Get to the Hopgood Theatre, Noarlunga on Wednesday night for free screenings of Indigenous films, including Bangarra Dance Theatre's feature film, "Spear".
Glam's Arts Editor, Brian Godfrey interviews Adelaide's Joe Meldrum about tributing Fred Astaire in 'A Fine Romance'
Fall under the spell of arguably the most famous dancer of all time in A Fine Romance; the Magic of Fred Astaire.
Beccy Cole and Libby O’Donovan win the audience over with their bright smiles, warm personalities, great voices and performance chemistry.
Girl power is what it’s all about in Amity Dry’s peek into the lives of four women in various scenarios of love, marriage and motherhood.
Country Music and Cabaret don't usually go together, but there’s no denying the magic that happens when Beccy Cole and Libby O’Donovan combine talents.
Be transported back to the ‘golden age’ of musical theatre with 'Back to Broadway', the next performance in the Country Arts SA Morning Melodies Series 2015.
'Queens of the City' gives us some fine singing and comic ability from three stereotypical queens – the beauty queen, the old queen and the scary queen.
Anthony Street, ex-principle dancer in Michael Flatley’s Lord of the Dance, has created his own touring show in Australia. Billed as a fusion of Irish dance and magic, Celtic Illusion takes you half way there.
Cirque Mother Africa celebrates life & culture from 9 African countries, bringing a high energy party to all the beautifully executed feats one would expect.
Direct from a sell out Broadway season, Mother Africa is returning to Adelaide after 4 long years with new and old classic acts, new music, and new costumes.
The need to impress & obtain notoriety by whatever means is the theme to this humorous, slightly dark play, capturing the idiosyncrasies of today's youth perfectly,
Simply Sinatra follows Frank Sinatra's career from the early days to the anthems of his later life with storytelling and songs.
Is it possible to out-Python Monty? In a world where we are constantly time-poor, this is a bold, speedy, irreverent romp through all 37 of Shakespeare’s plays!
Complete with all the usual songs and gags, using the alphabet to choose which countries to visit, this fun show is everything the kids wanted.
The Table of Knowledge touring cast needs one more local person to join them for a small yet significant role in this play about sex, lies, greed and corruption.
Acclaimed Australian actress Helen Morse stars in this inter-generational story about the onset of dementia.
The Black Screen initiative is offering a free screening of Indigenous films on 29 May at the Hopgood Theatre, Noarlunga.
Nine martial artists from China graced the stage to showcase a variety of kung fu styles.
Everything old is new again in this energetic youth production that relives the 1980s film in all of its glory. With over 30 cast members and a highly efficient backstage crew, Footloose is big in scale and fun.