SALOS presents a series of medleys, comedy acts, solos and more, structured around certain themes and eras, each with a wonderfully crafted and displayed stage design. These include the traditional (and not so common) Christmas carols, operettas, and early century old time ballads and jingles.
During Le Week-end, Jim Broadbent’s character remarks that if you truly love someone, then you like and hate something about them every five minutes. This insightful piece of homespun wisdom basically sums up this romantic comedy for elders.
The Home Guard of Walmington On Sea return with three episodes of television’s “Dad’s Army” live on stage at the Noarlunga Theatre Company.
The Mystery of the Hansom Cab is a melodrama, which means that the audience gets to hiss and boo the dastardly deeds of the villain, cheer the handsome hero, swoon over the lovely heroine, and have a great sing-a-long with the cast.
It’s that time of year again when annual pantomimes are staged and the Tea Tree Players’ version of Cinderella is just the ticket to get you into the Christmas spirit.
Young, handsome, somewhat naive Guy Jones joins the Pendon Amateur Light Operatic Society and quickly finds himself moving up the theatrical ladder when two of the ladies take a fancy to him.
David Mamet’s famous comedy promises lust, lies and love and this compelling production totally delivers.
Do we really want to help when we say we do, or do we just do the minimum; enough to allow us to sleep at night?
Told through anecdotes and, of course, the unmistakable songs that serve as bookmarks of our lives, Darren Coggan delivers a most beautiful tribute imaginable to Cat Stevens and his life.
A mysterious young man appears one evening in the Flaherty public house claiming to have just killed and buried his father. His story entrances the residents and begins to attract all manner of obsessive, eccentric locals.