Die Fledermaus is one of the most popular and well-known of the operettas. Filled with recognizable and delightful music, based around a plot of unmitigated silliness, it is a work with which much fun can be had.
Nothing like a few Christmas songs to get you into the mood for the festive season, and who better to lead the fun than Tim Sexton?
The second opera of the Philip Glass Trilogy, presented by State Opera SA & the Adelaide Art Orchestra, is an extraordinary 4 hour experience like no other.
Established in 2001, the Adelaide Art Orchestra comprises top freelance professional players in South Australia & boasts over 120 Cabaret Festival shows already.
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.
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.
This new work was created especially for the 2013 Adelaide Cabaret Festival and incorporates storytelling and song but the evolution of Paul McDermott’s Adelaide Fringe exhibition to a stage show is an odd state of play with mixed results.
The sensational Kristin Chenoweth is star in every sense but probably best known for her appearances in over 40 film and television shows.
Greta Bradman, one of Australia’s leading young sopranos, will be joined by internationally acclaimed Australian tenor Rosario La Spina to perform under the canopy of the magnificent Bundaleer Forest in Jamestown at the Bundaleer Festival, on March 22 to 24.
For many Adelaide folk the festive season really gets under way with a night out at the Christmas Proms. Hurry for your dose of Christmas cheer, 1940s style, as I hear it is close to sold out.
The Adelaide Festival Centre's Christmas Proms have become a regular treat for many Adelaide families, couples and even individuals, and a packed Festival Theatre showed that this year is no exception
Featuring special guests Marina Prior and Bernard Walz, Adelaide Festival Centre’s Christmas Proms is the perfect setting to get you in the festive spirit.
Michael Feinstein was the big event to close the Cabaret Festival for this year and a packed house showed that he was just the right person for the job.
Backed by the superb Adelaide Art Orchestra and her own small core of touring musicians and backing singers, Olivia Newton-John gave her fans a song filled evening to remember
Headlining this year’s Cabaret Festival exclusive to Adelaide is international chart stopper, movie star, tireless fundraiser and Australian icon Olivia Newton-John.
This was a concert that had something for everybody with music from the heavyweights of opera, such as Verdi, Puccini and Wagner, through the darkness and complexity of Sondheim's Sweeney Todd, to the fun of The Mikado and on to the jazz influenced works of Gershwin and Bernstein.
HOW MANY STARS CAN YOU SEE IN THE FOREST? The Bundaleer Forest Weekend returns in 2011 for two days and two nights of music, opera and theatre in a unique bushland setting only two hours from Adelaide. Attracting thousands of music lovers, the Bundaleer Forest Weekend is located near Jamestown, two hours north of Adelaide […]
A decade of cabaret and there’s more to come as the Adelaide Festival Centre and Artistic Director for the Adelaide Cabaret Festival, David Campbell, announce the 2010 Adelaide Cabaret Festival program, 11 – 26 June, proudly supported by Principal Partner FOXTEL.