Located on Adelaide’s main boulevard, Ayers House is vibrant, versatile, and boasts four fabulous rooms in which events can be held.
Jessica Messenger, one of the talented actors who make up the Perth based duo Sense and Spontaneity, gives the audience a very clever and witty performance as Jane Austen: Private Eye and introduces us to a side of Jane Austen we’ve never seen before.
When it first opened back in 1973, the venue's restaurant was the height of fancy dining, and the first silver service restaurant in South Australia.
Seriously, it's all about food - where you can book, where you can eat, how much you can eat, and who you want to share the day with.
When it comes to planning your big day, this event is the definition of unmissable.
A scary little number that could have been extracted straight from the tomes of Edgar Allan Poe, this is a who’s-haunting-who tale that smacks of the macabre.
Patrons of this sold-out event were held enthralled by the soundscapes and tempos.
In any show about Dorothy Parker, wit is to be expected, but to combine that wit with suburb characterisation, panache, expert writing, singing, and yet more wit, adds up to a perfect evening out.