Prasanna Godakumbura, a Sri Lankan-born adopted Australian, is one of several South Australians who’ve recently reclaimed their birth name as a way of “taking back my identity and coming back to who I was originally”.
True Ability Theatre co-creative director Kelly Vincent says the company’s latest theatrical production, UnSeen – a montage of monologues presented by a ‘100 per cent disabled cast’ – puts marginalised stories centre-stage.
From mushrooms shooting through the soil to healthy tussocks swaying in the wind, academics and volunteers are noticing change in Tuthangga Park following the cultural burn in May. City of Adelaide officials say the pilot will be repeated in the city’s green belt.
The latest EP from Ricky Albeck, son of country music royalty Beccy Cole and acclaimed fiddler Mick Albeck, proves the musician is more than just his parent’s son.
Cherry Darlings Bakehouse alumnus Elliott Jade has launched meat- and dairy-free delicatessen No Harm No Fowl, stocking plant-based versions of deli favourites, such as corned beef, chorizo, arancini and ‘pizzazz pockets’.
Adelaide City Council has mandated that all staff, contractors, volunteers, trainees and interns must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by December 20.
Art collective The Bait Fridge and sister musical outfit Slowmango let CityMag into their costume-filled Kent Town studio to sit in on a laughing choir session, where all senses of self were dissolved.