Skilfully directed by Delia Olam to bring out the subtext, these two plays carry a considerable impact in the intimate confines of this venue.
In its short life, Slingsby has quickly become accustomed to success. This latest work looks set to have a similarly rosy future ahead of it.
Enda Walsh’s 2005 play is about three expatriate Irishmen from County Cork, a father and his two sons, who share a dilapidated council flat on London’s Walworth Road.
In the play’s best moments the character appear real. Watching it you almost feel like you are journalist tasked with interviewing them all.
Man Covets Bird tells the story of a young man, a young bird, and of growing up. This is the story about their journey to the big city, what they find there and what they make of themselves.
There is talk about town amongst funky shop owners and groovy designers, from Pt Elliot to Croydon I keep hearing about the Bowerbird Bazaar … and now I can see what the fuss is all about.
Bird in Hand winery will host baritone Teddy Tahu Rhodes and tenor David Hobson for one unforgettable performance this Sunday 7th March 2010 under the stars and amongst the vines.
Australia has many heroes from the Anzacs to Mary MacKillop, and on 7 February 2009, many more were added to the list.
One of Australia’s best-loved comedians of the 20th century ‘Roy Rene’ will be immortalised in the South Australian streetscape today with the unveiling of a bronze sculpture commissioned in the entertainer’s honour.
This is an absolute gem of a production, created from anonymous comments about their fathers that people left on a web site.
Todd Gray and Nic Krieg are 2009 graduates from Flinders University Drama Centre and they presented a self-devised and directed hour of comedy.
That much loved Irish Gypsy fiddle player, Aindrias de Staic, is back in town for one week only with the tale of his chaotic journey.
From belly dancing through to jazz, yoga, hip-hop and flamenco, tertiary dancers from all corners of Australia and New Zealand will descend upon TAFE SA Adelaide College of the Arts (AC Arts) for the 2010 Options Tertiary Dance Festival from 7 to 12 March.
Arielle Gray performs in three short absurdist plays that were written and directed by Luke Milton and feature original music by Steve Hearne.
Nekrotzar arises from his tomb intent on destroying the world with a meteor.
Garry Stewart’s premier season of his new work is an astounding piece of acrobatic artistry made to look simple by the Australian Dance Theatre ensemble.
Circus Oz distinguishes itself from most other acts of this ilk not only by the size of its ensemble, but by providing a visual feast to keep you energized.
Jimmy Dalton’s inane script is as out of focus as most holiday snaps, but that’s not to say this relatively quirky travelogue doesn’t have its moments.
In an obvious tribute to Jeff Wayne’s timeless musical adaptation of War of the Worlds, Project 2 have attempted to recreate the passion of HG Well’s immortal story The Time Machine.