Audiences interstate have been falling in love with Elvis: A Musical Revolution, and in April it will be Adelaide’s turn. Elvis: A Musical Revolution is a new bio-musical exploring the extraordinary life of award-winning cultural icon and rock ‘n’ roll superstar, Elvis Presley. The musical features over 40 iconic Elvis Presley hits, such as Jailhouse Rock, Hound Dog, That’s […]
Adelaide Festival Centre’s inSPACE Development Program has unveiled its highly anticipated 2024 program.
Seann Miley Moore is currently performing as The Engineer in Miss Saigon
A visually spectacular classic for the young and young at heart
Miss Saigon is a masterpiece of theatrical magic — it is bold, confronting, hard-hitting, yet at the same time, full of heart, warmth and emotion
The new design promises a seamless connection to the Dunstan Playhouse and Space Theatre from the Northern Promenade and Walk of Fame.
Rob Mallett is currently starring as Elvis in the bio-musical heading to Adelaide in 2024
Quality entertainment for everyone
Playing Kim in Miss Saigon, Abigail Adriano is excited about the upcoming Adelaide season
It’s almost there
In its current format a little niche, has lots of potential
A Night with Poh Ling Yeow and Sarah Tiong offers a rare and mouth watering insight into the Australian culinary industry
A moving and delightful, if somewhat under-cooked, piece of theatre
Non-stop entertainment and lots of laughs
A visually spectacular and frenetically energetic show of wild contemporary dance, utilising clever set design intertwined with technological artistry and a unique arena-like staging
An outstanding and moving musical performance
The critically acclaimed musical Mary Poppins was a spoonful of sugar for South Australia’s economy, generating $23.4 million for our state.
Rajan always leaves the audience pondering challenging themes while also feeling a warm glow in their heart
OzAsia is back! Expect remarkable contemporary dance, powerful theatre, delicious cuisine, engaging conversations and brilliant musicians.
Dung Nguyen brings his deeply moving production 1988 to the OzAsia Festival