Part erotic thriller, part Euro-hangout movie, SEBASTIAN MOORE reviews A Bigger Splash.
Director Danny Boyle and screenwriter Aaron Sorkin are less interested in mimicking history and more compelled by a personal fiction which seeks the essence of its subject, SEBASTIAN MOORE reviews.
Minister for Communications Mitch Fifield has announced that the current legislation preventing news organisations from distributing to over 75 per cent of the market would be repealed, TOM EDWARDS reports.
Abbott! The Musical. The very name brings a wry smile to your lips. After all what could be better than political satire about Australia’s most gaffe prone and incompetent Prime Minister in decades set to music. ASHLEIGH PISANI reviews.
Ever wanted to experience what Prohibition era Adelaide was like? Well look no further then Brillig’s Speakeasy Sessions at the Grace Emily Hotel. ASHLEIGH PISANI reviews.
Fierce. Freedom. Feminism. That’s what Dash and D’Bree Fierce evokes. ASHLEIGH PISANI reviews Dash and D’Bree Fierce.
It seemed every woman in Adelaide was at the Royalty Theatre on Saturday night for what turned out to be the ultimate girls night out. ASHLEIGH PISANI reviews Em Rusciano is NOT a Diva.
What better way to spend Valentine’s Day then with the Minister for Industry, Christopher Pyne? ASHLEIGH PISANI reviews ‘An evening with Annabel Crabb’.
Best of Adelaide Fringe: International Comedy Showcase had moments of hilarity while some of its humour fell flat, writes ASHLEIGH PISANI.
While Australia Day brings up the painful memories of British forces systematically killing vast tribal groups, Indigenous Australians anguish should be replaced with greater promotion of their own ancestry with a celebrated NAIDOC Week and a specialised ‘Indigenous Day’ annually, TOM EDWARDS writes.