The return of the ABC’s Back Roads this month will see host Heather Ewart embark on an odyssey along the Nullarbor Plain – beginning in a small South Australian town less than 100km from where the series’ debut episode was filmed.
Palace Nova will screen a showcase of ‘old and new favourites’ when it reopens its Prospect Cinema today – albeit with just 80 of the complex’s 670 seats available due to social distancing rules.
Cinemas and theatres may have been given the green light to reopen on June 1, but restrictions on audience numbers and other challenges mean South Australians shouldn’t expect an immediate flurry of fresh film screenings and live entertainment.
South Australian writer Rachael Mead’s new novel The Application of Pressure takes readers to the front line of emergency services work through the story of two paramedics constantly navigating across Adelaide at ‘lights and sirens’ speed.
Top South Australian choreographers, dancers and musicians are collaborating in isolation to create a social-distancing-inspired series of new dance pieces that will be performed and presented in a living-room-size space of just 2m x 2m.
What does a theatre company do when audiences can’t get to the theatre? In Theatre Republic’s case, it’s bringing the plays to the people.