As One is a dark and ridiculous comedy about tribal belonging, brought to you by the company that presented Deluge in the 2016 Adelaide Festival of Arts.
Molière’s seventeenth-century play is given new life in the State Theatre Company and Brink Production’s final offering of 2016, 'Tartuffe'.
Price Check' is a great little Aussie musical set in a local supermarket and has been penned and produced by ex-Adelaidean, Sean Weatherly, and is currently performing here in his home town.
This is one of those shows where you can safely say "there's nothing quite like it around."
15 year old Taya Rose brings her quirky spirit & electric ukulele to memories of George Formby, Frankie Valli, Marilyn Monroe & other stars from the 1930s - 60s.
The uplifting but confronting story of profoundly disabled Jeremy Hartgen, whose sole means of communication is through his eyes.
This is a new rethinking of Shakespeare's Macbeth to attempt to make us re-evaluate our gender prejudices.
Once in a while something new and exciting turns up on the Adelaide theatre scene, and this is most definitely one of those times. You will not forget this work in a hurry and you will find people talking about it long after it closes, so make sure that you see it while you can.
This is a rare chance to see this once controversial, powerful, landmark play, and when better than in the 100th year since White's birth and just past the half century since the play was first produced.
This is one for your diary and it would be wise to book soon, as patrons are being very positive in their comments and word is spreading fast.
In the depths of winter, carny folk don’t hibernate; they trawl the countryside, looking for heaters to warm their hands, lest their fingerpicking be rendered slower than is required. This year, they have stumbled across the Waterside Workers Hall, where they will entertain the masses who gather for their weird and intoxicating musicianship...
A terrific show filled with songs about, or related to fairgrounds, carnivals and circuses.