Well away from the chaos of The Garden of Unearthly Delight and Gluttony is the beautiful Stirling Community Theatre. At 10pm on a Thursday night, David Salter’s one-man cabaret ‘Make Believe’ established itself as a highlight of the Adelaide Fringe.
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Emily Steel was recently awarded the Jill Blewett Playwright’s Award and one can see why in this production; her autobiographical script is flawless. She elucidates every single devastating decision that lead her to the ultimatum, whilst providing audience members with emotional relief with illuminating moments of genuine humour.
Some of Adelaide’s best musicians have pulled together a tribute gig, performing Cocker’s seminal album Mad Dogs and Englishmen, in its entirety.
Anne Sofie von Otter has the voice and the stage presence to move armies.
Helpmann award winner Michael Griffiths and acclaimed cabaret darling Amelia Ryan celebrate the songbooks of Aussie icons Olivia Newton-John and Peter Allen for one night only. Backed by a three piece band featuring Adelaide’s finest musicians, revisit all of their sing-a-long classics from Rio to Tenterfield, all the way to Xanadu and beyond.
March in Adelaide is jam packed with huge events like the Adelaide Festival, The Adelaide Fringe, WOMADelaide and more. There’s no better time to be in the city.
Burlesque has well and truly had a modern-day revival and The Art of the Teese provides some of the world’s best performers all together in one show for a night the audience won’t quickly forget.
This gig was one of the big successes of the 2017 Fringe, selling out, and taking both the band and Rob Pippan, by surprise. Pippan has taken a punt in reprising this performance and the punt has paid off.
Marie Clark Musical Theatre Company invites you to join them for a special fundraising screening of the film, Monty Python & The Holy Grail! Bring your mum, dad, grandma, grandpa, best friend, cousin, next-door neighbour or the shrubbery down the road! All welcome!
Adelaide Youth Theatre enchants with their first production of 2018, Shrek the Musical. Directed by Thomas Phillips, the fairy-tale features two alternating casts with both adult and youth performers.
American punk-pop band Green Day have turned their seminal album American Idiot into a stage production.
This version of J. M. Barrie’s “Peter Pan” is not only musical but has been updated to World War Two bombed-out London.
On Friday 19 January, the star-studded walkway overlooking the River Torrens and connecting Adelaide Festival Centre venues was launched to the world, featuring more than 130 names.
Over the past few years Pelican Productions have run, in January, what they call Music Theatre Camps. These occur over two weeks, with children and teens from 8 to 19 having intensive training and instruction from professionals and experts in the field of musical theatre, all culminating in a showcase at the end.
A single, female, psychiatrist, has just returned home to her small house in Randall Canyon, in the Hollywood hills. She locks up behind her, as a psychopath is roaming the Canyon, not killing women, but rendering them lobotomized and paralyzed.
So Frenchy So Chic 2018 brought a taste of France to Adelaide, complete with food, champagne and music. Here is our Review.
Robert Harling’s 1987 comedy-drama Steel Magnolias, made famous by Herbert Ross’ 1989 film of the same name, explores the complex yet quotidian lives of six Louisiana women, during their visits to a beauty salon.
Following his successful 2017 season of Sense and Sensibility in garden locations, clever director Dave Simms (Blue Sky Theatre) this year re-imagines Sheridan’s 18th century comedy of manners in the exuberant primary colours and tabloid-fed rumour-mills of 1950’s London.
After presenting two highly successful seasons of Educating Rita last year, IpSkip Productions are about to open their second production, Robert Harling’s Steel Magnolias for a strictly limited season at The Bakehouse this week.