This is a fun filled journey where you don’t know what you are going to find at any turn. Come along, and be prepared for anything but, most of all, be prepared to enjoy yourself.
This is a one act musical about Shaw writing a cabaret show, and Hewetson being his best friend and sounding board.
The question, should women operate like men when given power, or should they use their femininity and maintain their traditional role, is viewed from a different angle in Shakespeare’s Queens
This is a show for anyone that is a fan of Eva Cassidy’s music, or people looking for a music gig to while away a pleasant evening.
This is for anyone who believes that living means dreaming and doing, regardless of the cost, or needs to have that reconfirmed, or who simply enjoys wonderfully performed new compositions.
In the intimate space of the upstairs bar at the Crown and Sceptre Hotel, James McLean, with 'geeky', wide eyed enthusiasm, starts the night with A Kick in the Head and goes on to set the theme of the night, his experience, or lack thereof, with the ladies.
Adelaide Youth Theatre’s latest offering, Jason Robert Brown’s 13: A New Musical, showcases some great young talent to look out for in the future.
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.