Nic is an early teen, dealing with a change of home and schools. Moving to a remote Australian homestead, she searches for information about her mother who died when she was born.
For those who missed 24.one last year, the unusual concept of this mini theatre festival is (in short) that, after randomly being assigned their topics and rules at the launch party of the festival, five teams of playwrights, directors, actors and technicians must band together to create a one-act play each, only 24 hours later.
Get ready for an epic day of wine, food and a darn good lineup of indie tunes. There festival is expanding in more ways than you know.
In a portrayal of the classic Australian book, Picnic at Hanging Rock brings to life the mystery of the fateful day that saw three young girls and their teacher go missing in the rough Australian bush.
The Entertainment Centre will turn into a school disco for the ultimate 90s pop concert.
This famous and enduring piece of French Theatre has lasted a very long time, the mark of a piece of well-crafted theatre. It hit the stage running on 10 February 1673 at the Théâtre du Palais-Royal in Paris and has been leaving audiences out of breath ever since.
Nine-year-old Samuel begins to suspect foul play when he wakes one morning to be told by his housekeeper that his Mother had to go away on an overseas trip without any prior warning or saying goodbye.
Australia is filled with lush greenery at every corner and we’ve got news of a particular corner between Greenhill Road and Unley Road that’s becoming an adventurers haven with the development of a Tree Climb Park!
Hoosegow Charcoal Restaurant is hosting their annual Day of the Dead celebration and it’s sure to be a night of immense feasting and profuse partying, with live music and traditional dress.
Oh, hello, didn’t see you there…Meet your Bachelorette Australia 2018 contestants – aka. 18 men from around the nation…minus South Australia.
This movie teeters on that fine line between being just plain bad and being so bad that it’s good.
Glam Arts reviewer Fran Edwards talks to the Director of Northern Light Theatre Company’s upcoming production of Seussical!
Tongue in cheek representations of Hell and the classic Faustian deal abound in the Unseen Theatre Company’s latest Terry Pratchett adaptation, Eric.
A book aimed at educating today’s children on the brave women who became pilots in World War 2 despite little or no recognition.
Catherine Rayner, a life member of the Brontë Society, has combined facts with imagined incidents and dialogue to produce a detailed picture of the childhoods of the famous Brontës.
An ambitious young cop suspects there’s more to random, horrific murders in her small town and stumbles upon the first known a serial killer whose M.O. is constantly changing . . .
Päntsdrunk is a refreshing take on the personal-development genre. Fresh out of Finland, it encourages drinking at home, alone, in your underwear.
The memoir of a rescue dog who takes on the role of foster-brother-extraordinaire to love and help pups with an unfortunate start to the world.
A dark trip of short horror stories featuring tales of resurrection, of hauntings, of visitations and other supernatural trappings, but the thread that joins the stories and drives the narrative of each is human greed.