festival has expanded to include the Adelaide Cabaret Festival, Adelaide Film Festival, Adelaide Festival of Ideas, Adelaide Writers' Week, and WOMADelaide, all held predominately in the autumnal month of March (the locals sometimes call it 'mad March' because of the hectic clustering of these events). The Adelaide Festival Centre, on the banks of the Torrens, is the focal point for much of the cultural activity in the city and home to the State Theatre Company of South Australia. There is the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra. The Art Gallery of South Australia, the South Australian Museum and State Library of South Australia, while the Adelaide Botanic Garden, National Wine Centre and Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute are in the East End. The State Library lies the Migration Museum. Contemporary art scenes include the Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia. Excellent restaurants are to be found along Rundle, Leigh, and Peel Streets - including Bread and Bone for a casual bite and a lively scene. Sports are very big too with Australian Rules Football, cricket, soccer, and rugby.