Lost in the bush, some children discover an abandoned orphanage and, supernaturally caught there, they learn of Australia’s past through the spirits of previous child occupants.
Author Emily Morris
An absurdist story with analogous political overtones, sad statistics and an accomplished actor who sees the script for the first time on the night.
A fusion of movement, dance, music, humour & storytelling, based on the true story of 6 black students charged with the attempted murder of a white student.
Antillia is an exploration of fear and its insidious power over reason when a young couple’s lives are split apart thanks to an uninvited guest.
The Exhibitionist is a cracking mix of self-deprecating humour, astute observations and courageous gung-ho from the library of Gadsby.
Presenting like the lead in a movie, the Armani clad, uber-cool violin virtuoso presented a program of pure delight with handsome pianist Timothy Young.
At 25, Ray Chen is one of the most compelling young violinists in the world and will perform only one Adelaide concert as part of the Feast Festival.
SOSA has launched their 2015 season, featuring much-loved classics like Don Giovanni, Faust and the Verdi Requiem, and a number of smaller works.
RAW: Scope, showed off the best of Adelaide’s natural born artists in a 4-hour extravaganza of Visual Art, Fashion, Music, Photography, Performing Arts, Hair & Makeup.
The third and final opera in the Trilogy is inspired by the life of Mahatma Gandhi and his life-long search for truth through non-violent means.
The second opera of the Philip Glass Trilogy, presented by State Opera SA & the Adelaide Art Orchestra, is an extraordinary 4 hour experience like no other.
The first in the Philip Glass Trilogy of major operas, each presented by State Opera SA & the Adelaide Art Orchestra, They cycle of 3 plays 3 times over 3 weeks.
This summer, the Art Gallery of South Australia will turn dreams into reality with the most stylish of exhibitions, featuring more than 100 masterpieces of the world’s best haute couture.
Set from 1939 to 2008, this indigenous opera exposes interlinked stories of dispossession from the Cummeragunja Mission walk-off to the Stolen Generation.