Palace Nova Eastend are throwing a party to celebrate the preview screening of Spike Lee’s latest feature.
Jon Bronson is an outsider, a loner except for his friendship with Chloe. When he is abducted, the world moves on. When Jon returns, four years later, he has changed in a way he can’t explain…
RnB Fridays Live is undeniably the party of the year. Each and every time there is a tense and anxious wait to see which fabulous stars the RnB Gods have put forth for us. And this year let’s just say… they really have delivered, releasing their HOTTEST line up to date.
When Rachel Chu goes to Singapore with her boyfriend for his best mate’s wedding, she has no idea just how ridiculously rich he and his friends are, nor how much effort his family will put into getting rid of her.
The Doctor arrives to find scavengers, a deserted London and UNIT requesting his presence in the drought-ridden city. It is all part of a plot by the Cybermen to hold the world for ransom and the Doctor and UNIT have very little time to save the planet.
Detective Harriet Blue is on the opposite side of the law, hunting a serial killer but this time she intends no mercy. Harry, a good cop gone really bad and is determined to be the one who pulls the trigger.
Rangars rejoice! Behold the ginger glory of the redhead! No longer a pariah, carrot-tops the world over are now ready to flaunt their MC1R mutation, starting with this comical look at the redhead.
The much-loved cult classic The Book of Mormon is inundating Adelaide with advertising… so are we about to finally get the musical we’ve all been waiting for?
This year’s SALA Festival is the biggest yet, so we’ve narrowed down the list of exhibitions to our favourites to keep you busy all August long!
This weekend, on August 11th and 12th, head down to the Marina in Glenelg between 11am and 5pm to enjoy a feast for the senses.
A profound look into the way our bodies change, from puberty, pregnancy and gender dysphoria to anorexia and even death, using both medical knowledge and case studies.
Absurdist theatre at its most unusual, The Goat, or Who is Sylvia? provides a peek into the true feelings and unspeakable thoughts that plague the otherwise ordinary families of American suburbia.
In the 1700s, Justy Flanagan returns to Manhattan, New York with new evidence in hand to seek the truth of his father’s death, believing his supposed suicide was actually murder.
Kosky and his multi-award-winning opera company, the Berlin-based Komische Oper will make a triumphant return to the 2019…
Whether you’ve got a poodle that’s into pop art or an art deco-loving American bulldog, the Pawsome Art Trail is the perfect adventure for you and your cultured furbaby. Go for a stroll throughout August to spot the vibrant doggy bowls decorated by local artists and soak in the other pieces and installations while you’re there!
“Little Lives consists of 2000 non-fired ceramic pods, providing visual to the leading cause of infant death in Australia; stillbirth. Each pod is handcrafted and special, uniquely representing a little life lost to stillbirth,” says Celeste Foord.
Melanie, a former foster child, has clawed her way through life and a university degree into a normal, if busy, existence but when she heads off to pick up her baby from day care one day, she finds Social Services have removed the child into foster care.
Like most years, Scotch College brings to the stage a high standard of youth theatre with this year featuring the much-loved, pink-themed production of Legally Blonde: The Musical.
Tragedy strikes a town when two university students meet an untimely end on the same fateful night, one from a hit-and-run and the other from an apparent suicide.
An eclectic collection of 100 Asian-inspired meals, snacks and desserts from more traditional Asian dishes through to some unexpected recipes like cheesecake!