This play is usually performed closer to the day it commemorates in April, but Therry Dramatic Society have decided to make it part of the celebrations of their 75th year. Written in 1958 it is a play of its time, set in the 50’s but showcasing many of the problems that still beset our society today.
Perplex is a contemporary take on absurdist theatre as it plays musical chairs with its varying unusual characters in a performance like nothing you’ve seen.
A disturbing portrait of the evil corruption that is rampant among those in power.
Hamish is a passenger in life, unable to do much more than watch or walk away. His world is quiet and reflective until he is pulled into the complicated lives of the people left behind after the death of Charlie Parker.
A picture book aimed at children ages 5 to 8, where one junior astronaut and her space dog take a journey through the solar system to visit the Sun, the planets and asteroids beyond, learning about each along the way.
A beautiful introduction to the concept of recognising and acknowledging one’s feelings and looking to friends and family for support when times get tough or overwhelming.
Director Robert Kimber has said the theme of the play can be encapsulated in the idea of ‘moving on’ but at the same time we can never know where the next journey may take us. Time is of the essence in the play as is the existential question of time being seen subjectively by each of us.
Bringing local South Australian live music around the heritage precincts of Semaphore and Port Adelaide for the last 14 years, Semaphore Music Festival is filled with the very best of SA.
All the Kings’ Men: A History of the Hindmarsh Cricket Club by Denis Brien has won the Jack Pollard trophy from the Australian Cricket Society for the leading cricket book published over the previous 12 months.
This show is a genial celebration of Gilbert and Sullivan at their most gloriously camp. A buxom milkmaid, a brace of affected aesthetes, a posse of lovesick maidens and the 35th Dragoon Guards combine to entertain us with a soufflé-light satire on fashions in art and aesthetics. It may have been written in the late nineteenth century, but its universal topic makes it as much fun today as it was in 1881.
If you’ve ever wanted to eat your way around Asia without ever leaving Adelaide, now is your chance!
Four narrated stories set across the Eleventh Doctor’s era and featuring Amy Pond, Clara Oswald and previous characters that shared those same adventures.
Extreme weather conditions this January meant that Longview Vineyard postponed their annual street art event—The Piece Project. But as promised, it’s back!
On a bleak night in Wales, Hywel Roberts finds himself in need of a hotel. He is greeted by a courteous and elderly gentleman but soon realises that this hotel – nicknamed the Deadbeat Escape – is no ordinary hotel and that he has been expected.
Food, wine, and plenty free activities for the little ones will take over the precinct for one day.
Lee directs with gentle, guiding hand, allowing his actors room to move, but keeping the work focussed and tight.
A simple but delightful picture book for ages 2 – 6, exploring the joy small children have hunting and jumping in puddles and experimenting with language.
The Turnkey, by Allison Rushby, has won Best Children’s Crime Novel at the Sisters in Crime 18th Davitt Awards.
A PI is hired to follow a potentially cheating fiancée, who may or may not have cleaned out her future husband’s bank accounts. Just after the cheque bounces and the tailing stops, the errant fiancée is murdered.
Five world premieres, 20 Australian premieres and 22 events exclusive to South Australia are en route…