We take a look at the first four novels in Mills & Boon’s new sexually graphic series, DARE, which claims to ditch the old rules for romance fiction to suit the new millennium and its readers.
Author Jan Kershaw
Private Peaceful, is adapted from the novel by Michael Murpurgo and through reminiscences tells the story of the life of a young WWI soldier, on the last night of his life.
Chooks SA’s aim is to assist female entrepreneurs and women-led start ups through networking, mentoring and advocacy. As their website says: ‘We apply a gender lens not rose coloured glasses. [and] We build ourselves up without tearing anyone else down’.
The performance is by turns poignant,tragic and amusing but always a tour de force. Written and performed by Amer Hlehel, the play tells the story of Palestian poet Taha Muhammed Ali.
Culture in the widest sense is promoted through the many books displayed at the Once And Again Cafe, by events, markets, music and an authors’ group who meet at the café.
Whilst studying, at the Theatre Academy in Maastricht, Nick Steur attracted an audience when he was playing around with rocks and saw the full potential of this as performance art. He graduated in 2011 and has been producing complex sculptural pieces ever since.
Movin’ Melvin Brown celebrates the life and music of one the creators of Rock n’ Roll.
The one off performance of Lee Fields and The Expressions at the Adelaide Festival marked the beginning of their Australian, NZ and USA tour to promote their new album Special Night.
What a feast of glorious music in the wonderful setting of St Peter’s Cathedral.
Dazzling Dan, Daring Don, Dramatic Drew and Ravishing Richardo (aka Daniel Daminato, Don Gagliardi, Drew Ames and Richard Milne) are a talented crew of local magicians and members of the International Brotherhood of Magicians,
Director Shannan Ely has reprised her graduate show for this Fringe performance. The show sets out to examine ‘what it is to be divinely feminine, brutally violent and powerful’ by interweaving the parts of Euripides’ Greek tragedy The Bacchae with contemporary stories of modern women.
A children’s activity book that explores the achievements of women through history, from Sacagawea, an American Indian in 1804, to Rosa Parks in 1955.
A celebration the remarkable figurative sculptures of Australian ceramicist Liz Williams, tracing the evolution of Liz Williams’ impressive body of coil-built works.
A large format picture book exploring the ancient lives of dinosaurs and where they roamed on the Earth, broken down into modern-day continents for ease of understanding.
The original show was commissioned by the Brighton Festival (UK) for their 40th anniversary in 2006 and was devised by Luke Cresswell and Steve McNicholas, in the tradition of their earlier smash hit STOMP.
This one man show was devised and written by Jeff Achtem of Bunk Puppets and local performer Hew Parham was brought on board last year to meet the demand for this international hit which has played to sell out audiences across the world.
‘Have You Tried Yoga?’ was developed through interviews and ideas from the public combined with Rachel Edmonds’ experience and understanding of living and working with a disability.
This collection of feminist essays covers a wide range of topics including literature, the silencing of women’s voices, sexual assault and motherhood – which is The Mother of All Questions.
A funny peak into what it might just be like trying to come up with an idea for a show.
The Colour Orange shows the strange trajectory that saw Pauline Hanson being elected to the Senate in 2016. This show takes the audience on a whistle stop tour of the highlights – or should that be low lights – of Hanson’s political journey.