It’s been a long break, but Galleon are back with their usual fine level of production.
The Prisoner of Second Avenue concerns a middle-aged couple who have an apartment in New York in the seventies when New York had the highest crime rate in the world, rising unemployment in addition to common city problems of noise and smells assaulting the senses.
The publicity describes this production as a dark comedy about the dark ages! That about sums it up nicely, with the emphasis on comedy. Michael Hollinger has written a play about moral dilemmas - we all face them - the concept of doing the right thing for the wrong reason.
Set in a dilapidated Victorian three-storey country house, reputedly a former bordello and said to be haunted by a deceased prostitute, Alan Ayckbourn's 'Taking Steps' follows six characters in the course of one hectic night and morning, with continual running up and down stairs and in and out of rooms.
Season’s Greetings: a family gathers for four days of Christmas festivities, which rapidly disintegrate into attempted adultery, attempted murder and attempted puppetry!
This production is good and has plenty of laughs and Williamson fans will love it. Galleon continues to provide great community theatre and is well supported for good reasons.
Michael Jacobs' comedy 'Cheaters' is about relationships and an examination of commitment and fidelity.
What would you do if you showed up for a dinner party only to find the hostess missing and the host upstairs in his bedroom with a bullet hole in his ear.?
Disaster strikes for a bride-to-be when her ex-boyfriend shows up on her wedding day in this funny comedy at the Galleon Theatre Group.
Young, handsome, somewhat naive Guy Jones joins the Pendon Amateur Light Operatic Society and quickly finds himself moving up the theatrical ladder when two of the ladies take a fancy to him.
Opera from the Royal Opera in Covent Garden captured live and screened around the world into a cinema near you. What an age we live in! It has everything: glorious music, superlative singing, epic scenery, lighting and colour, costumes, big casts and larger than life plots.
This award-winning holocaust play deals with the children of the perpetrators and how they have been impacted by the events that embroiled their parents.
You must go and see Ballet Revolución! It is the hottest event in town. It is exciting, vibrant, powerful, stirring, sexy, and at times it takes your breath way. It’s a party and a celebration of humanity.
Three hundred people packed into the Adelaide Festival Centre’s Banquet Room to witness OzAsia Festival Director Jacinta Thompson unveil the 2013 festival to be held in September, and it will be action packed!
Melissa Madden Gray aka Meow Meow is an Australian born artiste of international reputation whose act is closer to the roots of cabaret than most other performers in the Cabaret Festival.
Presented by the Adelaide Cabaret Festival Reviewed Sunday 9th June 2013 Adelaide audiences haven’t seen Barb Jungr for six years or so and her current show, Stockport to Memphis, is essentially an autobiographical journey that takes us from her roots in sleepy Stockport in Cheshire – “a town with a co-op, that’s all you need […]
A sweet story of love and loss, told with Neil Simon's usual flair for comedy.
The play takes us back to the Thatcher era, a time of vast unemployment, especially in the industrial North of England.