Established in 2001, the Adelaide Art Orchestra comprises top freelance professional players in South Australia & boasts over 120 Cabaret Festival shows already.
Browsing: Festival Theatre
Cirque Mother Africa celebrates life & culture from 9 African countries, bringing a high energy party to all the beautifully executed feats one would expect.
Love sang as a back-up vocalist for The Blossoms, Tom Jones, Marvin Gaye and even Elvis Presley, but couldn’t be left out of the main spotlight for long.
With not an instrument in sight, The King’s Singers gave us a cappella versions of many of the classics from what is known as the Great American Songbook.
Glam Adelaide catches up with wicked stepmother, Dana Stephensen, from The Australian Ballet’s upcoming reimagining of the fairytale, Cinderella.
Phil Scott and Blake Bowden’s production, Mario, tells the story of the meteoric rise to fame and premature demise of the world famous 1950s tenor Mario Lanza.
Direct from Broadway was an evening of tunes from one of the world’s most revered entertainment districts, performed by Anthony Warlow and Faith Prince.
Take four of Australia’s hottest and talented leading men & guest star Kate Cebrano, and you have the recipe for a great night out, served with a mighty punch!
Famed for his roles as a screen villain, Robert Davi proves his versatility as a protégée of worshipped crooner Frank Sinatra.
The State Opera will premiere a stunning new co-production of Verdi’s emotionally charged, timeless opera at AThe State Opera will premiere a stunning new co-production of Verdi’s emotionally charged, timeless opera at Adelaide’s Festival Theatre from 3-10 May 2014.delaide’s Festival Theatre from 3-10 May 2014.
Sadeh21, presented by the Batsheva Dance Company, is an impressive display of human movement against a gentle, flowing soundtrack by Maxim Waratt.
Canadian jazz icon Diana Krall enthralled a packed house at the Festival Theatre on Saturday night. The forty nine year old grammy award winning jazz pianist and singer rolled through a range of songs in a frenetic near-two hour set, which included a one song encore
Based on James A Michener’s Pulitzer Prize winning novel, South Pacific is one of the classics of musical theatre containing some of the greatest, most memorable songs of all time.
Seeing is believing when seven magicians work their magic in an all-new spectacular: The Unusualist, The Deceptionist, The Master Magician, The Warrior, The Futurist, The Manipulator and The Hypnotist.
After electrifying seasons in Brisbane and Sydney, and soon to open in Melbourne, producer John Frost has announced that Australia’s Number One Party Musical, Grease, is coming to Adelaide.
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.
David Helfgott, one of Australia’s most treasured musicians and the pianist who was the inspiration for the Oscar-winning film ‘Shine’, will return to Festival Theatre stage on 24 October.
They said it would never happen but the ‘Queen of 70’s Pop’, Helen Reddy, is back on stage after more than a decade off the road.
Extreme Jump blends the technical skills of martial arts into slapstick performance that brings out the outstanding comedy.