When you can’t get to the opera, the opera comes to you…
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Upcoming local theatre company, Briggs & Heaysman Theatre Company are about to stage an original musical, The Angel of Death.
Adelaide’s home of screen culture, the MRC and the Mercury Cinema, are kicking off 2016 with a packed program of films, live comedy, workshops and more!
Adelaide will be the first to experience Ghost The Musical as it premieres tonight!
Emma Knights Productions is about to present an inventive one-off – ‘Oklahoma’ performed on a farm with real horses!!
Exciting news for Adelaide-based fans of comedic doyenne DAWN FRENCH, with confirmation today that Ms French’s 30 Million Minutes is heading to the city of churches.
The Adelaide Repertory Theatre is serving up “ham” early this Christmas, with hilariously over the top music hall show and melodrama Only An Orphan Girl
One of the UK’s most successful live comedians, Russell Howard, will return to Australia in 2017 including an Adelaide tour date.
Butterfly Theatre are about to present a short season of three Aussie plays in the Roulette season by Raimondo Cortese; Hotel; Fortune; and Night.
Adelaide non-profit organisation, Promise’s next major event is ‘Out Of The Blue’, an evening of uplifting and inspirational songs to raise funds for beyondblue.
Adelaide’s musical answer to The Bachelor or Sex and the City is heading to the Stirling Community Theatre in November for the first time in 16 years.
Jerry Hall Confirmed To Head To Adelaide In 2016 To Reprise Her Role As Mrs Robinson For The Final Time
Celebrated model and actress Jerry Hall will reprise her role as seductress, Mrs Robinson for the very last time in the Adelaide season of The Graduate.
The cult musical comedy Little Shop of Horrors, starring Brent Hill and Esther Hannaford, will be at Her Majesty’s Theatre in April 2016.
50 Forever sees Miss Chambers lay her heart bare as she shares her journey through life from the lowest lows to the highest highs.
A moving, deeply personal look at the Australian experience of WWI, expressed through heart-rending letters between a mother and her soldier son in the lead up to the Battle of the Somme in 1916.
The supernatural power of love will explode onto the Adelaide stage in January 2016 headed by Rob Mills, Jemma Rix, Alex Rathgeber and British theatrical and television actress Wendy Mae Brown.
A small group of arts enthusiasts assembled at Lexus of Adelaide on a Tuesday evening to celebrate the ASO 2016 season, their 80th anniversary year.
From 30 October, Palace Nova Eastend Cinemas present a weekly dose of world-class opera and ballet, caught on film from the best European companies & venues.
Acclaimed author and Acting Teacher to the stars, including Hugh Jackman, Dean Carey is coming to Adelaide on his Australian Tour. You could win tickets to meet and learn from this master of his trade…
Sing along to your favourite songs from one of the most loved movies of all time – the Adelaide Hills will be alive with the Sound of Music when the acclaimed musical hits our fair city.