Grounded in her own experience, Michèle Saint-Yves’ Clock for No Time is a play about disability, the father-daughter relationship and living in a world where it often feels like time is running out – and the writer-director is determined to ensure as many people as possible can see it.
Poet and performer Caroline Reid has revived Siarad – an engaging spoken-word performance about memory and mess, moving through and moving on – for a return season at the COMEBACK Festival at Goodwood Theatre & Studios.
Adelaide nurse and comedian Georgie Carroll has written a touchingly funny and sometimes daring account of her life on the health system’s frontline.
Fans of Nick Cave, get ready to trade in the piano for some ukuleles as Come Sail Your Ships… Again hits the Grace Emily. ★★★★
Lobethal, Encounter Bay, the Burnside Village Shopping Centre – no stone goes unturned as Peter Goers takes to the stage with an ode to South Australia. ★★★ ½
This Asian feature film starts off as a quirky love story between two ‘weirdos’ but makes a risky gear change mid-romance.