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Cat Stevens to play in Botanic Park

British folk singer Cat Stevens, who goes by the name Yusuf, will perform in Adelaide's Botanic Park in November as part of a national tour announced today.


Jimmy Barnes: Don’t blame the victims of economic change

Musician and working-class man Jimmy Barnes, whose first job was as an apprentice moulder with South Australian Railways, says young people growing up in struggling suburbs in the 21st century deserve a fair go.

Books & Poetry

Book extract: Jean Harley Was Here

When tragedy strikes, what happens to the lives and relationships of loved ones left behind? That's the question at the heart of Adelaide writer Heather Taylor Johnson's new novel, Jean Harley Was Here.


Film review: The Dancer

Belle Époque dance innovator Loïe Fuller’s gruelling rise to fame and rivalry with Isadora Duncan is intelligently explored in this highly accomplished biopic showing as part of the French Film Festival in Adelaide.


Film review: David Stratton – A Cinematic Life

Documentaries about critics are rare — and possibly non-existent in Australia — which makes David Stratton: A Cinematic Life immediately noteworthy.


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Arts & Culture

The Rodin effect: Bodies as art objects

Curator Leigh Robb and the Art Gallery of SA have created something special with Versus Rodin – an exhibition that is both a homage to the French sculptor and a celebration of the human body.

Poet's Corner