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Sasha Zahra comes full circle at Windmill

THE BUSINESS OF ART | The lessons of a lifetime spent working in arts institutions – from the Adelaide Fringe to Restless Dance Theatre – are helping Windmill Theatre Company associate director Sasha Zahra steer home the remount season of Amphibian this week, amid gut-wrenchingly relevant international tragedy.

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Theatre review: Glengarry Glen Ross

If there was ever a text to expose the desperation and fear masked by old-school masculinity, Glengarry Glen Ross would be it: four real estate agents sized up against each other in a sales competition that sees the winner take home a Cadillac, the runner-up awarded steak knives, and the others lose their jobs.

Film & TV

Film review: Pig

Nicolas Cage makes a return to the type of interesting movies he was known for earlier in his career with a beautifully filmed story about a former city chef living in the wilderness whose rustic life is uprooted when his beloved truffle pig is stolen.


Dance review: ADT’s Objekt

Australian Dance Theatre explores the objectification of the human body in this remounted work by Garry Stewart which is exciting, hypnotic and also, at times, uncomfortable to watch.

Visual Art

Space invaders: What makes good public art?

Whether it’s beautiful, humorous, provocative or poignant, public art needs that X factor to be successful. In the second article in a two-part series, John Neylon highlights some prime examples in Adelaide.

The centrepiece of the 2022 Adelaide Festival will be Barrie Kosky’s new production of Rimsky-Korsakov’s The Golden Cockerel, an opera the celebrated director says is weird and wonderful ­– part fairytale, part psychological drama and part political satire.

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Barrie is back for the 2022 Adelaide Festival with a fairytale Russian opera

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Visual Art

Barbara Hanrahan's works shimmer with life, sex, anger, humour and death

On the 30th anniversary of her untimely death, the visionary, iconoclastic spirit of much-loved South Australian artist Barbara Hanrahan blazes forth from more than 180 works on paper in this extensive survey exhibition.


Bold concert hall vision for Festival Plaza

Respected South Australian architect Guy Maron has created an ambitious new vision for an Adelaide concert hall, to be situated between the Festival Theatre and the Dunstan Playhouse.

Visual Art

APY Gallery forced to find new Adelaide home

Adelaide’s APY Gallery is being forced to look for a new home in the city, with the lease on its thriving exhibition space and artist studio in Light Square set to end prematurely early next year.

Visual Art

In the Studio with Tom Phillips

In the artist-filled warehouse of Bowden’s praxis ARTSPACE, Tom Phillips is on a solitary quest to capture humanity at its most vulnerable and melancholic.

In the Studio

Poet's Corner