This musical has been eagerly awaited by amateur companies and with good reason; it has the fantastic ABBA music and a good script from the book by Catherine Johnson.
The silly story of love outside of your station in life has no violence, no monsters (Dick Deadeye isn’t all that bad) and the worst swear word you will hear is Damn (hardly ever!).
Written by Jessica Swale, Nell Gwynn charts the rags-to-riches story of Nell, London’s first actor-ess (“it means female actor”), in a saucy, irreverent, not-entirely-historically-accurate but very entertaining look into this woman’s life.
Lord Andrew Lloyd-Webber’s masterpiece The Phantom of the Opera returns to the Adelaide stage in September/October in an exciting production for the G&S Society at the Arts Theatre.
This play, by Nick Dear from a famous story by Mary Shelley, was originally performed with a very distinguished cast by the National Theatre, London and received rave reviews.
A murder/mystery'comedy where the killer can change with each performance.
Bearing the same name and basically the same story as the Verdi opera, this more recent take on the tale has music supplied by Elton John and Time Rice.
Rodgers and Hammerstein's 'The King & I' is the latest musical production from The Met starring Selina Britz as Anna and Brad Martin as the King of Siam.
When Megan Dansie directs Shakespeare something special happens. The setting of this piece at the end of WWII gives it depth and a darker side than it previously seemed to show.
A young downtrodden Cockney flower girl is taught to blossom into a duchess in this faithful and delightful retelling of this popular musical stage classic.
Therry Dramatic Society's latest production of Private Lives has all the humour and Britishness of Noel Coward plus the deft touch and comedy of director Barry Hill all over it.
Breath of Spring offers an evening of light fun with plenty of laughs.
This is pleasant enough evening, and certainly one for the dedicated followers of the works of Agatha Christie.