Award winning Australian playwright, Van Badham, brings together two very different, but equally strong women, Eve and Manpreet, and looks at their relationships with the same man, Tom, and with each other.
Author Barry Lenny
This is a “feel-good” show that anybody can enjoy for its pseudo-Scottish music, lively dance routines, and laughs.
This is an exceptional piece that goes well past being a dance performance, with layer after layer revealing more and more.
Michael Gow’s play, about three Australian families on their respective summer holidays at the end of 1967, has been a staple of theatre groups since it was written.
This is a remarkable and worthwhile joint effort by so many talented people of all ages and backgrounds, a true community involvement. If you can still get a ticket you will be glad that you did.
You will not leave the theatre unmoved by this excellent piece of work, so be sure to make a date soon with Hedda Gabler.
Mel Brooks wrote this 12 Tony Award winning musical, based on the Academy Award winning 1968 hit film starring Zero Mostel and Gene Wilder, which he also wrote and directed.
The innovative theatre company, Slingsby, has joined forces with State Opera to create a “family opera”, based on the nonsense poetry of Edward Lear.
Stepping into the theatre, audiences will be transported to the lavish and magical strangeness of a carnival of the Victorian era
Iris’s goldfish has died, and she thinks he has been reincarnated as a man she finds on the beach. Make every effort to see this engaging work while you can.
A Pulitzer prize winning novel, an Academy Award nominated film directed by Orson Welles, and now a great stage play by Rob Croser. Rush for tickets, as this is sure to draw huge crowds.
This is a nicely stylish piece with a wickedly witty script, There are plenty of laughs to be had in this clever production.
St. Jude’s Players have every right to be proud of what is being presented, and they deserve full houses every night. Make sure you get a ticket if you want to see some first class theatre.
This is a production that would be hard to beat. Do not wait too long to book your tickets for this one.
This concert moved some of the audience to tears, such was the power of the source material and the exceptional performances, connecting with the audience and evoking strong emotional responses.
For the first time, Adelaide audiences will have the opportunity to hear Julie Andrews take them through tales of her life and career.
The Magnets, have been to Australia a number of times now and have proven to be extremely popular with Adelaide audiences.
Written by one of Canada’s most acclaimed playwrights, Girl in the Goldfish Bowl is hilarious, yet heart breaking, and a little bit odd.
Ibsen’s enigmatic heroine is brought to life by one of Australia’s most exciting young actors, Alison Bell, in a new adaptation of Hedda Gabler by leading Australian playwright Joanna Murray-Smith.