The Zephyr Quartet’s Between Light returns to the stage for the third time since its creation in 2014.
Author Nicola Woodford
Tongue in cheek representations of Hell and the classic Faustian deal abound in the Unseen Theatre Company’s latest Terry Pratchett adaptation, Eric.
Nosferatutu is a bizarre combination of cabaret spectacular and gothic pantomime, written by Tommy Bradson and directed by Sheridan Harbridge.
Fangirls is an upcoming original musical by Sydney playwright Yve Blake, under commission by the Australian Theatre for Young People. Set to premiere in early 2019, we are offered a rare workshop performance at the Adelaide Cabaret Festival this season.
Finding Me Volume II is the latest creation from Adelaide artists Phi Theodoros and James Dean. They foster a safe space, as audience members are warmly greeted and offered cookies before the show
The suave members of Modern Maori Quartet glide onto stage in matching tuxedoes and bow ties, instantly setting the mood for a luxurious cabaret performance.
Frank Forbes and the Yahoo Boy is a heartfelt play, written and directed by Adelaide local Matt Hawkins. It explores relationships and the importance of forgiveness – with plenty of wry jokes sprinkled throughout.
Daniel Sloss berates you for your choice of breakfast beverages (among other things), and makes you enjoy it.
Murder is rarely so magical. Can you solve the mystery before the actors do?
Michael Griffiths channels Kylie Minogue in this disco-fuelled cabaret.
Tim Motley combines wry humour with noir Hollywood and classic magic in 6 Quick Dick Tricks: A Dirk Darrow Investigation.
Watch and marvel as these Australian talents bring ancient tragedy to life in Thyestes.
The JustAss League presents a slice of DC Comic’s raunchy nightlife in Club Gotham: Villains of Vaudeville. In the privacy of the intimate Nexus Arts theatre, villains and heroes battle in sequinned costumes.
Adelaide Youth Theatre enchants with their first production of 2018, Shrek the Musical. Directed by Thomas Phillips, the fairy-tale features two alternating casts with both adult and youth performers.
From the creators of La Soirée comes a night of sassy entertainment, song, comedy & circus. Leave your coat & your hang-ups at the door and get your swizzle on.
Independent Theatre reverently adapts Evelyn Waugh’s Brideshead Revisited in their final production of 2017, exploring youthful passion, Catholic guilt, and the enigmatic Flyte family.
The Australian Ballet’s Gala Spectacular was an opportunity for the company to show-case their best performers, featuring only “the cream of Australia’s very best dancers”.
Angelique embraces absurdity and the extraordinary. Local theatre company isthisyours? does not content themselves with a simple narrative, but present an interactive backstage experience with cast members masquerading as ushers turned tour guides.
This weekend OzAsia welcomes The Ongals, the South Korean comedy troupe spectacular we never knew we were missing. The Ongals consist of four men all sporting colourful, oversized baby’s clothes and bibs – literally wearing their childlike approach to circus and comedy on their sleeves.