Adelaide Cabaret Festival turns 20 in 2020 and we couldn’t wait to give you a tease of next year’s star-studded program with 6 early release shows announced today.
Adelaide will be the first to experience Ghost The Musical as it premieres tonight!
The Festival Centre's BASS outlets will introduce a $8.95 transaction fee effective from 1 July, the last Australian capital city arts centre to do so.
Kate Ceberano serves up 480 artists and 180 performances over 16 days and nights in her final saucy and seriously fabulous lineup!
Rising star of the Australian arts industry, Joseph Mitchell, has been appointed as the 2015 OzAsia Festival Director which will be focusing on Indonesia.
The Something on Saturday program for 2-10 year olds provides an opportunity to beat the winter blues with many children enjoying their first ever theatrical experience.
For the first time, Adelaide audiences will have the opportunity to hear Julie Andrews take them through tales of her life and career.
This production, commissioned by artistic director Stephen Page, is yet another wonderful work from this groundbreaking company.
Adelaide’s Debora Krizak will play the sexy, full of attitude character of Sheila Bryant in the stunning Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winning musical A CHORUS LINE opening in Adelaide’s Festival Theatre on 31 December.
The 2010 OzAsia Festival ended, not with a whimper, but with a bang, provided by this energetic and enthusiastic Anglo-Indian percussion-based group.
The 10th Adelaide Cabaret Festival draws to a close this weekend after a sizzling two weeks of ticket sales, making the 2010 Festival the most successful Cabaret Festival ever.