The State Theatre Company of SA will kick off its 2018 season with a timely production that draws on actual accounts of sexual violence to shine a light on the 'sometimes dark off-field culture' of Australia’s football fraternity.
Academic and author Clive Hamilton’s exposé about China’s influence in Australia will be published on the eve of his appearance at Adelaide Writers’ Week next month after Hardie Grant acquired the world rights to the book.
Toy tanks, Action Man figures, parsley, potting soil and powdered sugar are among the miniature props and everyday items used to recreate the horrors of the battlefront in Dutch live-animation company Hotel Modern’s Adelaide Festival show The Great War.
Marking the centenary of the 1918 Armistice and featuring a cast of 215 people, Brink Productions' theatrical adaptation of poet Alice Oswald’s Memorial is a reflection on both the horror of war and what it is to be human.
Adelaide Writers’ Week director Laura Kroetsch recommends a selection of compelling fiction and non-fiction books for the summer holidays.
Peel St chef Jordan Theodoros will draw on the flavours of the Mediterranean when he presents one of five long lunches on the Riverbank Palais during the Adelaide Festival, promising a vibrant feast that will feel like “a big family meal”.