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Review: PJ Harvey at Thebarton Theatre

A stuttering drumroll heralds the arrival of PJ Harvey onstage, sliding in as one in a line of black-clothed musicians who are either hitting marching band drum…

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Film Review: Lion

Lion is a powerful, tear-jerking examination of identity with leads Sunny Pawar and Dev Patel doing excellent work.…

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Meet Your Maker: Dan Withey

Dan Withey is a lot like his paintings; unpretentious and full of energy with a self-deprecating humour that is sure to make you smile.…

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Che Chorley’s Bicycle Diaries

Photographer Che Chorley set out on an ambitious photographic journey in July 2016: to cycle along the entire South Australian coastline, solo. The Adelaide Rev…

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Film Review: Jackie

Chilean director Pablo Larrain’s first film outside his home country (and shot virtually back-to-back with Neruda, another non-biopic about a misunderstood figu…

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Film Review: Edge of Seventeen

Hailee Steinfeld (from the Coens’ remake of True Grit, Pitch Perfect 2 and plenty more) is the best reason to catch this, the first film written, directed and p…

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Profile: Nancy Downes

Through her installation, painting and sculpture work, Nancy Downes explores the complex psychological, emotional and physical layers that make us human beings.…

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