This World Premiere displays the intricate work of South Australian born artist Sally Smart. Her continued interest in the avant garde style of Serge Diaghilev’s Ballets Russes has resulted in a fascinating installation and visual exhibition examining the production of a Russian folk tale, Chout – The Buffoon, first performed in Paris in May 1921.
Polish director Pawel Pawlikowski's post WW II love story, inspired by his own parents.
This is the story of a little girl bravely venturing into the Deep Dark Forest to retrieve her puppy, Tinky, but peril awaits at every turn of the page.
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.
A dark trip of short horror stories featuring tales of resurrection, of hauntings, of visitations and other supernatural trappings, but the thread that joins the stories and drives the narrative of each is human greed.
Based on the BBC television series, Civilisations, historian, television presenter and author David Olusoga presents a look at the two-way interaction of first contact with old civilisations, and how art has represented progress through the ages.
A children’s historical compendium beginning with the mythical foundation of Rome by the twins Romulus and Remus in 753BC to world-shaping events of 1989.
New research shows that our country’s phenomenal takeaway movement is represented by a handful of popular cuisine types, yet judgement of those cuisines are not the best by Aussies in their twenties.