When the Adelaide Festival booked Lior to perform the newly commissioned Chamber version of Compassion, he found that he was on stage with that show for two performances with a two-day gap in between. So what better idea than to do a one man gig on the Saturday night?
Browsing: Arts Festivals
This is gripping theatre without a momentary lag or missed beat.
In the pleasant surroundings of the Ukaria Cultural centre this concert opens with the Bach piece ‘Erbarme dich’ – Have mercy my God from the St Matthew’s Passion
This world premiere performance is a charming, accessible, entertaining and cleverly educational show which deserves to be seen, heard and enjoyed by children and their carers for many years to come.
What a feast of glorious music in the wonderful setting of St Peter’s Cathedral.
Dazzling Dan, Daring Don, Dramatic Drew and Ravishing Richardo (aka Daniel Daminato, Don Gagliardi, Drew Ames and Richard Milne) are a talented crew of local magicians and members of the International Brotherhood of Magicians,
Matt Okine’s going to the Olympics in this fast-paced, perfectly timed, roaringly funny show. Luckily, he’s willing to bring his audience on his journey from pauper to champion.
So we’ve come to that time of year again when, amidst the madness of March,…
An exploration of modern music with a man and his loop station.
Michael Griffiths channels Kylie Minogue in this disco-fuelled cabaret.
A fantastic, entertaining night from start to finish, if you can keep up with where he’ll take you
Brought to Adelaide by creative minds from the Netherlands, this is a show that presents the audience with an unusual telling of World War I, imaginatively using miniature models and sets to tell its story.
Iowa-born Mike Hadreas—alias Perfume Genius—oozed sex appeal and cool confidence in a dreamily executed performance last night at the Riverbank Palais
Taking Sister Act as her hymn book, and Whoopi Goldberg’s “ Word “ as her gospel , Kaitlyn Rogers is driven to share this truth of Sass with one and all.
Jason Pestell: Kmart is Life – we’ve all seen the memes and if you are an avid Kmart shopper than you live by the motto that Kmart should be renamed to “Shut up and take my money”
Oprah and Ellen ain’t got nothing on these two!
RCC is back for another Fringe this year, again on the banks of the Torrens at Pinky Flat. It’s a triumphant return and there are some amazing things to see and do down at the Royal Croquet Club this year. Check out our guide to 10 Things To Do At RCC In 2018.
Adopted into a family of beautiful swans, Duckie doesn’t quite belong, and after being tossed out onto the street she has to rely on her strength and perseverance to achieve her bold ambitions of grandeur.