Laughter is indeed “the best of meds” say three comedians taking part in a local Mental Health Month event that offers respite and celebrates resilience while also promising a whole lot of hilarity.
Australia’s catastrophic Black Summer bushfires are the inspiration for a new six-part ABC drama that co-creator Tony Ayres and actor Hunter Page-Lochard say focuses on the stories of heartache and heroism of ordinary people caught up in the disaster.
Solomon Kammer grew to fame through her portraits of endometriosis, but the artist, who is currently part of the Ramsay Art Prize Exhibition, is expanding her message – and her career is following at pace.
The ABC takes viewers back to the future through a 1980s newsroom in its latest compelling six-part drama The Newsreader.
An empathetic ride-along with two Adelaide paramedics offers a glimpse into life on and off the job in Rachael Mead’s novel The Application of Pressure, reviewed here through Writers SA’s literary criticism series A Year in Review.
Performers Damon Smith and Adam Coad shine a spotlight on mental illness with their intimate Cabaret Festival show.