A magical and awe-inspiring production that all Phantom lovers must see, along with those fond of the age-old tale of love destined for heartbreak.
This is a “feel-good” show that anybody can enjoy for its pseudo-Scottish music, lively dance routines, and laughs.
This is a nicely stylish piece with a wickedly witty script, There are plenty of laughs to be had in this clever production.
Breath of Spring offers an evening of light fun with plenty of laughs.
One of Australia's favourite American comedians Arj Barker has returned to the Adelaide Fringe with a new show, Go Time.
There is just so much to like about this family friendly production. Take the kids and take the grandparents.
With only two performances left today, waste no time at all in rounding up the whole family and racing in to see this top quality production, before the remaining tickets are gone. We seldom see performances this good.
This is pleasant enough evening, and certainly one for the dedicated followers of the works of Agatha Christie.
This was a terrific evening of musical theatre and lived up to the high standards set by Marie Clark’s A Chorus Line earlier in the year. If you are in need of a really good laugh, with great music and exceptional performances, then get a ticket before they sell out.
Follow the yellow brick road for a fun, energetic evening of song and magic with this school-style production of L. Frank Baum's classic novel.
Nothing has been overlooked in this excellent production, Make a point of seeing this performance, if you can still get tickets.
This is another winner for The Rep and will no doubt gain admirers for the writing of Martin McDonagh and the direction of Kerrin White, as well as the talents of his team, both onstage and backstage.
The Meadowbrook Health Resort in up-state New York is about to reopen after the suicide of the former owner. Everything is looking good until the cook, celebrity chef Edith Chiles, is poisoned.
From the opening destruction of Roy Orbison’s Pretty Woman, Downe continues to roll out the laughs with his unique brand of silliness.
Ifft is one of those American comedians who seems to spend almost as much time in Australia as he does in his home country.
Director, Nadine Wood, Musical Director, Deborah Brennan, and Choreographer, Lauren Dempsey took on a daunting task and accomplished great things.
The Adelaide Critics Circle Awards, the ACColades, are to be presented at 6pm on Monday 5th December 2011 at the ARTS Theatre, 53 Angas Street, Adelaide. This event is open to the public and entry is free.
This is a pleasant enough evening out, which should improve with increased pace as the season progresses, and it offers some good performances that make it worth seeing, but is ultimately let down by the script.
Ivan Menchell's comedy is about three Jewish widows, Doris, Lucille and Ida, who meet once a month for tea, then go to the cemetery to visit the graves of their husbands.
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.