Category archives for: Arts

Theatre Review: Madame: The Story Of Joseph Farrugia

Theatre Review: Madame: The Story Of Joseph Farrugia

Madame is different and a bit outrageous, but those things made Farrugia who he is and make this production what it is – enthralling.

Theatre Review: You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown

Theatre Review: You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown

A 1950’s comic strip seems a highly unlikely source material for a successful musical, but it works.

Opera Review: Double Bill

Opera Review: Double Bill

Making opera more accessible, the State Opera is presenting two double-bills this year: evenings of two, one-act operas.

Theatre Review: Disney’s Beauty And The Beast

Theatre Review: Disney’s Beauty And The Beast

These school holidays have proved what a pool of amazing young talent there is to be found in Adelaide with Teen Dream & Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, and now Beauty And The Beast only amplifies and adds weight to this.

Last Chance To Submit Your Expression Of Interest For CANS Graffiti Art Program

Last Chance To Submit Your Expression Of Interest For CANS Graffiti Art Program

Join POISE, SEAR and STORE at Carclew for a hands-on graffiti art program.

‘Walking With Dinosaurs’ Debuts Larger Than Life Show in Adelaide

‘Walking With Dinosaurs’ Debuts Larger Than Life Show in Adelaide

Today the Glam Adelaide gals left their heels behind to roam amongst the cast, puppeteers and of course giant dinosaurs at the mega-show Walking With Dinosaurs!

Adelaide Kids Film Festival Poster Competition – Calling Last Entries!

Adelaide Kids Film Festival Poster Competition – Calling Last Entries!

The annual Adelaide Kids Film Festival is calling on budding young designers to showcase their creative talents and design a poster for the 2015 festival. The competition, currently in its fourth year, is free to enter and open to all students aged 18 years and under from now until Thursday, 30th April.

Geoffrey Robertson Brings His One-Man Show To Adelaide

Geoffrey Robertson Brings His One-Man Show To Adelaide

Geoffrey Robertson QC, renowned as one of the world’s foremost human rights lawyers, as well as a prize-winning author, historian and deviser of “Hypotheticals”, is presenting his one-man show “Dreaming Too Loud” throughout Australia in May.

Theatre Review: Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

Theatre Review: Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

Many modern stage musicals rely on a piece of technical wizardry that becomes synonymous with the show and an audience expects to see it: Wicked MUST have Glinda make her first appearance in a bubble; the chandelier MUST crash to the floor in Phantom Of The Opera; Mary Poppins MUST fly; and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang MUST have a car that floats and flies.

Theatre Review: The Student Prince

Theatre Review: The Student Prince

Sigmund Romberg’s The Student Prince is front and centre of any light-opera society’s canon. It’s beautifully tuneful, charming and lacking anything other than the thinnest of plots. SA Light Opera Society has pulled together some lovely voices for their production of this classic.

Theatre Review: Celtic Illusion

Theatre Review: Celtic Illusion

Anthony Street, ex-principle dancer in Michael Flatley’s Lord of the Dance, has created his own touring show in Australia. Billed as a fusion of Irish dance and magic, Celtic Illusion takes you half way there.

Exhibition Review: Skidmore, Clutterbuck, Oatley, Robbins, Sense and Shaw at the Art Images Gallery

Exhibition Review: Skidmore, Clutterbuck, Oatley, Robbins, Sense and Shaw at the Art Images Gallery

The Art Images Gallery in Norwood is currently playing host to some spectacularly colourful and deeply engrossing artworks by talented Australian artists.

Theatre Review: Teen Dream

Theatre Review: Teen Dream

School holidays bring forth a plethora of shows for the littlies, but teenagers seldom get a look in. Teen Dream has everything a teenage girl wants – a Boy Band!

Theatre Review: Quartet

Theatre Review: Quartet

Quartet, directed by Sue Wiley and assisted by Ian Rigney, is a quirky and sometimes very bawdy comedy. Read our full review here.

I’m A Celebrity Star Comedian Joel Creasey Brings His Stand Up To Adelaide

I’m A Celebrity Star Comedian Joel Creasey Brings His Stand Up To Adelaide

Australia’s hottest comedian is on his way to unleash ‘The Hurricane’ in Adelaide for one night only.

Theatre Review: Death By Design

Theatre Review: Death By Design

This reviewer has often said that the Tea Tree Players know their audience and give them what they want. But with Rob Urbinati’s Death By Design, the company is definitely stretching their audience’s boundaries.

Cirque Du Soleil Returns To Adelaide With New Production TOTEM

Cirque Du Soleil Returns To Adelaide With New Production TOTEM

Get Excited! Cirque du Soleil is soon returning to Adelaide with an all-new Big Top production, TOTEM.

Leading photographic exhibition on Adelaide Hills to debut at Bridgewater Mill

Leading photographic exhibition on Adelaide Hills to debut at Bridgewater Mill

Bridgewater Mill which is undergoing a major transformation has invited leading Adelaide photographer Richard J Wood to display his captivating images of the Adelaide Hills for the first time.

2015 South Australian Screen Awards Nominees Announced

2015 South Australian Screen Awards Nominees Announced

The nominees for the 16th annual South Australian Screen Awards (SASAs) have been announced

Feast Festival 2015 Expressions Of Interest Now Open

Feast Festival 2015 Expressions Of Interest Now Open

Feast Festival, Adelaide’s annual lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, queer (LGBTIQ) Arts and Cultural Festival is calling of for Expressions of Interest for the 2015 festival.

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