Written by author and electoral educator Krys Saclier, with fun illustrations by political cartoonist Cathy Wilcox, Vote 4 Me is a story about the fictional Mount Mayhem Public School and the students’ desire to elect a new class representative to instil some much-needed change to their school.
After seven years with the Australian String Quartet (ASQ), this will be the final year for its much-loved cellist Sharon Grigoryan, who become one of Australia’s most highly- regarded cellists, and a cherished member of the ASQ family.
You have heard it before, but supporting your local business is more important now than ever! We are especially lucky in Australia, and South Australia, to have so many local Aboriginal businesses to support in our current economy.
The South Australian Youth Arts Theatre Co has announced their Creative School Holiday Hangs program for kids aged 4 to 16 years old.
Good time powerhouse, Thunderbus Road, is ready to switch up their game plan this year by stepping away from their ‘non-wine-tour wine tour’ project and charging into a more rewarding venture.
Local Hawthorn café The Pantry on Egmont has been listed in the RSPCA’s top three South Australian Human Food Eateries as a part of their Choose Wisely directory.
The Adelaide Film Festival has programmed a weekend of screening films shot in South Australia to celebrate the re-opening of cinemas across the state.
If you have strolled down bustling Rundle Mall in the past two years, there’s no doubt you would have come across That Coffee Guy. Identified by his bright red Piaggio Apé, warm and neighbourly attitude, and heavenly coffee, Yiannis Stamos served everything from cappuccinos to cupcakes from his beloved coffee cart to the community of Rundle Mall for 18 months. But in December 2019, Rundle Mall’s favourite barista packed up his coffee cart one last time for a bit of a sea change, literally.
State Theatre Company and ActNow Theatre have teamed up to present a series of isolation-inspired stories with over 30 of South Australia’s finest established and emerging artists.
In an Australian-first, girls as young as four will have the opportunity to feel empowered to participate in STEM activities in Australian classrooms, through an emphasis on play-based learning.