The second opera of the Philip Glass Trilogy, presented by State Opera SA & the Adelaide Art Orchestra, is an extraordinary 4 hour experience like no other.
The first in the Philip Glass Trilogy of major operas, each presented by State Opera SA & the Adelaide Art Orchestra, They cycle of 3 plays 3 times over 3 weeks.
This November will see the very welcome return to Australia by iconic platinum singer song writer Tori Amos. Playing Her Majesty’s Theatre on Sunday November 16, Amos will be performing solo shows with only her piano on stage for company.
Set from 1939 to 2008, this indigenous opera exposes interlinked stories of dispossession from the Cummeragunja Mission walk-off to the Stolen Generation.
A unique mixing of fairytale, modern drama and rock musical that is emotional, fascinating and totally spectacular, written specifically for Paul Capsis.
Touring Australia with ‘Ladies & Gentlemen, the songs of George Michael’, former Australian Idol Anthony Callea’s celebration of the icon of pop is set to hit the road in September and will tour nationally.
Kicking off in Adelaide on May 18, Australian singing sensations The Ten Tenors are back with an international tour covering the US, Australia and Germany. What began as a handful of university mates getting together to rake together some drinking money, The Ten Tenors are an industry of their own and after 16 years, the fans just keep coming back for more.
A new era for Leigh Warren Dance was heralded this week with former Australian Dance Theatre dancer/choreographer Daniel Jaber announced to take over the reigns.
The ground-breaking, internationally acclaimed Shadowland have announced their first ever Adelaide season from 9 to 13 July 2014 at Her Majesty’s Theatre.
This adaptation of Shakespeare's King Lear is steeped in Indigenous culture but very recognisable, with the story's moral carried through quite plainly.
Seeing is believing when seven magicians work their magic in an all-new spectacular: The Unusualist, The Deceptionist, The Master Magician, The Warrior, The Futurist, The Manipulator and The Hypnotist.
A heartfelt and entertaining tale of love, travel, and one cheeky lothario who still has some impressive moves to woo the ladies
A capacity crowd were shocked and delighted by the odd-ball brand of adult comedy in Irish comedian Jason Byrne's latest stand up tour, Special Eye.
Adelaide audiences can expect a frenetically paced mash-up of different comedic genres; a style which has become as much a trademark for Jason Byrne as his 'special eye'.
Starting as almost a teenage comedy of four inter-racial friends, 'Parah' becomes an exploration of the censorship, racial discrimination and prejudice still prevalent in Malaysian society today.
Cleverly staged in the round with the audience onstage and even at the card table with the actors, beautifully and humorously directed and performed, and highly profound while still being entertaining, this is exciting theatre
Given its mantra of calmness, its mixture of Asian art forms and its theatricality, this production is a good choice to start the OzAsia Festival celebration of cultures.
Buddy Holly and Roy Orbison WERE Rock ‘n’ Roll in the late fifties/ early sixties, and their songs and performances still thrive today in the twenty-first century.
Finding more ‘bang’ for your buck would be a hard task after the premiere of the playful percussion of Stomp '13 at Her Majesty’s Theatre.
Why do we laugh? Truly ask yourself, what is it about botched English translations, fart jokes, and innuendos that endlessly entertain us?