The Boy Who Talked To Dogs is a unique theatrical experience, produced in collaboration between Slingsby and the State Theatre Company of South Australia.
This world premiere production is fabulous and so, so relevant in today’s uncertain world. Satomi Ohnishi plays drums while Quincy Grant, Gareth Chin, Cameron Goodall and Leah Flanagan make some great rock music playing some 12 different instruments between them with Goodall and Flanagan also belting out some brilliant original songs.
Andy Packer is the Artistic Director of Slingsby, a company well known for its high standard of productions, full of innovation and creativity.
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?
This is one of those shows where you can safely say "there's nothing quite like it around."
The countdown to the premier celebration of Australia’s live performance industry is on following Monday night’s announcement of the 2015 Helpmann Awards nominees.
"The Front" is a new Australian musical following the people and events surrounding the bloodiest battle in ANZAC history - Fromelle.
The innovative theatre company, Slingsby, has joined forces with State Opera to create a “family opera”, based on the nonsense poetry of Edward Lear.
Stepping into the theatre, audiences will be transported to the lavish and magical strangeness of a carnival of the Victorian era
The Come Out Festival Board has announced the appointment of Noel Jordan as Artistic Director of Come Out Youth Arts Festival for 2013 and 2015.
COME OUT Festival 2011 presents a schools' program packed full of every genre. From theatre to visual arts, literature to dance, the Festival will present over 130 performances, workshops, events, public art and visual arts exhibitions in over 35 venues across Adelaide and regional South Australia.