After impressing the audiences at both the Brighton and Edinburgh Fringes in 2019, TABOO is now immersing South Australian audiences in the unknown historic horrors inflicted against German women by a powerful woman from the Nazi-era onwards.
A play of epic proportions, The Village tells the historic 50-year story of families displaced by the Chinese Communist Revolution. It is an emotional tale that emphasises the importance of family and the changing concept of ‘home’.
£¥€$ (LIES) presents an exciting, mysterious and entertaining way to learn about the confusing world of banking and international markets by allowing its audience to take on the responsibilities of those who pull the strings in this unfamiliar world.
J.B. Priestley’s old-fashioned drawing-room drama written in 1945 still packs a moral wallop. On the surface, it’s a static set, with a bunch of English upper middle-class people talking around the celebratory dining table. Dad and mum, daughter and son, together with the daughter’s new fiancé, cheerfully celebrate the engagement. A mysterious Inspector Goole knocks on their door and starts asking them all questions.
A powerhouse, irreverent marathon of tragic comedy, Jez Butterworth’s Jerusalem embodies England as it is and England as it once might have been – that is, at least, according to an idealised mythological version of its past.
An exploration into mental illness and strained family relationships, Through A Glass Darkly focuses not only on the effects of one woman’s struggle with schizophrenia, but also the emotional turmoil experienced by those close to her.
Deadset Theatre Company’s Zoe Muller and Matilda Butler bring to life SE Hinton’s iconic coming of age story with a confident cast of young Adelaide actors.
Alone on stage, actor Renato Musolino (taking on the roles of over 20 characters from Orwell’s Animal Farm) uses only his face and voice to signal changes of character while the spotlight remains tightly trained on his visage.
A young man, Luke, is placed up against his future. Blinded by a mixture of ignorance and bravado means he doesn’t see the insurmountable difficulties of what his life will involve despite it looking at him in the face. Luke meets Ivan, the man he wishes to become. A homeless man. That is the startling reality of the content of The New Olympias Theatre Company’s show Benchmarks.
Book 7 in the Shardlake series sees Matthew Shardlake, Sergeant-at-Law, take up his law robes and investigate murder and mayhem again in the year 1549.
Sean Anders's comedy-drama about adoption and family.
The re-release of a classic in children's literature. Seven children discover a disused, derelict building and turn it into a theatre, writing and producing their own plays to raise money for their local church.
A light show like nothing you’ve ever seen will have you mesmerised as vibrant glowing patterns are coordinated with a unique electronic soundtrack and energising contemporary dance in this luminescent solo dance performance.
Be a guest at one of the largest wedding receptions of the year as Say No More immerses the audience in the humorous, moving and sometimes tragic plights of a variety of women from different countries who have bravely chosen to share their stories.
War Sum Up is a 21st century electronic opera spectacular that musically brings to life the three stories of the archetypal war characters drawn from classic Noh dramas, a form of traditional Japanese theatre and one of the oldest in the world.
Director David Fairhurst introduces his first feature, the psychological drama Reaching Distance.
A world-renowned choreographer and monks from the Shaolin Temple come together to bring their Adelaide audience a jaw-dropping display of physical feats that will truly astonish all.
A portrait of digital disconnection and narcissistic technological practices, Here is the message you asked for… don’t tell anyone else ;-) lures the audience into an un-healthily obsessed society of which we might never return from.
A significant time in Malaysia’s history is captured through the unique storytelling composition of Baling, unravelling the events of the 1955 ‘Baling Talks’ for the waiting audience.
Four men, four beds, four lockers, they all gaze at you as you enter their space, unflinching, unapologetic. It is a space of confrontation, examination and the cold hard reality of an army training