Twelve women meet in a public toilet. They talk about men and the rites of relationships between men and women. Playwright, Maureen Duffy describes her work as a black farce, a style of drama derived from the medieval morality where the devil and all his works were often funny as well as fearful.
In the midst of these winter blues we’re sure you want something to look forward to, and it doesn’t get better than copious amounts of food, live music, a heck load of cool bars, rides sporting events and games. That’s right, Food Truck Carnivale will be held at Semaphore Beach this summer.
The world’s premier theatrical ice skating company, The Imperial Ice Stars, returns to Adelaide starting…
This cabaret compendium is a well-structured programme of Lehrer’s satirical songs, both famous and obscure.
The Imperial Ice Stars have brought to Adelaide the story of Swan Lake in a very special way.
Based on the classic book by E. B. White, Joseph Robinette’s adaptation of Charlotte’s Web is a one hour play version of the story with a reduced cast of eight who portray all the key roles. We follow Wilbur, the runt of a litter of pigs, saved from becoming ham by a young girl named Fern. When he eventually becomes too big for the farm everything seems lost – until he makes the acquaintance of a helpful spider, Charlotte.
Tea Tree Players Youth chose an unknown play for their latest offering. Written by John Rawson and Rob Smith, with music by Roslyn Jennings
Thousands of votes have been cast, and more than 300 Australian features – fiction and documentary – have been named as audience favourites in Adelaide Film Festival’s global poll for the top three Australian films of all time.
Proof doesn’t shy away from its subject matter as it explores genius, and its propensity to affect the mental health of those who have the ability to see things far beyond the reach of most day to day humans.
Get excited for the explosion of culture and festivities that will grace the Adelaide Festival Centre in October with perennial favourite OzAsia Festival which have given us a sneak peek into their 2018 lineup!
The critically acclaimed duo of Tyler Joseph and Josh Dunill embark on their fifth and biggest Aussie tour to date this December… and they want to give you first access to the tickets!
Port Adelaide’s Winterfest is back this year bigger and better after the overwhelmingly positive response last year.
IpSkip Productions’ founder and Resident Director, Nathan Quadrio is branching away from adult plays such as Educating Rita and Steel Magnolias to produce and direct his and the company’s first children’s show, Joseph Robinette’s stage version of E. B. White’s delightful children’s novel, Charlotte’s Web.
This year’s SALA exhibition, Artists in Residence, supports our locals and Adelaide’s largest not-for-profit community housing provider.
Walker Books Australia has announced a ground-breaking collection of Young Adult (YA) short stories by LGBTQIA+ Australian authors.
We all miss the Adelaide Fringe Festival—but pine no longer, because this month there’s an opportunity to satisfy your festival cravings with one of 2018’s hottest shows, ‘How To Drink Wine Like A Wanker’, complete with a wine tasting!
There’s always a story behind the outer façade of ordinary people and Two explores the somewhat humorous, sometimes depressing lives of those found in a local English pub.
The greatest hits from Queen are hitting South Australia in We Will Rock You, the latest production from Matt Byrne to take to the stage in Adelaide.
The SAM Awards entries are open! And we are excited to celebrate Adelaide’s incredible music scene.
Adelaide and London based theatre producer GWB Entertainment has opened the iconic musical production of The King and I to rave reviews and critical acclaim at the world-renowned London Palladium in the West End.