Livingston’s book covers the careers of the Doug Anthony All-Stars just as well as his own, with interviews, photos and candour.
Browsing: Performing Arts Reviews
This week we welcomed another new theatre company to the Adelaide amateur scene with their first outing at the Bakehouse – IpSkip Productions’ production of ‘Educating Rita’
Dusty Springfield was arguably THE female singing sensation of the sixties. She was forever looking for the perfect sound.
Michael Griffiths and Michaela Burger present two of the greatest performers of the Twentieth Century: Cole Porter and Edith Piaf
A filmed staging of Teatro alla Scala’s production of Le Nozze di Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro), captured live from La Scals in Milan, Italy in November 2016
This trio of ladies from rural Queensland have a unique way of looking at life and Christmas, leading to a hilarious couple of hours for their privileged audience.
#SHe is the latest production from Promise Adelaide, talented Adelaide youngster, Ben Francis’ not-for-profit organisation featuring talented young performers.
The iconic MGM movie musical ‘Singin’ In The Rain’ gets royal teatment in the stage version now playing at the Festival Centre – and yes! it rains on stage!!
A filmed presentation of the Opéra de Nationale de Paris’ production of Samson et Dalila, captured live from Opéra Bastille, Paris, on 13 October 2016.
Adelaide welcomes world-renowned violinist Pinchas Zukerman in his second performance with the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, ‘Zukerman in Concert’.
‘No Sex Please – We’re British!’ is a play about how prudish the traditional British can be when it comes to sex, which creates endless hilarious complications.
South Australian Light Opera Society, have delivered a fine variety show with Christmas Carnival, showcasing many talented performers from this company
What happens when a husband and wife decide to have a nice romantic evening, but not with each other? Find out in Adelaide Rep’s hilarious farce, ‘Don’t Dress For Dinner’
When a woman at home alone overcomes a would-be rapist, it becomes his word against hers and self-defence turns to torture as the situation spirals out of control.
Every year Tea Tree Players mount their end-of-year Christmas pantomime and this year, for their 40th year, they are presenting Robinson Crusoe.
Six mature women from the Women’s Institute in the North of England have all experienced loss and so raise money for a settee in a nearby cancer ward.
Adapt Enterprises takes on playwright Peter Shaffer’s Equus under the guidance of director and actor Ross Vosvotekas.
The fabled hero of the Arabian conflict is only one side of his story and, told from a military point of view, this play looks at the man inside the myth.
State Opera in collaboration with the Welsh National Opera present Puccini’s masterpiece ‘Tosca’.