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Film & TV

Film review: Dune

Director Denis Villeneuve’s breathtaking adaptation of Dune shows that Frank Herbert’s epic 1965 science-fiction novel was not ‘unfilmable’ after all.

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Review: Australian Dance Theatre's 'G'

Garry Stewart marks his departure as artistic director of ADT in a restaging of his bold and iconoclastic G: 60 minutes of raw, frenetic energy in a deconstruction that obliterates every trace of sentimentality from the romantic narratives of the classic 19th century ballet, Giselle.


Great Southern Land

The digital exhibition celebrating 40 years of the History Trust of South Australia continues today with a look at explorers and settlers. 

Adelaide Festival

Adelaide Festival reveals 'feisty and defiant' 2022 line-up

Adelaide Festival has unveiled a 2022 program featuring Australian and international artists in more than 70 events, including a free opening night acrobatics and music ‘extravaganza’ at the Oval, Patricia Piccinini’s soaring Skywhales, a major dance work performed by 38 dancers from 14 African nations, and an oratorio about the 1972 murder of law lecturer George Duncan.


Green Room: A fitting finale, making Light work

SA arts and culture news in brief: Australian Dance Theatre’s latest show marks the end of an era, Light’s founders recognised with national philanthropy award, Patch Theatre to hit the road again in 2022, and Illuminate Adelaide announces the recipients of its graduate pathway program.

This new Danish film featuring Another Round star Mads Mikkelsen is not quite the predictable revenge thriller it first seems.

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Film review: Riders of Justice

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Books & Poetry

Hannah Kent’s Devotion was inspired by her own love story

Jo Case talks to internationally acclaimed Adelaide Hills writer Hannah Kent about her new historical novel Devotion, a queer love story with a supernatural twist, partially set in 19th-century South Australia.

Theatre Theatre

Theatre review: Dry

In Catherine Fitzgerald’s grim comedy of climate crisis, two sisters cling desperately to the remnants of their unsustainable rural heritage on a South Australian property.


State Theatre promises rallying cries and torch songs in 2022

A court-side tribute to Evonne Goolagong Cawley, a Dylan-inspired jukebox musical, and a new production of Michelle Law’s Single Asian Female are among highlights of State Theatre Company SA’s newly-unveiled 2022 program.


All the colours of Country: Tarnanthi 2021 launches

Tarnanthi Festival celebrates the depth and breadth of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art across Australia – and from psychedelic paintings to mesmerising moving image works, there is plenty to see in this year’s more that 60 exhibitions and events.

Books & Poetry

Book extract: Hometown Haunts

The horror stories in this new Australian YA collection range from ‘straight-up terrifying rollercoaster rides’ to those rooted in society’s deepest fears. The story extracted here takes readers on a mercy-dash road trip that goes chillingly awry.


Animal Companions

Our digital exhibition for the 40th anniversary of the History Trust of South Australia continues with a look at the role animals have played in the history of SA.

Visual Art

In the Studio with Regine Schwarzer

From her backyard studio in Bridgewater, Regine Schwarzer is sharing skills that have been cut and polished across 40 years and two hemispheres.

In the Studio

Poet's Corner