On Friday 8 June Adelaide’s favourite live music venue, The Gov, showed off what it’s there for as Sarah Blasko and Ryan Downey graced the stage.
Em Rusciano is fast becoming one of the most popular, talented, and benevolent entertainers in Australia. It was with bated breath that the full-house of the Festival Theatre awaited her arrival onto the stage. The eager audience were not disappointed.
A cute collection of farm-themed activities for toddlers. Learn how to make horse handprints, grow your own radishes and sing a farmyard song while you whip up some fruit and vegetable snacks.
New teacher, Miss Corker is totally overwhelmed by class 4F who are the worst in the school and, recognising her weaknesses, they make life even more difficult for her.
Librarian Annie Spence uses letters to share her lifelong love affair with books and reading, and what particular books have meant to her.
With two stellar performers like these there is not much to say that hasn’t been said. Nancye Hayes has been gracing musical stages from her debut as a leading lady in Sweet Charity (1967) to playing Mrs Higgins in My Fair Lady not so long ago. She keeps working, in both musicals and plays, and keeps smiling. Her friendship with Todd McKenney is obvious. They have worked together for many years, since they met playing in 42nd Street. Todd has been an Australian favourite for many years both on Stage and on TV, and he has the same irrepressible optimism.
With more than a hundred recipes, this cookbook is something suitable for exercise freaks and lazy sloths alike. The recipes are easy, tasty and, more importantly, healthy.
Finding Me Volume II is the latest creation from Adelaide artists Phi Theodoros and James Dean. They foster a safe space, as audience members are warmly greeted and offered cookies before the show
The suave members of Modern Maori Quartet glide onto stage in matching tuxedoes and bow ties, instantly setting the mood for a luxurious cabaret performance.
The Silent Revolution is equal parts a coming of age story and a snapshot of Germany in a time of fracture.
Hereditary is the must-see horror hit of 2018 which leaves its audience in shock, disturbed uncertainty and muscle-clenching tension.
It’s no wonder the Family Gala has been a great favourite for the past few years. It was a riot of music, songs, dance and amazing tricks with hoops on roller skates plus a juggling bear and that was just the first 3 acts!
UK historian, archaeologist and television presenter, Alexander Langlands, goes back in time to look at the art of traditional crafts and what we have lost through factory-style production, including the ability to think in a considered way about what we are making.
As one half of the famous Carpenters singing duo, Richard Carpenter had the world at his feet. Although dubiously endorsed by American President Richard Nixon as being ‘what’s true and best about America’, they continued their hit-making ways for years. It wasn’t until his sister Karen’s sad death in 1983 that Richard Carpenter faced the harsh realities of pop stardom.
Opening with Mercedes Benz and including legendary numbers such as Try (just a little bit harder), Ball and Chain and Little Girl Blue, Janis: Undead is a musical journey through the very short career of Janis Joplin.
Armed only with her instincts and some scant personal information from a brief encounter, frustrated journalist Sarah Burrows jets off to Europe with her ex’s best mate in search of a missing person. But to get the story, they’ll have to learn to navigate Europe and their tricky personal circumstances.
Originally a 1942 film starring Bing Crosby and Fred Astaire, later developed as a stage musical by Gordon Greenberg and Chad Hodge. It translates to the stage remarkably well.
Lawyer Peter Tanner is asked to defend a self-made construction mogul who is accused of killing her partner but, as he wades through construction and corruption, the situation gets as murky as the water at Botany Bay.
Pirates, monsters, missing friends and tales of the high seas continue the complicated and bizarre life of Arthur Penhaligon when a hospital room fills with water, turning into the menacing Border Sea complete with sailing ships…
Pint-sized New Yorker and singing powerhouse, Christina Bianco, is in town to present her rib-achingly hilarious Me, Myself and Everyone Else – a show definitely not to be missed at this year’s Cabaret Festival!