With Palace of Varieties the Adelaide Rep provides the audience with a wonderful evening at an old time music hall.
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The man behind Dame Edna will be taking off the wig and cats eye glasses soon, as he takes audiences on a revelatory trip through his colourful life and career.
Adelaide audiences are set to be dazzled in 2018 as Swan Lake on Ice returns to Australia!
A murder/mystery’comedy where the killer can change with each performance.
This beautiful late 20th century reworking of Frank Wedekind’s late 19th century play of the same name pits curiosity against constraint, honesty against deception and sensitivity against repression.
Inspired by James Cameron’s record-breaking film Avatar, TORUK – The First Flight by Cirque du Soleil will be at Adelaide Entertainment Centre next week – and we want you to head along thanks to Venue Productions!
The inaugural Voices of Christmas returns to Rundle Mall showcasing 10 days of live and digital performances.
A well-researched and fascinating look at the history of Bram Stoker’s Dracula in Australia, centering around the 1929-31 stage production but so much more!
Written in 1971 whilst in prison, Vaclav Havel regarded this as the weakest of his plays. After seeing it again in 2007 he decided he actually liked the play because of the way it was performed.
Rejoice! WOMADelaide will continue to delight festival-goers for many more years thanks to new developments.
Season’s Greetings: a family gathers for four days of Christmas festivities, which rapidly disintegrate into attempted adultery, attempted murder and attempted puppetry!
Whether it’s side-splitting laughter at comedian Carl Barron, or singing along to Mamma Mia!, we’ll bet the Festival Centre has something for you this season.
A biography of SA-born Robert Stigwood, the man behind the success of numerous bands, films & muscial stage plays, from the Bee Gees to Jesus Christ Superstar.
Playful charm, high good humour and practised skill are the hallmarks of this eminently entertaining show. “Spelling Bee” is a compact musical which only calls for a cast of nine.
The Australian Ballet’s Gala Spectacular was an opportunity for the company to show-case their best performers, featuring only “the cream of Australia’s very best dancers”.
Switzerland is an impressive balance between the contrasting genres of comedy and drama as the audience witnesses a humorously combative relationship bloom between strangers, foregrounded by a questionable sanity and a looming, ominous death.
An all new audio adaptation of Shakespeare’s famous tragedy stage play, King Lear. The second in a series of new adaptations by Big Finish Productions.
Two teenage girls try to fit into the popular surfie crowd in 1970s Australia and, in doing so, discover the pitfalls of growing up.
Die Fledermaus is one of the most popular and well-known of the operettas. Filled with recognizable and delightful music, based around a plot of unmitigated silliness, it is a work with which much fun can be had.