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The Woman in Black review – a playfully meta ghost romp with heavy-handed jump scares
Dunstan Playhouse, Adelaide, then touring nationally
Led by TV mainstays John Waters and Daniel MacPherson, this Australian run of a workmanlike West End staple is a safely spooky night at the theatre

Walter Marsh

17, May, 2024 @1:26 AM

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‘Where will the goths go?’: the fight to save Adelaide’s beloved ‘Cranker’ pub from high-rise plans
Thousands hit the streets on Sunday to protest plans to turn the 171-year-old Crown and Anchor, a pub and live music venue, into 19 storeys of student accommodation

Walter Marsh

29, Apr, 2024 @12:07 AM

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‘Candid’, ‘remarkable’, ‘beguiling’: the best Australian books out in April
Each month Guardian Australia editors and critics pick the upcoming titles they have already devoured – or can’t wait to get their hands on

Steph Harmon, Catriona Menzies-Pike, Celina Ribeiro, Walter Marsh, Paul Daley and Sian Cain

04, Apr, 2024 @2:00 PM

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‘I want to be a Clifty’: Charmian Clift’s unfinished last novel finally gets its moment
More than 60 years after it was put aside to help her husband George Johnston write My Brother Jack, Clift’s novel The End of the Morning is being published

Walter Marsh

31, Mar, 2024 @2:00 PM

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‘We’ve had one fight in 15 years’: is the Grace Emily hotel Australia’s best music venue?
One of Adelaide’s oldest pubs is now a beloved live music institution. Musicians John Darnielle and Tim Rogers share why they love it – and how a mixtape from a stranger saved the You Am I frontman’s life

Walter Marsh

23, Mar, 2024 @11:00 PM

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Life after a traumatic brain injury: ‘It took me over a year to find out I had an accident’
Caroline Laner Breure always wanted to be perfect. Then an accident left her in a coma. As she pieced her brain and body back together, her idea of perfection was transformed

Walter Marsh

23, Mar, 2024 @11:00 PM

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Hannah Gadsby on culture wars, pot-stirring and Picasso: ‘I created that circus. I don’t need to watch it’
Australian comedian hopes returning to the stage will help them reconnect with the immediacy of standup

Walter Marsh

03, Mar, 2024 @2:00 PM

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Adelaide festival 2024: giant whalebones pierce the sunset for ‘transformative’ opening night
The ambitious opening statement is taking over the city’s most popular beach, ahead of a festival that marries big names with moving stories of Country

Walter Marsh

01, Mar, 2024 @1:32 AM

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Laurie Anderson on making an AI chatbot of Lou Reed: ‘I’m totally, 100%, sadly addicted’
Anderson’s experiments with language-based AI predated ChatGPT – with one machine modelled on her dead husband that her friends ‘just can’t stand’

Walter Marsh

28, Feb, 2024 @2:00 PM

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The dancers with disability exploring sex and love: ‘Once you open the floodgates, it’s pretty interesting’
For 30 years, Restless Dance Theatre has been empowering its performers to use dance to tackle topics rarely broached on or off the stage

Walter Marsh

20, Feb, 2024 @2:00 PM

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‘The real thing almost didn’t turn me on enough’: how is online porn shaping the sex lives of young men?
One academic says the ubiquity of digital sex is ‘an astonishing historical departure’. The first generation of those raised on it are now reckoning with it

Walter Marsh

27, Jan, 2024 @7:00 PM

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‘David Bromley runs this town’: are there hidden depths to the popular, divisive Australian artist?
If you think you’ve never seen his work: you definitely have. A documentary about the ubiquitous painter reveals the tragedy behind his compulsive creation

Walter Marsh

21, Jan, 2024 @2:00 PM

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