This Mel Brooks musical has some very funny dialogue, ridiculous situations and outlandish characters
This solo performance piece is based on the golden era of movies filled with lies and intrigue, laced with the sex and...
Presented by Tutti Arts/Adelaide Festival Centre Reviewed 23 June 2021 To paraphrase one of the Sisters of Invention’s songs ‘This isn’t Disneyland’,...
They charmed us, they rocked us and the audience was with them every step of the way
This story of three ladies “of a certain age” takes an amusing look at old friendships and the ability to change
Therry has brought us a fresh new musical that is a little different.
Composer Graeme Koehne, well known for his ballets and orchestral work, combined with talented writer Louis Nowra to write this chamber opera...
Promising playwright Jessica Swale’s excellent script is set in Cambridge and Girton College in 1896-7, when girls were meant to marry and...
Attend the tale of Sweeney Todd! State Opera is back with a vengeance courtesy of Mr Todd.
It’s been a long break, but Galleon are back with their usual fine level of production.
Theatre is back and with it SALOS has launched their latest production, The New Moon.
Jonathan Biggins captures the sharp wit, honesty and flamboyance of Keating as he explores what he calls ‘a three-dimensional autobiography written by...
This charming 1930s play, by Sam and Bella Spewack, lives up to Independent’s standards.
With Tea Tree Players' usual excellent set, complete with 80’s styling, this comedy by Marc Camoletti looks good.
Armed with a delightful smile, a great voice and some disarming chat, Amity returns again to the Adelaide Fringe.
These ladies had plenty of Soul, brining some very fine music to their Fringe performance.
With a packed crowd eager to participate, this slick show was a winner from the beginning.
These two Divas, Beccy Cole and Libby O’Donovan gave a wonderful performance, no surprises there!
This solo performer presents his alter-ego Syphilis Von Hamstring encouraging much audience participation.
Described in the advertising as the ‘dark underbelly of circus’ this production is raw and at times confronting.