2015 was an excellent year for actor Kurt Phelan. After conjuring his inner Patrick Swayze…
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The full list of creative artists receiving Adelaide’s Walk Of Fame stars has been revealed, from a pool of people whose work has graced the stages of the Adelaide Festival Centre.
Following sell-out success in Adelaide in 2015 the burlesque extravaganza, Cabaret de Paris is returning to Her Majesty’s Theatre for three performances only.
A unique course can help people learn how to harness humour and laughter to improve their health, coping skills and confidence.
Well known for their hilarious British farces, Tea Tree Players are about to present the…
Following a sold out season in Sydney, the magic of Swan Lake returns when Stephen Baynes’ masterful interpretation comes to Adelaide this May…
British play ‘Sex Cells’ is soon to have its Australian Premiere, when Adelaide’s Galleon Theatre Group presents it at the Domain Theatre, Marion Cultural Centre.
Todd McKenney is performing the songs of Peter Allen in a high energy, vibrant and entertaining night that showcases Todd’s incredible talents
Seymour in ‘Little Shop of Horrors’ is a plum role, much sought after and Brent Hill is undoubtedly enjoying taking on the challenge. Glam chats to him about the show.
Glam’s Arts Editor, Brian Godfrey interviews Adelaide’s Joe Meldrum about tributing Fred Astaire in ‘A Fine Romance’
Iconic British String Quartet, The Brodsky Quartet Join Forces With Katie Noonan To Bring Their Show To Adelaide
One of Australia’s finest musicians joins forces with iconic British String Quartet, Katie Noonan and the Brodsky Quartet will collaborate for the first time ever in With Love and Fury.
Interview: Lauren Scarfe – Putting On Her Director Slippers For ‘Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella’
Glam Adelaide chats to Lauren Scarfe about her directorial debut – Northern Light Theatre Company’s ‘Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella’.
‘Old Times’ is directed by former head of NIDA Acting, Tony Knight and stars Rachael Wegener, Marc Clement and Charlotte Rose.
n 1999, Independent Theatre produced ‘Hamlet’ with Nick Opolski as the central character. Now, director Rob Croser revisits this famous play, with a young Hamlet.
Fall under the spell of arguably the most famous dancer of all time in A Fine Romance; the Magic of Fred Astaire.
Northern Light Theatre Company is very excited to be bringing the classic tale of magic, princes and lost slippers to our audiences in April 2016.
Filmed on location in high definition, this ground-breaking series allows art lovers to enjoy and delight at the works of history’s greatest ever painters.
GLAM had a chat with the extremely successful, but entirely humble, Ross Noble about his fascinating style of comedy, why Adelaide is a party and which tangent he’ll be drifting off to next.
Shantay You Stay! The world’s biggest touring drag stars are coming to Australia for the first time!