An orphaned boy is taken in by a Lengger dance troupe where his starts to explore and understand his body through dance and the power of both masculine and feminine sensuality.
Fionn and his older sister, Tara, are sent to stay with their grandfather for the summer on Arranmore Island. He is the Storm Keeper, chosen once in a generation.
Hirokazu Koreeda crafts what may be his finest feature yet.
Vitaly Mansky’s personal and intimate portrait of the meteoric rise of Vladimir Putin.
The Keith Theatre Group Inc. took on the comedic superhero genre for their annual production, this year entitled Man of Steel.
This is a very amusing story for ages 6 and above based on how small children often twist words that they have misheard.
Sunday October 14 saw the world-renowned classic rock band Foreigner headlining Live in the Park at Botanic Park in Adelaide.
It is definitely worthwhile digging into the buffet of world-class short films gracing our screens at this year’s Adelaide Film Festival.
Jodie Picoult’s 25th novel looks at abortion in America, pro-choice vs anti-choice, but through the narrative of a hostage situation at an abortion clinic.
This show is as close as theatre comes to being a blood sport. Six new one-act plays are presented in Cornerstone College’s Atelier Theatre in Mount Barker. On Friday night, six playwrights, six directors, and a selected bunch of brave actors meet at the theatre. By a series of lucky draws, playwrights are paired with directors, actors are assigned to one of the six writer/director teams, and random topics allocated. The writers have until 6:00am Saturday morning (nine hours) to write their play and email it in. Directors get their scripts at 6:00am, and are back at the theatre an hour later to work with their allotted actors on the play until 8:00pm, when the curtain goes up and we see six new Australian one-act plays.
Ten months after a former detective’s life is destroyed by a series of devastating losses, a stranger pulls him back down a path of crime he never thought he would go down again.
A most unusual kitchen reference book that provides a baseline for kitchen experimentation; a methodical way to be more intuitive in creating a range of foods rather than having to search out and follow recipes, step by step.
The Adelaide Central Market has just announced the launch of its first-ever hardcover book and we are drooling.
Sophie is determined to have her father walk her down the isle but there’s three men who could be her father. She invites all three to her wedding without her mother’s knowledge, setting in motion a feel-good, comedy-romance set to the music of ABBA!
The most moving and important documentary to be made in Australia in the last 20 years.
In 1814, a French armada set sail for New South Wales. The armada’s mission was the invasion of Sydney, and its inspiration and its fate were interwoven with one of history’s greatest love stories.
Harley Spark is a normal 13-year-old boy until he has an overwhelming urge to pick up and take home a Chinese vase. Then weird things begin to happen.
The original film from 1967 is still well known. Based on the 1963 novel by Chares Webb, Mike Nichols film captured the 60s perfectly. The play by Terry Johnson attempts to recreate this story. Matt Byrne has brought us another new production, continuing his efforts to introduce fresh plays to Adelaide.
Part cookbook, part travel guide, celebrate the diversity of New York city with something sweet, something savoury and something soothing from one of the many cultures that thrive in the city.