A former school teacher, Thomas swapped his whiteboard marker for a mic, and hasn’t looked back.
The 20th anniversary of the popular Unley Gourmet Gala street party will officially launch the newly upgraded King William Road precinct this Wednesday.
Within Adelaide’s newest revamped premier shopping and dining destination, Tourrific will extend from the recently opened new Council and community building, Payinthi, past the Palace Nova cinema complex to Meze Mazi.
Carclew’s Residency Program provides talented young arts practitioners with the opportunity to reside in a space for 12 months as they develop their artform, gain industry support and expand their professional networks.
Adelaide experimental music duo GIRL released their debut album ‘Masc‘ in October last year and to celebrate, they are […]
Project and Development grants support the realisation of creative projects, skills development and career progression. This round will see $98,772.82 offered to filmmakers, visual artists, theatre companies and a regional media organisation.
St Jerome’s Laneway Festival has announced that the Girls Rock! Stage will return to Adelaide leg of the event for a second year.
Bombshell from director Jay Rouch, is a biographical drama following the story of the downfall of Fox News founder Roger Ailes after sexual allegations were filed against him. Whilst not the first on screen adaptation of this story, Bombshell puts its women to the front, driving the narrative and delving into the complexities of being a woman in a visual medium dominated by men where part of the job description is selling yourself and proving your loyalty to the man.
Every day, Bridgette would look out the window, waiting for her dad to come home. But he never did. She refused to accept that he was gone. For years, she waited by the window.
Chipped, white paint framed two open windows, which wore lace curtains that blew with the wind. Copper eaves seemed to hold up an attic, the feel of it making Bonnie feel uncomfortable, but what bugged her the most was the wide open door, which seemed to entice her to enter.