CABARET season is setting in on Adelaide bringing jazz and pizazz back to our lives for a month. And apart from the showstoppers and sequins, cabaret means just one thing: time for an indulgent pre-show tipple at the city’s best cocktail and wine bars.
The one-day workshops cater for practicing visual artists who want to learn something new, year 11 and 12 students, tertiary art and design students and those who have little or no art experience but a load of willingness and curiosity.
Award-winning Adelaide-based theatre company Windmill is warming up the winter school holidays with its snuggliest, cuddliest new show for children – Bear With Me, a fun musical tribute to the teddy bear.
We caught up with Ali Crew, co-founder of the new Smartphone film competition to find out what it’s all about and how to enter this innovative new festival.
The Marvellous Miz Demeanours present their own brand of mischievous comedy cabaret, containing wicked harmonies, quirky pop and tongue-in-cheek original songs.
The comedy,”It’s Just Sex” is set for its Australian premiere in what will be The Adelaide Repertory Theatre’s raciest show ever staged.
Adelaide’s much loved and internationally acclaimed Cabaret Festival with Sir Barry Humphries as Artistic Director commences at the Adelaide Festival Centre on June 5th through to 20th
Adelaide College of the Arts acting graduate Jane Mahady has worked for two years with national theatre company Bell Shakespeare and is coming home to direct her first play.
Adelaide Youth Orchestra will scale new heights in June, teaming up with some of South Australia’s best young opera singers to present the first staged opera concert in the orchestra’s history.
Tracey Korsten speaks to this year’s Adelaide Cabaret Fringe Festival co-director, Eugene Suleau, to find out what goodies are store for us.
An obese bookshop owner decides to diet in order to win the man of her dreams. This is a British comedy with a message and heart.
Mistaken identity, good-natured deception, and tongue in cheek humour abound when friends decide to test their fiancés’ fidelities.
Based on a 1970s children’s book, Masquerade is a mixture of puzzles, fantasy and horrible truths. It’s two stories told at once. Part of ‘Come Out’,
Don Giovanni can tip the opera agnostics over into being believers. This version is certainly capable of doing just that.
The musical version of Adam Sandler’s “The Wedding Singer” has it all in this Marie Clark production – gags, delightful numbers, impressive sets and costumes.
There are plenty of opportunities to get your Rock’n’Roll on at this year’s Adelaide Cabaret Festival.
The Great God Om, has manifested as a turtle. Novice Brutha is the only person who can hear her voice. This disturbs the opposing factions.
Adelaide will attempt to break a world record, inviting thousands of children to contribute to a gigantic painting at the Come Out Children’s Festival’s Big Family Weekend on 23 and 24 May.
Candy Chambers presents colour and charisma like no one else can – and she’s showing no signs of turning the brightness down.
Australian Dance Theatre will tour the highly acclaimed and electrifying work, Be Your Self across Australia as part of their 50th anniversary celebrations.