The Garden of Unearthly Delights, Australia’s most unique and engaging outdoor performing arts precinct, announced its 2015 program today, November 24 with all tickets on sale from Friday November 28.
Over 31 days and nights in Adelaide’s Rundle Park, The Garden hosts 1170 ticketed performances of over 105 shows PLUS 30 free events.
The Garden team travel the world year round to find the very best award winning shows and the most inventive and exciting new works to present to our audience. 2015’s program features 32 Australian premieres, including 24 world premieres.
More than 700,000 people visit The Garden each season and its popularity continues to grow every year.
Some of the many highlights of our 2015 program include:
The Australian premiere of the hottest new show on the global festival circuit, Velvet, featuring legendary diva Marcia Hines in the best disco party of your life.
The co creators of Cantina together with the incredible Ben Walsh (Tom Tom Crew) and the Crusty Suitcase Band unite for a whisky infused evening of raucous beats and dexterous feats in Scotch and Soda.
Two incredible multi talented musicians with only four hands and four feet perform the virtuosic 1973 masterpiece by Mike Oldfield, Tubular Bells In the global festival hit show of the same name.
The record breaking, award winning Spiegeltent sensations, LIMBO and La Soiree return for strictly limited seasons.
The sad clown with the golden voice, Puddles, makes his Australian debut with his astounding, genre spanning repertoire of hits in Puddles Pity Party.
New York’s acclaimed improvisational theatre group, The Neo Futurists, bring the Australian premiere of Too Much Light Makes Baby Go Blind, which The New York Times dubbed ‘…like an entire Fringe Festival condensed into one show.’
Comedy superstars Wil Anderson, Heath Franklin, Celia Pacquola, Dave Hughes, Abandoman, Adrienne Truscott, Sam Simmons and the much loved Axis of Awesome all perform new shows in The Garden in 2015.
They are thrilled to present the best music lineup ever for 2015, including Dan Sultan, J. Mascis, Archie Roach, Katie Noonan, Kate Ceberano, Tex Perkins, Toni Childs, The Basics, Wayne ‘The Train’ Hancock and the musical debut by Australian acting great Guy Pearce.
The Garden is the place for fun filled family days and nights bursting with stars.
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