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Adelaide Youth Theatre enchants with their first production of 2018, Shrek the Musical. Directed by Thomas Phillips, the fairy-tale features two alternating casts with both adult and youth performers.

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On Friday 19 January, the star-studded walkway overlooking the River Torrens and connecting Adelaide Festival Centre venues was launched to the world, featuring more than 130 names.

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Over the past few years Pelican Productions have run, in January, what they call Music Theatre Camps. These occur over two weeks, with children and teens from 8 to 19 having intensive training and instruction from professionals and experts in the field of musical theatre, all culminating in a showcase at the end.

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A single, female, psychiatrist, has just returned home to her small house in Randall Canyon, in the Hollywood hills. She locks up behind her, as a psychopath is roaming the Canyon, not killing women, but rendering them lobotomized and paralyzed.

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Robert Harling’s 1987 comedy-drama Steel Magnolias, made famous by Herbert Ross’ 1989 film of the same name, explores the complex yet quotidian lives of six Louisiana women, during their visits to a beauty salon.

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Following his successful 2017 season of Sense and Sensibility in garden locations, clever director Dave Simms (Blue Sky Theatre) this year re-imagines Sheridan’s 18th century comedy of manners in the exuberant primary colours and tabloid-fed rumour-mills of 1950’s London.

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A moving celebration of humanity through letters, poems & news records from the first world war era about the Christmas truce of 1914.

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From the creators of La Soirée comes a night of sassy entertainment, song, comedy & circus. Leave your coat & your hang-ups at the door and get your swizzle on.

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Christmas has arrived, and to celebrate the South Australian Light Opera Society (SALOS) have brought in this festive season with a variety show with something for everyone to enjoy.

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Taking place in the penthouse suite of a premier Vale hotel, the New Year celebrations of the Vale family are interrupted by the arrival of an uninvited guest, forcing long buried secrets to the surface.

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Accompanied by the delightful explanations and insights of conductor Stephen Mould, this journey through a small portion of Verdi’s work is a delight.

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