Patrick Hamilton’s psychological thriller still holds up well today
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.
American punk-pop band Green Day have turned their seminal album American Idiot into a stage production.
Take a musical journey around “A World of Christmas” with the 2017 Christmas Proms, featuring the Tutti Choir and our On Stage Children’s Choir.
Die Fledermaus is one of the most popular and well-known of the operettas. Filled with recognizable and delightful music, based around a plot of unmitigated silliness, it is a work with which much fun can be had.
Angelique embraces absurdity and the extraordinary. Local theatre company isthisyours? does not content themselves with a simple narrative, but present an interactive backstage experience with cast members masquerading as ushers turned tour guides.
Meow Meow is, at heart, a comedienne, a mistress of comedy in the tradition of Barry Humphries.
Paul Kelly's iconic voice gives depth and emotion to 19 poems with Camille O'Sullivan's gorgeous Irish accent bringing elegance and grace to each and every one.
The Variety Gala Performance is a teaser of what the Adelaide Cabaret Festival has to offer. Featuring well known acts with Ali McGregor and Eddie Perfect as hosts.
Crown making, walking the red carpet, photos with the queen and before-show entertainment: this family gala had it all and so much more.
Ahead of the Adelaide Cabaret Festival, The Idea of North have recently returned to Australia from a tour of Switzerland and Germany, where they performed to critical acclaim.
George Orwell’s famous 1949 literary dystopia is shudderingly brought to life on-stage in a loud, oppressively intense and often confronting production.
When we got the call that Todd McKenney was in town to promote his upcoming ‘Duets‘ show with Georgie Parker, we naturally ‘step-ball-changed’ to grab some time with him.
Played by ‘the Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society’, our group of hapless actors attempt to put on a 1920’s murder mystery. Never has a theatrical work gone so horribly and laughably wrong.
Using three old-school overhead projectors, a series of puppets, gels and actors’ silhouettes, Lula Del Ray tells the story of a young girl growing up in the Southwest USA.
Through a stunning combination of live action photography, overhead projection, hand and glove puppets and brilliant silhouettes the story of Philomena is told
Share in stories on stage celebrating 40 years of crap stored in the attics of British people being worth squillions and owned by some old Duke who married his cousin...
Presented by: Michael Coppel & Phil McIntyre in Association with Louise Withers Reviewed: 27 October 2016 Written by John Cleese and Connie Booth, Fawlty Towers has become a beloved TV comedy classic. This is remarkable given it only ran for 12 episodes. Such was the quality of the writing that it has endured for decades and continues generating […]
P G Wodehouse created Jeeves and Wooster early last century but his sense of fun is timeless and enjoys poking fun at stiff boring characters
Despite what we say, we love being scared. The anticipation for the fright builds tension to a crescendo fuelling our adrenaline. 'Ghost Stories' fulfils this need.