Theatre is made to fire debate. Join the State Theatre Company South Australia for a series of debates around the themes of each play in their 2021 Season, supported by the State Library of South Australia.
This Tangent talk is based on Eureka Day by Jonathan Spector - an hilarious and ultimately compassionate play about inoculation, disagreement and the lengths parents will go to keep their children safe. Hear from a panel of speakers from the academic and artistic realms, as they explore the themes of this topical play.
Tangent is presented by State Theatre Company South Australia and supported by State Library of South Australia.
To keep our staff and customers safe we continue to follow the physical distancing, building capacity limits and increased hygiene practises outlined by the State Government.
When entering the State Library check-in either by:
* scanning the QR code using the COVID-Safe Check-in app or
* completing the contract tracing form and placing it in the box provided.
Please wear a mask and sanitise your hands at the sanitiser stations provided.
How do I get to the State Library by public transport?
The 'State Library, Art Gallery, Museum' tram-stop is just outside the State Library. There are bus stops close by near the War Memorial on North Terrace. The closest train station is the Adelaide city station on North Terrace.
You can plan your journey via Adelaide Metro.
Is there car parking near the State Library?
The nearest car park is Wilson's Adelaide Central car park, 225 North Terrace, next to David Jones.
There is paid metered street parking along Kintore Ave and Victoria Drive.
Where is the wheelchair and stroller access?
Access to the Spence Wing first floor and the Mortlock Chamber is via the lift in the glass foyer entrance of the library.
There is on-street disabled parking available in the nearby roads. View more information and maps of Adelaide City Council's Disability parking for permit holders.
How do I check if the Mortlock Chamber is open when I plan to visit?
You can visit the Mortlock Chamber on the ground floor to look at the exhibition bays. The upper levels of the Mortlock Wing include quiet study areas.
Is there a cafe at the State Library?
Yes, the State Library Cafe by St Raphaels located on the ground floor in the glass foyer.
Theatre is made to fire debate. Get the story behind the story with State Theatre Company South Australia’s Tangent Talk series, supported by the State Library of South Australia