This play is nothing short of a triumph, full of people who’ve been left off the stage for too long, and a piece of this country’s history largely ignored.
Feast Festival’s comedy line up has come to Raj House with The Dykeside – Two Left.
Mama Alto came to the Raj House foyer with an intimate show in her unique jazz-gospel style.
Produced on Broadway in 1965 this musical, by Dale Wasserman is based on the writings of Miguel de Cervantes (1547-1616), with music by Mitch Leigh and lyrics by Joe Darion
Venture Theatre Company presents a fun evening of pantomime with their latest production of Cinderella
The Carclew Dusk Arts Market will see Carclew House and its surrounds engulfed by colourfully curated market stalls, filled with the sounds of local bands, and jam-packed with food trucks and gin bars.
We sat down with Aladdin, Princess Jasmine and the Genie… or rather, the three lead actors from Disney’s Aladdin, to chat about the blockbuster stage show coming to Adelaide in April 2019.
This ‘coming of age’ parable sees Princeton leaving university with his shiny new BA and moving to Avenue Q. This is where he meets new friends, searches for his purpose and finds out that all that learning has not equipped him for real life!
From the pen of renowned author Tim Firth, The Flint Street Nativity is a comic gem. Anyone who has attended school plays for the early years of their children’s education will be able to relate to the characters, played, of course, by adults.
Finding Me Volume Three is the final, or book end, version of the Finding Me trilogy of 2018. The show has been in evolution since the Adelaide Fringe and has adapted according to the audience that they are about to present in front of.
She’s best known for roles in Carla Cametti PD, A Fistful of Flies and Packed to the Rafters—now Dina Panozzo is getting in touch with her roots in the State Theatre Company’s production of Elena Carapetis’ The Gods of Strangers.
Be a guest at one of the largest wedding receptions of the year as Say No More immerses the audience in the humorous, moving and sometimes tragic plights of a variety of women from different countries who have bravely chosen to share their stories.
After coming out on top at the local South Australian Teenage Fashion Awards, Ana Samaras took her win to the National level.
The Real Housewives of Melbourne star, Gamble Breaux, has added singing to her careers list, and she’s set to headline at Feast Festival this November.
War Sum Up is a 21st century electronic opera spectacular that musically brings to life the three stories of the archetypal war characters drawn from classic Noh dramas, a form of traditional Japanese theatre and one of the oldest in the world.
Multi-award winning movie Girls Always Happy starring long time actress and producer Nai An and rising star Yang Mingming takes a comedic glimpse at the complexities of an interdependent mother and daughter relationship. It is set in the Hutong province of China.
A world-renowned choreographer and monks from the Shaolin Temple come together to bring their Adelaide audience a jaw-dropping display of physical feats that will truly astonish all.
This musical double-bill, jointly hosted by OzAsia and Nexus Arts, brings together two outfits with the same aim: to fuse Australian jazz with Carnatic music (the indigenous sound of Southern India).
The Therry Dramatic Society brings Richard Alfieri’s Six Dance Lessons In Six Weeks to the Arts Theatre for their latest production.