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The threads that bind us: exhibitions to get lost in

A red thread runs between North Terrace and Melbourne Street with two exhibitions showing the creative blossoming – and melancholic beauty – that can come from a collision of cultures, writes art historian Katherine Arguile.


2018 Adelaide Film Festival hub

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Resurrecting the 'lost operas of Oz'

State Opera SA will shine a spotlight on three ‘lost’ Australian operas in its 2019 season, including two works to be presented in the historic Queen’s Theatre and “a deadly serious choral fantasy” based on a Louis Carroll poem.


Film Festival review: Free Solo

A riveting look at the audacity of man, National Geographic’s Free Solo follows climber Alex Honnold’s mission to scale the sheer granite face of the 914m-high El Capitan Wall in Yosemite. Alone. With no ropes or safety gear.

Theatre CityMag

Redefining The Club

Presenting David Williamson’s The Club with an all-female cast brings many challenges, but Adelaide theatre company isthisyours? believes now is an ideal time to revisit – and reimagine – the classic play about 1970s football culture.

Film reviews

Arts & Culture

‘These are the projects that curators hope for and artists dream about’

In what’s been described as a major coup for South Australia following the record-breaking Colours of Impressionism exhibition, leading contemporary artist Chiharu Shiota is presenting three major projects at the Art Gallery of South Australia.

Off the Wall - Art Gallery treasures

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Books & Poetry

The never-ending story of Adelaide’s second-hand bookshops

Adelaide retains a resilient cluster of colourful second-hand and antiquarian booksellers who, driven by a labour of literary love, have defied the contemporary threats to the industry. And their stories suggest the printed book is far from dead.

Poet's Corner