Liz Skitch is naughty, but nice, and her mischievous sense of humour and cheeky smile let her get away with just about anything.
Following a sold out 2010 Adelaide Fringe season, Australian pianist/songwriter/vocalist Georgie Aue (Solartricity, Georgie Aue Trio, Selah) is returning for an extended version of her show ‘A Norah Jones Tribute’ to the 2010 Cabaret Fringe Festival.
The 2010 Cabaret Fringe kicked off with the Royal Gala, a taste of things to come, with a small selection of acts from the 40 that will be appearing during the month.
“It’s not often (alas) you can see a theatre production set and acted in a bar where you get served by the actors on arrival!” Terri-Louise Kelly (Independent Weekly).
Southeast Asian culture will be on display at The Art Gallery of South Australia on Sunday 6 June as part of START at the Gallery.
For their fist concert of the year The Firm presented soprano, Greta Bradman, and pianist, Leigh Harrold, accompanying her in an evening of vocal works.
The cultural ‘disasterpiece’ THE ROOM is back! The phenomenon that’s been screening to packed late night shows at Palace Nova Eastend is back for a return season from
Saturday June 12.
Mixed Salad Productions have quickly established a reputation for quality work. Their latest production looks set to generate more praise.
It was in 1964 when The Beatles landed at Adelaide Airport. A third of the city’s population lined the streets for a glimpse of the Fab Four’s motorcade, throwing rose petals at their car. It comes then as no surprise that today, 46 years on, the opportunity to relive those distant memories and indulge in this genius take on The Beatles was to be so popular here in Adelaide.
Check out the winning entry ‘Sugar Waffles with Chocolate’
The arrival of Buddhism in South East Asia in the early first millennium created a great surge of inspiration by artists
It is a surprising treat to discover that the tale of The Ugly Duckling can hold just as much appeal to adults as it does for children
Lisa Flanagan gives a warm and sensitive performance as she tells the stories of major events through the remembrances of friends and family members.
Director, Corey McMahon, has assembled a fine cast and crafted a strong piece of theatre that will not quickly be forgotten by those that see it.
Irish author, Oliver Goldsmith’s, enduring comedy of manners dates from 1773, is still often performed today.
TAFE SA Adelaide College of the Arts (AC Arts) Diploma of Costume for Performance students rewind to the fifties as part of SA History Week on Wednesday 26 May.
Shoshana Bean, star of the Broadway smash hits Wicked and Hairspray, is coming to Adelaide!