Bringing Sexy Back to Adelaide for the first time since 2007, Justin Timberlake’s 20/20 Experience World Tour has all the element’s you’d expect from a mega star that has traversed several mediums of performance hyper successfully. It’s chic, bold, and no doubt the result of a huge production budget, but gets off to a slow start and gradually builds momentum as the show progresses. Fortunately, the visual spectacular makes up for the initial minimalist approach and adds weight to the whole JT Experience.
Performing at the recently refurbished Her Majesty’s Theatre, Callea bounded through an incense-fuelled haze with enthusiasm. Backed by a 5 piece band and 2 singers, the 2 hour-plus show delivered on its promise. Amidst a myriad of costume changes, Callea highlighted the strength of Michael’s song-writing and sense of fun
War is not a particularly easy subject to tackle in the sphere of dramatic performance, as it is easy to trivialize the realities of battle into ‘feel good’ generalisations rather than to confront the horrors and impact that it has on humans. Fortunately, Blake Entertainment’s ‘Rolling Thunder Vietnam- Songs That Defined A Generation’ has the formula worked out to military precision and absolutely ‘gets it’ in this outstanding tribute to the heroes of a controversial war that polarized the nation during the sixties
The Naked Magicians is a ninety-minute comedy strip tease with a few tricks, upbeat music and lots of filthy cheek thrown in.
An inventive and funny remix of Sherlock Holmes stories, improvised from audience suggestions about how the poor victim was offed.
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The South Australian Light Opera Society (SALOS) present one of Gilbert and Sullivan’s most loved romance-comedies.
For seventeen years, two sugarcane cutters have journeyed to Melbourne to catch up with two women but this year things change as truths are revealed.
A brutally emotive exploration of the real life characters that inspired Peter Pan & Alice in Wonderland, and the unhealthy relationships that emerged around them.
Fast-paced Spanish guitars and several dancers commanded the stage in an invigorating, charming and complex showcase of flamenco dance.