Ray Lawler wrote the iconic Summer of the Seventeenth Doll in the fifties, but that doesn’t mean the spirit has gone out of it
The Art Images Gallery in Norwood is currently playing host to some spectacularly colourful and deeply engrossing artworks by talented Australian artists.
Raymond Crowe is a master of illusion, magic, ventriloquism and shadow puppetry, and he brought his unique brand of humour to Adelaide for one night only.
John Hughes’ classic teen movie from the 80s was a staple for any teenager born before the new millennium, telling the story of students during a day of detention.
The Art of Happiness by Alessandro Rak is a soulful animated drama about the “hidden wealth of everyday things”, reminding us to find beauty in the present.
An intimate documentary made up of a series of almost soundless, naturalistic snapshots of everyday life for those living along the grandest road in Italy.
Asia Argento’s film is a powerful tale of childhood struggle centring around 9 year old Aria, caught in the midst of her famous parents' messy divorce.
Kevin Smith's Tusk is creative, horrifying, hilarious, haunting & destined to become an instant classic, telling a transformative tale of human becoming monster.
A docu-drama about the impact that Japanese-Australians had on our country, specifically Yasukichi Murakami, a Japanese photographer who left a lasting legacy.
Three heroines, Wonder Woman, Invisible Woman and Thief Catcher Chat must do battle against the forces of evil and each other when babies begin to go missing.
A classic tale of intrigue, drama & cool kung fu fighting from Hong Kong, set in a Buddhist temple where the Abbot of the temple is set to name his successor.
An inventive and funny remix of Sherlock Holmes stories, improvised from audience suggestions about how the poor victim was offed.
A brutally emotive exploration of the real life characters that inspired Peter Pan & Alice in Wonderland, and the unhealthy relationships that emerged around them.
In Habit, by Alfredo and Isabel Aquilizan, is a true spectacle; a monolithic cardboard world that is chaotic but beautiful, and something to get lost in.
The true story of Ettie Rout, the face of modern hygiene, who encouraged WW1 soldiers & brothel workers to use proper precautions, saving a good many lives.
Zoe.Misplaced is an intriguing, warming and sometimes heart-rending love story that follows the twists and turns of a blossoming relationship.
An inspirational tale of love, revenge and triumph in urban Australia, centering around an English and Drama teacher and the effect she has on a struggling student.
Love sang as a back-up vocalist for The Blossoms, Tom Jones, Marvin Gaye and even Elvis Presley, but couldn’t be left out of the main spotlight for long.
The writer of song’s like That Old Black Magic, Let’s Fall in Love and Over the Rainbow is fondly remembered in this tribute to the Music of Harold Arlen.
A unique mixing of fairytale, modern drama and rock musical that is emotional, fascinating and totally spectacular, written specifically for Paul Capsis.