Studies are starting to show how unique toys and craft materials are a crucial part of a child’s learning. Adelaide recycled design guru Helen Edwards examines the idea in her regular column.
Dory takes us on a journey of self-discovery as she struggles to remember where she came from. Her one desire is to be reunited with her long-lost parents.
Disney Pixar’s Finding Dory, the long-awaited sequel to 2003’s Finding Nemo, premiered in Adelaide on Wednesday 15 January 2016 at Event Cinemas Marion.
When Adelaide mum Danielle McBeath found out she was pregnant with twins, she had no idea she’d end up making a product for herself that would receive so much interest from other breastfeeding mums. But isn’t that how the best ideas come about?
Does your child spend their weekend in front of a screen? Get them out of the house to Bonython Park on Sunday, June 5 for the National Day of Real Play.
When the Mexicanine Republic becomes the host for the World Canine Cup, coach Lapata has one last chance to put together the best team in history to win.
A family movie about a robotic dog named A.R.C.H.I.E. (Artificial Robotronic Canine Hyper-Intelligence Experiment) who escapes to find a family to care for him.
Will you be one of the 10,000 at this year’s Mother’s Day Classic?
This Saturday, Event Cinemas are giving you the opportunity to compete in the Choc Top Challenge to win prizes and be crowned their new Choc Top Champion!
Tucked away in Henley Beach lies a gem in the education system, which is working hard to ensure Adelaide’s kids are taught a healthy respect towards marine conservation and sustainability.
The school holidays, they can be heaven or, in some cases when there’s nothing to do, the complete opposite. Luckily for our readers, the fabulous team over at Turner Real Estate are generously giving away 4 passes to the Adelaide Zoo, just in time for the holidays!
‘Seussical’ is such a fun show with great songs and dialogue by Stephen Flaherty and Lynn Ahrens: great material to work with.
‘Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella’ is NOT a Pantomime – it is a full-blown Musical! Northern Light’s version is based on the 1997 TV special.
The new GU Film House Glenelg, an arthouse cinema concept in a purpose built cinema complex, will open its doors to the public on Thursday, 24 March, in Glenelg.
Northern Light Theatre Company is very excited to be bringing the classic tale of magic, princes and lost slippers to our audiences in April 2016.
An 8 year old boy and his two toy friends go on an imaginary adventure around the world to find and rescue a famous aviator from a book he was given.
But it is so much more than a market, really!
And that’s the round ball kind of football not the AFL kind…