This American comedy centres on two reporters after the scoop of the century when they learn that a local parish, the Sisters of Perpetual Sewing, are bootlegging home-made “grape juice” to beat the crunch of financial hardship.
This is a wonderful overview of the trials, triumphs, and tribulations of these creative paragons; a musical journey through the eventful lives of these crooners.
Theatregoers and film lovers should both be well versed in the works of playwright, lyricist and actor, Noël Coward and, in particular, his signature comedy of manners humour.
A magical and awe-inspiring production that all Phantom lovers must see, along with those fond of the age-old tale of love destined for heartbreak.
Presented by Alison Kimber Reviewed Thursday 20th June 2013 Everyone has that guilty pleasure song they’ll blast in the car, but cut the volume when they stop at the lights … for fear of society uncovering their secret shame. Whether it be ABBA, The Seekers, or perhaps you’re a closeted “Belieber”. With her debut […]
Following three sold out shows in the 2013 Adelaide Fringe, Sally Anderson presents Jazz and Blues Diva, the story of the jazz and blues greats of our history.
The New Cabal is everything jazz should be and if you’re a regular at the wonderfully eclectic La Bohème, you most certainly should have heard of them!
The Word Box took the form of a sequence of poems and songs around the theme of the bitter sweet sounds of love and loss, redemption and revenge.
These three talented musicians have a little polishing to do, but have nonetheless delivered an entertaining, maddening insight into the crazy world of Sondheim.
Emma Knights is here to challenge your perceptions and provide an insight to the true musical mastery that opera can exhibit with this interactive children’s opera.
Women wear their emotions on their sleeve and men bear the weight of the world on their shoulders and soldier on, right? Perhaps not, according to this look at how to deal with break-ups.
An ode to the songs that cut deep into your heart and then pour lemon juice all over the wound. Each song reminds us a little more about the dual nature of love; equal parts disastrous and glorious.
Snap, Crackle, Pop take us on an “autobiographical, anthropological” exploration to discover what ‘pop’ is, and what it means to us.
Patch Theatre company have delivered a visually spectacular delight. This show, simply, is fun and enjoyable for both you and your children.