How to develop the idea of lagom/balance/harmony through a heightened awareness of the inter-connectedness of ourselves with other people and our environment.
Award-winning comedian Sami Shah is a former Muslim who delves into the past and present of the religion, exposing both the good and the bad in a highly entertaining way.
In addition to the latest line up of films from Moonlight Cinema being released, there’s some other outdoor places you can catch a movie around town.
A car salesman enters the first ever Redex car trial around Australia in 1953 and discovers a country he only thought he knew; one that isn’t always welcoming.
Strap on your sandals, get your most bangin’ festival get-up ready, and get prepped for a day of wine, food and jammin’ tunes at Coriole.
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.
What seems like a complicated, soap-operesque plot, unfolds in a surprisingly organic manner, due to the outstanding script. Every character is intelligently drawn and played with subtlety and respect by this superb ensemble of actors.
At once funny, confronting, depressing and oddly optimistic, this is neither a Jeremiad for the planet, nor an apologia for humanity. It is intelligent film-making which leaves the audience to create their own curriculum from the art.
Many will know the story of Buddy, the elf who grows up to realise he’s really human.
Wonder is a beautiful and uplifting film for the whole family with great take-home messages that also make it perfect for the classroom.
The Counter Measures team investigate a scientist who is experimenting with cloning, mind control, and a threat from a foe who doesn’t exist in our reality.
Original members from Bob Marley’s band The Wailers played the classics at The Gov this December.
The Disaster Artist is respectful storytelling and a painstakingly accurate parody of The Room and its original cast.
The Gov was packed Friday night for the British India Forgetting The Future tour, with…
Take a musical journey around “A World of Christmas” with the 2017 Christmas Proms, featuring the Tutti Choir and our On Stage Children’s Choir.
A free live music series on the Adelaide Festival Centre Riverdeck and Northern Promenade that will turn your summer from zero to hero.
A moving celebration of humanity through letters, poems & news records from the first world war era about the Christmas truce of 1914.
Broadcaster Richard Fidler & author Kári Gíslason travel through Iceland retelling Nordic sagas in the places they happened, while exploring Gíslason’s own past.
Five lucky people have the chance to win tickets to the Adelaide Premier of ‘Call Me By Your Name’ at Palace Nova Cinemas.
As several characters reveal events to Mr Jones, an intricate mind-game unfolds which includes legal proceedings, country gossip & extraterrestrial occurrences.