When Dr Voth comes across an old manuscript from 1724, he becomes obsessed with the life of a 12-year-old orphan girl who was sold into servitude and grew to become one of history’s most notorious and wanted transexual thieves.
The fantastical world of Dr Seuss comes to life as the Cat in the Hat, Horton Hears a Who! and many other favourite stories and characters intertwine in a colourful musical for the whole family.
Can-Can is a musical by Abe Burrows with music and lyrics by Cole Porter and tells the story of the showgirls of the Montmartre dance halls during the 1890s.
Welcome to the secret world of Scarlett Tanner, agent for the foreign intelligence organisation Spectrum.
This is the classic JM Barrie tale of the boy that didn’t grow up, retold in rhyme and illustrated with life-like characters and settings in a classic, old world storybook fashion.
Rachael Blake and Vince Colosimo star in this psychological drama about an author and her struggles to write her second work.
Private investigator and deliciously alluring courtesan Heloise Chancey poses as a nursemaid to investigate the murder of two members of the Lovejoy family in Victorian London.
A fun and though-provoking collection of Arabic proverbs, primarily from Lebanon, with an English translation and explanation.
English singer-songwriter George Ezra announces a return to the sunburnt country!
Tackles the complex topic of gender transition with the utmost delicacy.
Sample three recipes from this month’s Flour and Stone cookbook by pastry chef Nadine Ingram: Blueberry Buttermilk Scones, Zucchini Chilli & Gruyère Buns, and a Pear Ginger & Hazelnut Cake.
Sergei Loznitsa’s lavish fantasy of war and survival in Eastern Ukraine.
Sleeth looks to bring into undeniable clarity the last 72 hours of Myuran Sukumaran’s life.
Four brutal murders, a city living in fear, a killer on the streets…Prime Suspect’s Jane Tennison returns in the 4th book in the bestselling Tennison series, from the doyenne of crime fiction.
On Sunday the 7th of October, the well renowned Ukulele Death Squad graced Elder Hall…
The versatile character actor Sachin Joab is in Adelaide as a guest of the Adelaide Film Festival where he stars in two marquee productions.
The works of South Australian artist Jeffrey Smart, showcasing how his art evolved and developed, and documenting his life story, from how he was inspired by the South Australian landscapes, to his travels in Italy.
In the year 2028, Australia has gone to Hell in a handbasket as the Liberal party face their first real election challenge in a long, long time by a grassroots party where everyone is named Ned Ludd.
A pain-free guide to becoming vegan, filled with lots of handy hints and explanations and enough familiar crossover recipes to make the change in eating easier and comfortable.