Category archives for: Arts

Theatre Review: My Fair Lady

Theatre Review: My Fair Lady

A young downtrodden Cockney flower girl is taught to blossom into a duchess in this faithful and delightful retelling of this popular musical stage classic.

Theatre Review: White Christmas

Theatre Review: White Christmas

Romance and song dominate this dated, twee stage musical by David Ives and Paul Blake about song-and-dance teams that join forces to save a failing Inn.

Adelaide Festival of Arts 2015 – Program Launch Tonight

Spectacular digital illuminations will herald the opening of the 30th Adelaide Festival of Arts in 2015.

Girl Asleep: Windmill Theatre’s First Feature Film

Girl Asleep: Windmill Theatre’s First Feature Film

Remember Windmill Theatre’s epic 2014 Trilogy, Girl Asleep? The unforgettable theatre production is now being brought to film.

Still Rolling Gallery Exhibition

Still Rolling Gallery Exhibition

The Still Rolling exhibition looks at the legacy of The Rolling Stones, and provides an insight into how they influenced not only generations, but individuals too.

Psychedelic 60s Inspired 2015 Adelaide Fringe Poster Revealed

Psychedelic 60s Inspired 2015 Adelaide Fringe Poster Revealed

The 2015 Adelaide Fringe poster featuring a one-eyed psychedelic inspired bandleader has been launched.

Music Review: Borodin Quartet presented by Musica Viva

Music Review: Borodin Quartet presented by Musica Viva

This is the seventh tour of Australia by the highly respected Borodin Quartet. Founded in 1945, the quartet has specialised in the music of Russian composers, but also played a wide variety of works, and collaborated with other artists.

Youssou N’Dour leads Initial 2015 WOMADelaide Artist Announcement

Youssou N’Dour leads Initial 2015 WOMADelaide Artist Announcement

WOMADelaide today announced its initial line-up of 25 international artists, led by legendary Senegalese singer, percussionist and social revolutionist, Youssou N’Dour; for the 2015 festival to be held in Adelaide’s Botanic Park, 6–9 March.

State Opera SA’s Gripping Tale of Lust, Betrayal & Jealousy

State Opera SA’s Gripping Tale of Lust, Betrayal & Jealousy

State Opera of South Australia’s (SOSA) spectacular final production for this year, Otello takes over the Festival Theatre stage later this month in what SOSA CEO and Artistic Director Timothy Sexton describes as a ‘famous tragedy in a contemporary setting’ that will surprise and captivate even the most seasoned opera enthusiast.

Theatre Review: The Suit

Theatre Review: The Suit

The Suit is set in a 50’s South African township during apartheid where a husband & wife are irrevocably changed after an affair.

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