"Annie" is the cutest, feel-good story of an 11-year-old optimistic orphan who changes hearts wherever she goes.
A new comedy which tells the standard tale of a bachelor who is looked to advice from his married friends because they envy his lifestyle.
One of the most-read and iconic children’s books of all time, 'The Very Hungry Caterpillar' emerges off the page in a masterful theatrical experience.
A 1950’s comic strip seems a highly unlikely source material for a successful musical, but it works.
Everyone thinks this is a horror story, but it is not. It’s a love story! A slightly warped love story maybe, but nonetheless there is a lot of love going ‘round. There is also a fair amount of humour and silliness and good honest fun!
Balaklava Community Arts brings to life the stage adaptation of Disney's romantic musical about the beautiful Belle and the Beast.
Five established artists present a variety of works with differing styles, each well rendered with accomplished techniques, including decorative pieces done on Pianola rolls by Sarah Gabril.
This modern circus is a fine piece of entertainment with a European and contemporary feel and a touch of the bizarre, performed by world-class artistes.
The Turtles are back, bigger and better than ever in this action-packed new take on an old favourite when a cub reporter gets more than she bargain for when investigating a story.
The South Australian Light Opera Society (SALOS) present one of Gilbert and Sullivan's most loved romance-comedies.
Audiences never seem to tire of The Sound of Music. It continues to please no matter how many times it has been performed and the G&S Society do it justice.
Presented by JamFactory Reviewed 12 July 2014 Exhibition Gallery One: A beautiful exhibition of exquisite works, with each piece perfectly formed, demonstrating great technique in glass, wood and metal. The finish on each work is consistently good, which is to be expected from someone who has been working in the medium since the 70s and […]
Dance, shadow puppetry & acrobatics combined with original music, fine acting & a well thought out storyline to take us much further than any one of these genre alone.
Kathryn Oliphant, Ross Wilsmore & Robyn Rankin (paintings) & Andrea Fiebig (glass) display a range of works at the Art Images Gallery throughout July.
Australian iconic group by Denis Surmon joined The Beggars for this tribute to The Seekers, covering many instantly-recognisable songs.
With an easy comfortable style, Peter Mitchell and Lachy Bruce spin some of the best yarns to come out of the outback, underscored by traditional accompaniments.
Kathy Najimy mesmerised the audience with tales of family, her upbringing, and human rights, giving amusing anecdotes and reasons to consider our own thoughts.
Brian d’Arcy James is a friendly, self-effacing, and popular Broadway performer with several awards to his name and his concert set out to show us why.
With not an instrument in sight, The King's Singers gave us a cappella versions of many of the classics from what is known as the Great American Songbook.
Most people who have survived open-heart surgery would thank their lucky stars and move on. Shelley Dunstone isn’t most people.