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Decoding the dress code

Coming up to the SALIFE Absolute Best Awards, presented in partnership with Brand SA, we dive into dress codes. Because between black tie and cocktail, there’s a divide wider than a Met Gala dress train.

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Adelaide’s best new music

We’ve rounded up Adelaide’s best new music for November, including Jon Ann, Oscar The Wild, Plastiq, The Mark Of Cain, The Tullamarines, West Thebarton and more.

Film & TV

Film review: Damage

This heartfelt, small-budget Adelaide film with an edge follows the odd-couple road trip of an Iraqi refugee taxi driver and an elderly woman who can’t quite remember where she needs to go.

Dance Dance

Dance review: ADT’s Cultivate: One

Australian Dance Theatre is celebrating the work of emerging artists with a bold triptych of new pieces exploring themes including the brain’s response to trauma, and language as a tool of colonial oppression.

Poet's Corner

Making the film ‘Painting South Australia, 1950–1955’. From left: J Campbell Dobbie, Stan Ostoja-Kotkowski (director), 'unknown friend with reflector', Douglas Roberts, Kristel (Kitty) Treloar and Mervyn Smith. Photo: Ian Davidson
Visual Art

From the modern to the contemporary – Adelaide’s evolving art scene

A fresh and comprehensive new narrative reveals how the Adelaide art scene post-World War II was an incubator of progressive ideas and talent, despite often being dismissed or disparaged in the wider mainstream history of Australian art.

Music The ASO's Ecstasy Music

Music review: The ASO's Ecstasy

To hear Anthony Marwood play Korngold’s Violin Concerto genuinely as a concerto and not as film music was revelatory, and so was Chloé van Soeterstède’s conducting in two much-loved works by Debussy and Rachmaninov.