Small-screen genius Aaron Sorkin, makes his big-screen directorial debut with a surprising and complex story.
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Laneway Festival is bringing unique settings and fresh tunes to Port Adelaide once again, and luckily we’re here to help with our top 5 picks at Laneway Festival this year!
Rumoured to be Day-Lewis’s last film, he shines as Reynolds Woodcock, the society couturier who fears he is doomed in love.
Turns out that when news broke of 3 days over 40 degrees a lot of Crush Festival wineries have made changes to their plans. Get all the details here.
Gorgeous sculptures, heavenly wine deals by Patritti Wines and a day at the beach, make sure to head down to Brighton for the 11th annual Brighton Jetty Sculptures this week!
Whether you’re looking for somewhere to head for girls night, dudes night, date night, after the cricket or as you stop off at the Adelaide Railway Station, Station Lane is definitely not to be missed this summer.
Kick off the Australia Day long weekend right (while taking advantage of the last day of acceptable temperatures for a while) by heading down the newly developed Station Lane and enjoy a tropical paradise!
The Commuter is everything you would expect it to be, successfully fulfilling the audience’s desire for a fast-paced, action-packed film that will not let Neeson fans down.
Every scene is beautiful in its own way; every emotion is authentic; the eroticism is pitched at exactly the right level; there is not a missed beat in the entire film.
Swinging Safari is a fantastic throwback that perfectly captures the delights and the dirtiness of 1970’s suburban/beach Australia
The film provides a truly A-list Australian cast, from international pop-princess, Kylie Minogue (sporting a horrendous bowl cut), to an almost orange Guy Pearce, all who needed zero convincing to take part in this comedic Australian romp through the seventies
Legions of cycling fans will converge on The Parade, Norwood on Thursday 18 and Friday 19 January 2018 as they soak up the atmosphere of the 2018 Santos Tour Down Under and Norwood on Tour.
Homegrown talent, Guy Sebastian, has teamed up with the TDU to deliver us a massive opening night party!
Gary Oldman heads up a choice ensemble in this portrait of the first few weeks of Churchill’s Prime Ministership.
Absolute tennis gun and winner of not one, not two, but FOUR Australian Opens, Andre Agassi, is set to return to Adelaide for the first time in 20 years for next week’s World Tennis Challenge.
Writer/director, Martin McDonagh delivers flawed, interesting characters and crackling dialogue, effectively creating an atmosphere of foreboding tension over a small town.
What you expect with Pitch Perfect 3, you definitely get, with this ridiculous comedy following in similar footsteps to the first two films with outrageous characters, ridiculous humour and catchy use of pop songs
Derek Rabelo is coming to Adelaide on January 9th as an exclusive guest of the Royal Society of the Blind to share his amazing story of success.
The inspirational true-story of Robin and Diana Cavendish is a star-turn for both Andrew Garfield and Claire Foy, under Andy Serkis’s directorial baton.