STREAMING: From two killer black comedy-dramas to an Australian whodunit and a documentary dive into the unknown with actress Miriam Margolyes, these recommended series all have one thing in common: death.
PHOTOGRAPHY: A new exhibition at the SA Museum offers a window on the natural world through photographs capturing surreal landscapes and creatures ranging from a tiny amphipod to a 23m-long beached fin whale being circled by sharks.
Steven ter Horst celebrates the opening of a second chocolate shop with new products and free hot chocolate, while a revamped wholefoods stall with a new café serves up healthy bites and raw delights in the Adelaide Central Market.
The 2019 OzAsia Festival has unveiled a program including the return of wild Japanese pop show Miss Revolutionary Idol Berserker, a new work by choreographer Akram Khan, a Beirut-inspired vinyl cabaret and a play that recasts the birth of Adelaide.
ON STAGE: Inspired by an evocative painting and exploring themes of love, memory and loss of innocence, the ‘lost opera’ Christina’s World is being brought to life once more in the intimate setting of the State Opera Studio.
The publisher of a hard-cover book showcasing the ‘faces and food’ of the Fleurieu Peninsula is now set to release a second book sharing the stories behind 50 of the region’s winemakers, craft brewers and distillers.
GALLERY: SALA has come early to the Art Gallery of South Australia with an exhibition by ceramicist Honor Freeman featuring beautiful works cast from everyday objects such as old hankies, buckets and used bars of soap.