It’s time to throw a party for the Scarf Lady, and with help from their friends it’s a party she will never forget!
Photos: Jonathan James Wednesday night saw the spectacular Florence and The Machine hit Botanic Park…
This picture book for ages 4 or 5 upwards, explores the many kinds of boats created from the very earliest days of human existence.
A compilation of short stories written by a group of writers from the Fleurieu Coast in South Australia, reflecting the darker side of human nature.
Some of our book review team have put together their personal recommendations for these hot summer days. Grab a cool drink, find some shade and thumb through our suggested reading list, from picture books to sci-fi; football to cooking.
An investigation of a murder leads not only to aliens hunting humans for sport, but to a wider conspiracy by the human government that allows it to happen.
Experience the best in short filmmaking Australia and the world has on offer in this one-off chance to see these amazing short films before they continue their journey around the world.
A collection of poems following the author’s past love affairs and the impact that they had on her life and her soul.
A young woman is pulled from the life she has always known when a rich, older, sophisticated, politician steals her heart.
Book 7 in the Shardlake series sees Matthew Shardlake, Sergeant-at-Law, take up his law robes and investigate murder and mayhem again in the year 1549.
Two children picture themselves exploring the natural environment far beyond their everyday life in the re-release of this picture book for young readers with a 150-piece puzzle set.
Iconic Australian pop princess Kylie Minogue is bringing her Golden Tour to Australia in March, performing a string of headline shows at arenas and outdoor venues across the country – including Adelaide.
I had the chance to speak with Lanu of Australian Funk band, The Bamboos ahead of their performance at WOMADelaide.
An illustrated book introducing some of Shakespeare’s best plays in modern language and in a simplified, abridged format to help young readers understand the bones of the story.
Anyone who has auditioned for a play or musical will relate to Bad Auditions by Bad Actors, and probably to characters on both sides of the audition table! The pressure of being put on the spot to perform can bring out both the best and worst in people, but can also have hilarious results
A short collection of eight horror stories taking you beneath innocent appearances, twisted minds and scary monsters, from soft scratches behind the wall, to the paranoia of walking through a crowd and knowing that every single eye is locked on you.
Cookbook Review: Special Guest, Recipes for the Happily Imperfect Host, by Annabel Crabb & Wendy Sharpe
A recipe book that cheekily says it is for imperfect hosts. It is for anyone who ever felt like punching a wall before their guests arrive.
When the First Doctor’s companion, Vicki, finds herself on the spaceship which ultimately crashed and led to her first encounter with the Doctor, she decides to change the course of history by saving the ship.
Four classic fairytales cleverly rewritten and matched with stunning illustrations from Australia’s best illustrators to complete a wonderful book for children aged 6-9 years old.
A misfit who is trying to find her place in the world, grows into a tall and beautiful woman with a mouth and mind ruled by the goddess of obscenity.