This production is primarily a celebration of the 50th anniversary of The Australian Dance Theatre and the man who had such a strong influence it: Eleo Pomare.
Director James Powell makes sure that die-hard fans of the 1987 classic movie are not disappointed, nor are newcomers to the Baby/Johnny love story.
Adelaide artist & designer Markus Hamence is launching his vibrant new pop-art exhibition Rockstar Ambition this week, following on from the previous success of his colourful paintings.
Few words can do justice to the magnificence that was the premier of Water Pushes Sand.
As soon as one meets Charlie Smith, it is evident why he has been cast as Josh in NLTCs Big –The Musical. He’s bubbly, personable and likable, just as Josh should be.
Jennifer Barry, in conjunction with Pomare Productions, is proud to announce the upcoming production of Dancers With Dirty Feet,
An introverted Shanghai divorcee and a cynical Malayan playboy find love amidst the glamour of 1940’s Hong Kong and the invasion by the Japanese.
More than twenty of Thailand’s best ladyboy performers have brought their glam to Adelaide in an exciting, humorous and sexy cabaret performance.
Many people when asked their favourite musical will reply, without hesitation, Guys and Dolls. It is definitely well known and well loved.
If you take a great Chapman & Cooney script and give it a good director who understands comedy, you will have an almost certain hit!
Dedicated to composer John Cage, Artistic Director Fu Hong Zheng’s production of Dear John is unique and creative marriage of multi-disciplines, resulting in a captivating symphony of noise and movement whilst music Composition from Lin Kuei-Ju provides a meditational soundtrack to this visually interesting piece.
The OzAsia Festival has brought the best of Asia to Adelaide, from fabulous shows, theatre and performances to the amazing Night Noodle Markets; Make sure you check it all out as the Festival comes to a close this weekend.
Japanese culture enthusiasts and novices alike are flocking to Oz Asia’s most colourful offering of the season: Miss Revolutionary Idol Berserker.
Japanese electronic composer and visual artist, Ryoji Ikeda, started work on Superposition in 2012. It questions artistic boundaries.
The astounding line-up of the 2016 event has been announced, including 7 world premieres, and 20 events EXCLUSIVE TO ADELAIDE over the 18 day festival.
A Touch of Sin presents a critical view of modern day China’s obsession with money and power, and the fact that those without it can be pushed to murderous ends
‘Our Mob’ presents outstanding work by South Australian Aboriginal artists, and they invite you all to their biggest and best exhibition and celebration yet.
A diverse exhibition of contrasting art is currently on display at Art Images Gallery; ranging from limestone sculptures to a variety of colourful pop art urban scenes.
Contemporary Indonesian dance theatre has arrived in Adelaide, with ‘The Streets’ painting a graphic, often confronting picture of the bustling chaos of Jakarta.