Michael Kutschbach talks to Glam about his collaboration with the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra.
Adelaide Cabaret Festival turns 20 in 2020 and we couldn’t wait to give you a tease of next year’s star-studded program with 6 early release shows announced today.
The Australian premiere of Abhishek Thapar’s My Home At The Intersection was an insightful and compelling inclusion for the 2019 OzAsia Festival.
Based on the Sumerian epic, an ageing Gilgamesh looks back on the most violent episode of his life, when he and Enkidu journey to the great Cedar Forest and proceed to destroy it.
Stuck in the Narrowest Path is an immersive experience of physical theatre, taking its audience on a somewhat violent, uniquely located and sometimes humorous journey through the behind-the-scenes rooms of the Adelaide Festival Centre.
A play of epic proportions, The Village tells the historic 50-year story of families displaced by the Chinese Communist Revolution. It is an emotional tale that emphasises the importance of family and the changing concept of ‘home’.
Following hit seasons across Australia, the provocative, laugh-out-loud Aussie rom-com Black Is The New Whitewill finally come to State Theatre Company South Australia in November, with renowned actor Miranda Tapsell leading an all-star cast.
In its Australian premiere What The Day Owes To The Night is a breathtaking display of talent in a way that makes you feel mesmerized by its beauty but also taken aback by the sheer powerfulness of the performance.
£¥€$ (LIES) presents an exciting, mysterious and entertaining way to learn about the confusing world of banking and international markets by allowing its audience to take on the responsibilities of those who pull the strings in this unfamiliar world.
Techno Circus is a modern version of shadow puppetry that has evolved to incorporate new technologies and staging abilities to produce a multi-layered, sophisticated spectacle.
The Australian Ballet is bringing The Nutcracker to Adelaide in light of the festive season returning. Prepare to immerse yourself in a magical story.
It’s time to reminisce about your teenage years, both its horrors and heart-warming experiences, as we follow 14-year-old Greta on the colourful, dramatic and surreal night of her 15th birthday in Girl Asleep - a truly unique coming-of-age tale.
Girl Asleep, Windmill’s critically acclaimed coming-of-age theatre production that went on to be adapted into an internationally award-winning film, returns to the stage at the Adelaide Festival Centre this week.
From Broadway to La Scala began life as one series of concerts with David Hobson and Teddy Tahu Rhodes. It has since morphed into a brand. It’s a simple and incredibly successful format: a group of (mostly) classical singers, put on a concert of works from both opera and musicals.
Winner of the 2019 OUR MOB Emerging Artists' award has been announced, following works by many other South Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists.
Nursery Rhyme Crime has never been so good.
The Book of Mormon has announced a ticket lottery, in which a limited number of $30 tickets will be sold by ballot before each performance at Festival Theatre, Adelaide Festival Centre.
Adelaide’s renowned theatre-of-disability company, No Strings Attached, goes from strength to strength.
Beginning the show, a la Sinatra, Campbell was on form with Come Fly With Me, telling his audience how great it was to be back in his hometown and at the Cabaret Festival which he loves.
This price is absolutely unbelievable (and apparently the show is absolutely unbelievable too!)