Marina Prior, one of Australia’s best-loved ladies of musical theatre, will perform her new show, Leading Lady, in Adelaide in late May.
Even though Tsering Hannaford grew up surrounded by art, as the daughter of well-known South Australian artist Robert Hannaford, the plan wasn’t always to be an artist.
The world famous Morriston Orpheus Choir will be in Australia for the first time in 10 years.
Art by Prisoners is the second exhibition of work by South Australian inmates organised by Flinders University PhD student Jeremy Ryder, who is studying the art’s impact within and beyond…
Wednesday, May 8
The Art Gallery of South Australia’s revitalised Melrose Wing is the focus of the gallery’s biennial lecture series GetsmART.
Thomas Vinterberg’s Danish-language latest mercifully isn’t a ‘Dogme 95’ movie like his Festen (The Celebration) (1998) but does feature the same emotional intensity, distinctly uncomfortable edge and even gallows humour,…
Camille (Noemie Lvovsky) is an unsuccessful 40-year-old actress who spends her working life screaming for the camera while her throat gets cut in cheap horror films.
It’s interesting that former Disney teen queen Selena Gomez has stated her concern about her tween-aged fan base seeing her latest film Spring Breakers.
Titled Stuck in Love in the US (after the working title of Writers), A Place for Me is the debut film from writer and director Josh Boone.
Stephen Baynes’ traditional production of Swan Lake is on its way to Adelaide for seven performances in July.
It is rare for a classical music concert to come with a parental guidance warning, but it is also rare for a leading Australian ensemble to present a program that…