Category archives for: Performing Arts Reviews

Theatre Review: A Christmas Carol

Theatre Review: A Christmas Carol

Phil Zachariah presented a short season of his one-man show, A Christmas Carol, playing all the roles in Charles Dickens’ classic holiday story.

Theatre Review: Hay Fever

Theatre Review: Hay Fever

Noel Coward’s classic comedy of bad manners, Hay Fever, is a real theatrical gem and the current English touring production of his play, stars one of England’s leading ladies, Felicity Kendal.

Opera Review: Amahl And The Night Visitors

Opera Review: Amahl And The Night Visitors

Amahl and the Night Visitors is a heartfelt operatic experience for the entire family, playing at the intimate Space Theatre until 6 December 2014.

Theatre Review: Snow White

Theatre Review: Snow White

This holiday pantomime is uproariously hilarious, stunningly colourful, flows smoothly, and boasts a great eighties theme to the selection of songs!

Theatre Review: ‘Allo ‘Allo

Theatre Review: ‘Allo ‘Allo

This stage adaptation of the popular 1980s British TV comedy brings all the characters and farcical situations to life, including the forgery of THAT painting of the fallen Madonna…

Theatre Review: Bracken Moor

Theatre Review: Bracken Moor

An effective ghost story set in 1937 when a wealthy mine owner faces the 10th anniversary of the death of his son, and a wife who has decided she should be with the child.

Theatre Review: Grug and the Rainbow

Theatre Review: Grug and the Rainbow

Combining 9 Grug stories, this fun play for 1-5 year olds explores the themes of resilience, optimism, problem solving, friendship, humour and inventiveness.

Theatre Review: It Could Be Anyone of Us

Theatre Review: It Could Be Anyone of Us

In this Alan Ayckbourn comedy, failure is the name of the game for the the useless Chalke family and now, to top it off, one of them is going to be murdered…

Theatre Review: Legally Blonde: The Musical

Theatre Review: Legally Blonde: The Musical

The story of a sorority girl, with straight As in being fashionable and all things pink, who follows her boyfriend to Harvard University to prove she’s serious about him.

Theatre Review: Raymond Crowe: The Unusualist

Theatre Review: Raymond Crowe: The Unusualist

Raymond Crowe is a master of illusion, magic, ventriloquism and shadow puppetry, and he brought his unique brand of humour to Adelaide for one night only.

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