When a federal agent is kidnapped to learn the whereabouts of a former undercover cop now in witness protection, the race is on for both sides to hunt down the other.
Set in the 1930s, this first book in the Rowland Sinclair Mysteries series finds the gentleman artist-cum-amateur-detective searching for his uncle’s killer amongst political upheaval in Australia.
A woman born into a wealthy family with an obligation to marry well dreams of independence, with her ultimate dream to work in the chocolate industry.
The extraordinary biographical film, Lion, opens in cinemas today, and we caught up with Saroo & his mum for a chat about the film, their life, and what it’s like seeing themselves depicted on screen.
An extra-terrestrial pod lands in the remote Australian outback and there’s a race on as the military fumbles its recovery and a deadly infection spreads.
UK award winning magician Paul Dabek returns to the Adelaide Fringe with his fast paced jaw-dropping adults magic and comedy show “Look At Me”.
Never-before-seen artwork combines with 6 complete books, 7 comic book stories, many single panel drawings and an assortment of comics strips and other items.
Moonlight Cinema have announced their February program, jam-packed with more advanced screenings, cult classics and family favourites to keep the summer of blockbusters rolling on.
Assassin’s Creed is out now at cinemas and we caught up with Aussie director Justin Kurzel to chat about his love of making movies.
This Chinese Lunar New Year, Adelaide Festival Centre will ring in the Year of the Rooster with the Butterfly Ladies Band – Chinese New Year Concert 2017 and The World Is Not Flat – Chinese Contemporary Video Art exhibition
Livingston’s book covers the careers of the Doug Anthony All-Stars just as well as his own, with interviews, photos and candour.
A brand spanking new date and venue has been announced for this year’s Groovin The Moo festival.
The world’s meanest award-winning magician Paul Dabek returns to the Adelaide Fringe after last year’s sell-out run with the children’s magical comedy show “The I Hate Children, Children’s Show.
Get ready to be informed, inspired and have a passion ignited with this three-level exhibition
This week we welcomed another new theatre company to the Adelaide amateur scene with their first outing at the Bakehouse – IpSkip Productions’ production of ‘Educating Rita’
This March is set to get a whole lot better, with a brand new album from Ed Sheeran about to hit airwaves.
The Fifth Business Theatre Company, a blossoming theatre company in Adelaide’s north, is thrilled to announce that its 2017 Summer Production is Shrek Jr!
Despite only one original member appearing, the Avalanches live band put on a show to remember with great sound and visuals.
The Adelaide Fringe is giving us yet another must-see destination with so many performers set to entertain in just one venue.
Michael Wilkop returns to the Adelaide Fringe Show in a must see performance filled with trickery and illusions that will blow your mind.