A moving and funny story about sisters and the secrets they keep
Written in 1775 by Richard Sheridan, The Rivals has seen many revivals, but still maintains its intrinsic humour.
A powerhouse, irreverent marathon of tragic comedy, Jez Butterworth’s Jerusalem embodies England as it is and England as it once might have been – that is, at least, according to an idealised mythological version of its past.
Following sold out seasons on the West End and Broadway, University of Adelaide Theatre Guild present the South Australian premiere of Jez Butterworth’s Tony and Olivier award winning Jerusalem from August 3-17 at the Little Theatre.
IpSkip Productions have tackled one very hot topic in the wake of the #metoo movement, but what better time to do so and with an adaption of Henrik Ibsen’s A Doll’s House.
Bill, escaping his former life hides in his remote house/book shop, caring for his ageing father. Diane is stranded in a blizzard. Add a mechanic and his wife, and a mysterious Polar Bear.
Friday night guided tours of the West Terrace Cemetery bring history to life. Punters meet people from the past and hear audio recreations of historical moments
For seventeen years, two sugarcane cutters have journeyed to Melbourne to catch up with two women but this year things change as truths are revealed.
Count Dracula is one of the most famous gothic horror characters, created in 1897 by Irish author Abraham ‘Bram’ Stoker and based on history’s Vlad The Impaler.
Therry Dramatic Society's latest production of Private Lives has all the humour and Britishness of Noel Coward plus the deft touch and comedy of director Barry Hill all over it.
In true Agatha Christie style, The Mousetrap has more red herrings than a trawler could carry and, of course, the twist in the tale. The season has already been extended, so the chances of getting a ticket are very slim, but you should certainly try.