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Film review: La Belle Époque

La Belle Époque touches on some big questions with the time-travelling story of a man who chooses to revisit a significant moment in his life from 40 years ago.

Arts & Culture SA Life

Six highlights of the 2020 SALA Festival

The 2020 SALA Festival opens this weekend, with more than 5500 South Australian artists showing work in 500 exhibitions in venues across the state and online. Here are six highlights.

Arts & Culture

The stage is set for the return of opera in SA

State Opera SA will return to the stage in November with Summer of the Seventeenth Doll at Her Majesty’s Theatre – and it’s added an extra performance to accommodate more audience members in line with current COVID guidelines.


Renate Henschke: Designs of the times

A desire to learn to sew led Renate Henschke to a career as a maker and costume and production designer. She’s recently been working with other SA creatives on the new animated web series Honey I’m Home.


State Theatre's back with a Victorian thriller at Her Maj

State Theatre Company SA will present the first large-scale show in the new-look Her Majesty’s Theatre next month with what artistic director Mitchell Butel describes as a “dynamic reinvention” of the 1938 thriller Gaslight.

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Poet's Corner


ASQ Live at UKARIA: a livestreamed music series with a difference

Lifestyle TV will meet classical music in a new web series by the Australian String Quartet livestreamed from UKARIA Cultural Centre in the Adelaide Hills and hosted by performer Johanna Allen.

Arts & Culture SA Life

“You can see something and it can look really beautiful, but what’s the underlying story?”

Artist and recent OAM recipient Nici Cumpston’s journey to becoming a curator at the Art Gallery of SA included many roles – one of which involved processing crime scene photos.

Book extracts

Books & Poetry Books & Poetry

Book extract: The Things She Owned

Adelaide author Katherine Tamiko Arguile explores themes of family and grief in her new novel The Things She Owned, the story of a tangled mother-daughter relationship that unfolds over two generations and is steeped in Japanese culture.

Books & Poetry Books & Poetry

Book extract: Snow

Gina Inverarity’s dystopian vision of a drastically altered post-global future in her new young-adult novel Snow has been given added resonance by the COVID-19 crisis.