A magical comedian whose wit is faster than his slight of hand proves how much he hates children by calling the up on stage to assist with his magic tricks.
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A 2-hour lunch or dinner from Hell served with slapstick by Basil, Sybil and Manuel – three much loved characters from the 1970s comedy, Fawlty Towers.
Captures live in Paris, this opera is the story of a man who sells his soul to the Devil in a vain effort to be shown a more vital way of living his otherwise uninspiring life.
The Land cast of ‘Disney’s The Little Mermaid’ present the story of Ariel, the little mermaid who longs to live in the world that exists above her ocean home
The magic of Disney is not always easy to recreate, but Adelaide Youth Theatre seem to have managed it with the magical Disney’s The Little Mermaid.
The Angel Of Death’ is a new, original musical written by locals Matthew Briggs and Joshua Heaysman.
A filmed stage production from the Vaudeville Theatre, London, of Oscar Wilde’s popular comedy of Victorian manners, starring David Suchet as Lady Bracknell!
An interactive horror experience staged outdoors & at night, where audience members have to face supernatural horrors to find their way to a dead child’s party.
For a number of years now, Pelican Productions have held Music Theatre Camps in the January school holidays which culminate in a ‘showcase’ at the end. This year it’s ‘A Walk In The Book’.
‘The Tiger Who Came To Tea’ is based on a short story written and illustrated by Judith Kerr about a Tiger who joins Sophia and her mother for afternoon tea.
Filmed in December 2015 in high definition this Royal Opera production is exquisite and excitingly different; it’s a heady mix of love, sex and revenge.
Steve Backshall has made a living out of courting danger. He has been stalked by a polar bear, accidently bitten by a shark, went swimming with killer whales to name only a few.
The 1990s film hit ‘Ghost’ is even a bigger hit in this Australian stage premiere of ‘Ghost – the musical’
“The Ultimate Vegas Show’ brings the glitz and glamour of Vegas to Adelaide for a couple of days.
The classic musical ‘Oklahoma!’ has been given a face lift by Emma Knights Productions. It is being performed out in the open on Littlehampton’s Four Oaks Farm.
The creators of the sell-out cabaret show, La Soiree, return to Adelaide in their new production Club Swizzle, a fun and very sparkly affair.
During the 1970’s, Swedish pop group ABBA reigned supreme. The 2nd biggest Swedish export after Volvo cars, their music has lasted decades.
What would you do if you showed up for a dinner party only to find the hostess missing and the host upstairs in his bedroom with a bullet hole in his ear.?
Ira Aldridge was the first black actor to play the role of ‘Othello’ in London during the 1830s. ‘Red Velvet’ examines this theatrical event with warmth and humour.