Entertainment legend, Billy Crystal, entertained a Full House at the Adelaide Festival Theatre, earning a very deserved standing ovation.
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Despite what we say, we love being scared. The anticipation for the fright builds tension to a crescendo fuelling our adrenaline. ‘Ghost Stories’ fulfils this need.
With dancers, musicians and plenty of pyrotechnics to back him up, world famous Michael Jackson impersonator Dantanio gave us a fun evening at the Festival Theatre.
Take four talented young performers with musical and theatre backgrounds, introduce them to the music of the 60’s and give them the chance to harmonise, then sit back and enjoy the result.
A gazillion bubbles are what we are promised and a gazillion bubbles is what we get in this incredibly mind-blowing family fun show.
Price Check’ is a great little Aussie musical set in a local supermarket and has been penned and produced by ex-Adelaidean, Sean Weatherly, and is currently performing here in his home town.
A re-imaging of Oz in a time before Dorothy arrived when two young witches meet and become friends, unaware that their destinies lie in opposite directions.
Three straight, white brothers and their father come together at Christmas to celebrate in the “proper” straight, white way: by drinking beer, eating Chinese take-out and playing video games.
Two locally written one-Act plays tackle the issues of freedom of speech and equality for women in two very different ways: one a drama, the other a comedy.
Leo Sayer and Lulu have a lot of musical mileage between them. Not bad thing. The 2 British singers have a litany of hit songs stretching back to the 1960’s.
Tennessee William’s classic play Cat On A Hot Tin Roof, deals with the recurring themes of mendacity and death.
Tom Burlinson presents a class act with his Cabaret Festival show ‘Sinatra At The Sands’
Former Cabaret Festival director Kate Ceberano and former Adelaide Festival director, Paul Grabowsky are old colleagues. So it’s good to see them together in a show of love songs.
In ‘Laugh be a Lady’ Debora Krizak champions funny women.
This is not an ordinary Cabaret show nor is it an ordinary romantic tale.
The Birds is a distinctly feminist variety show, which captures a bizarre mix of the more traditional French and German cabarets and contemporary music and dance.
Starman forms a tribute to Bowie’s 1970’s glam-rock era with the likes of Aladdin Sane and Ziggy Stardust brought back to life.
A fascinating evening discovering what new talent is emerging on the Cabaret scene! Five young performers have got together and crafted a very entertaining show.