With their 15 June performance sold out, there’s only one more chance to see this exclusive Adelaide season. To miss it, would be the only thing more scandalous than their songs.
Returning to his hometown, Michael Griffiths’ one man show is a cleverly performed lyrical tale of Annie Lennox and her rise to fame as one half of the popular group, The Eurythmics.
From the moment that Keira Daley stated that she felt physically ill whenever somebody misused an apostrophe, I new I had found a kindred spirit.
Angela Harding has a superb voice and a great vocal range. She is a valuable addition to the Australian cabaret scene.
LaBonte's voice suits the songs and style of Cole beautifully, and his delivery of the poetic narrative is wonderfully engaging. This is a masterly performance by a hugely talented performer.
There is a lot going on in this performance and the audience were certainly impressed. You can take a look for yourself with one more show tonight.
Nathan does a sensational job of portraying all of the different characters. This is a remarkably fine piece of theatre from a local writer/performer.
The projections, moving images and photographs evolved from Aehee Park’s experiences as Artist-in-Residence at the Cowwarr Art Space, Gippsland, in 2009.
Tenzin Choegyal’s high level of musicianship, his amazing voice and strong connection to his Tibetan heritage, coupled with his innovative approach to modern Tibetan music and his deep spirituality made this a very special concert.
These instruments, played at such a high level, are seldom heard in Adelaide and so it was a great pleasure to attend this fine concert by these truly superb musicians.