Penny Ashton returns to the Adelaide Fringe once again to delight and entertain audiences with her charming wit, hilarious facials and first rate humour.
Autumn de Wilde directs this lavish new adaptation of Jane Austen's classic novel.
A modern retelling of "Pride and Prejudice" updated to be set in conservative Pakistani society and centering around an independent 30 year old woman.
Jessica Messenger, one of the talented actors who make up the Perth based duo Sense and Spontaneity, gives the audience a very clever and witty performance as Jane Austen: Private Eye and introduces us to a side of Jane Austen we’ve never seen before.
“If a book is well written, I always find it too short.” Jane Austen’s infamous words find new meaning in the State Theatre Company’s bold production of Sense & Sensibility, adapted by Kate Hamill.
Penny Ashton presents a parade of Regency characters in her one woman show and her sharp wit makes us realise that some of them are still around 200 years later.
Amidst the pomp and circumstance of the genteel nobility of 19th Century Britain, the undead rise to ravage Jane Austen’s classic novel characters.
If you love the works of that epitome of romantic novelists, Jane Austen, then you will most certainly not want to miss this production. Rebecca Vaughan slips easily and seamlessly between each of the characters in a glorious parade of quirky personalities.