Category archives for: Performing Arts Reviews

Theatre Review: Horrible Histories: Awful Egyptians

Theatre Review: Horrible Histories: Awful Egyptians

This staging of the UK TV series presents facts about lesser known (usually gory) aspects of history to the young in zany, child-safe Monty Pythonesque style.

Theatre Review: Situation Comedy

Theatre Review: Situation Comedy

Two British television comedy writers suffer writer’s block until a drunken night with their wives spark an idea… if only they could think of an ending.

Theatre Review: Dracula

Theatre Review: Dracula

Count Dracula is one of the most famous gothic horror characters, created in 1897 by Irish author Abraham ‘Bram’ Stoker and based on history’s Vlad The Impaler.

Theatre Review: Caesar and Cleopatra

Theatre Review: Caesar and Cleopatra

George Bernard Shaw’s Caesar and Cleopatra arrives on stage thanks to Independent Theatre, full of all the laughs, tragedy and intrigue of it’s past renditions.

Theatre Review: The Long Way Home

Theatre Review: The Long Way Home

The Long Way Home is an emotional tribute to our service men and women, created from the first-hand accounts of returning soldiers.

Theatre Review: The Theatrical Threesome Part III

Theatre Review: The Theatrical Threesome Part III

Venture Theatre Company presents their third anthology of one-Act plays: Bang You’re Dead, That Might Work, and No Strings Attached.

Theatre Review: Seven Brides for Seven Brothers

Theatre Review: Seven Brides for Seven Brothers

Adapted from the 1954 MGM movie of the same name, the stage version is an unashamedly old fashioned, feel-good musical that leaves you humming the tunes.

Theatre Review: The Rocky Horror Show

Theatre Review: The Rocky Horror Show

The 40th anniversary production of The Rocky Horror Show is a celebration of camp, featuring the creator as the narrator exclusively for the Adelaide season.

Review: Future Music Festival, Adelaide 2014

Review: Future Music Festival, Adelaide 2014

It was a solid year at Future Music Festival once again, and we dare you to find someone who will challenge that notion.

Interview: Tom Burlinson is Simply Sinatra

Interview: Tom Burlinson is Simply Sinatra

Simply Sinatra follows Frank Sinatra’s career from the early days to the anthems of his later life with storytelling and songs.

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