Entertaining Mr.Sloane was an important transitional work, moving away from the influence of Pinter and Rattigan and finding the way towards his later, more farcical works.
Taryn Brumfitt is a Photographer and owner of Sugar Plum Photography, a company business specialising in Children’s Portraitor and Weddings. This year she has entered SALA (South Australian Living Artists) for her very first time and is moving away from the traditional portrait photo and going all out with her photography ideas.
Show your support for the artwork at CIBO Espresso and you could win FREE coffee everyday for a whole year! It’s easy as voting for your favourite piece of art in CIBO Galleria’s Arancio exhibition now on show at 13 CIBO Espresso stores across Adelaide.
The Design Institute of Australia (SA Branch) celebrated World Industrial Design Day last week by launching an exhibition exploring recycled materials for coat hangers.
Ceramic artist Klaus Gutowski, a recent graduate from TAFE SA Adelaide College of the Arts is one of two Australian ceramists to be selected for an international ceramic exhibition in Alcora, Spain
It would be hard to find a more enjoyable way to spend a cold Sunday afternoon than in the company of such an enthusiastic and joyous group of singers.
This is a timely and relevant piece of theatre that deserves wider audiences; a schools tour would seem to be an ideal avenue.
The feathers will fly when Australia’s emerging and professional burlesque performers battle it out for the title of Miss Burlesque Australia across the country in July and August 2010!
Urban Myth Theatre of Youth is proud to announce that Adelaide born actor, singer and performer, Hugh Sheridan (best known for his role as Ben Rafter in the television series Packed to the Rafters) is now their patron.
Due to overwhelming demand in the U.K., the National Theatre has decided to add a bonus fifth NT Live event to the 2010 season, the sold-out hit play, London Assurance, which screens at Palace Nova Eastend on Saturday July 17 and Sunday July 18 at 1pm.
British cabaret performer, Sarah-Louise Young, brings three distinctly different characters to visit our Cabaret Festival, in an hilarious hour of monologues and music.
In 2007, at the age of 21, they were the youngest ever recipients of a Jonathon Larson Award,.
Aubrey is definitely a performer to watch. She sang a a stunning rendition of Astonishing
Sheridan not only sounds remarkably like Newley, in voice quality and phrasing, but he has also captured his stance and movements.
It has been running 21 consecutive years on London’s West End.
Benjamin Finn proved himself an impressive vocalist and the most charming of comedians.
Caroline O’Connor has become synonymous with the show, Chicago. Adelaide audiences are always pleased to have a visit from the local girl who made good. Fabulous!
The 10th Adelaide Cabaret Festival draws to a close this weekend after a sizzling two weeks of ticket sales, making the 2010 Festival the most successful Cabaret Festival ever.
Liz Callaway has appeared in countless musicals, concerts and cabaret performances. Her list of achievements is extensive.