Heinrich von Herzogenberg, composer and conductor, is hosting a party to celebrate the first performance of Johannes Brahms’ violin concerto: among the guests are Eduard Hanslick, the critic; Josef Joachim, violinist; Fritz Simrock, Brahm’s music publisher; and Clara Schumann, composer, pianist and widow of Robert Schumann. An illustrious list.
If the roll of the dice made your choices for you, you’d never have to take responsibility or feel guilty for your actions. This interesting and provocative concept is explored in Six Sided Man.
This is a story of reminiscence and adventure, of trials and tribulations, and of emotional bravery.
UK actor Nicholas Collett brings his years of stage experience to regale us with a fascinating tale about the famous ol’ salt Lord Horatio Nelson, some of the people in his life, and those affected by his considerable achievements.
If you think you know Britain's most famous spy, James Bond, think again. Gavin Robertson wrote this tight, clever script that is heavy with clichés, baddies, and humour. It is fun, fast and full of many of the usual suspects, all played energetically by Robertson.
What is it to be a man in our world? A world premier and two Australian firsts are amongst five theatre experiences showing in Adelaide this October which touch on this somewhat taboo topic.
Direct from the UK, James Bond is back, in the company of a hit man, a fighter pilot, a sailor and a shrink.
A former World War II Spitfire fighter pilot, Peter Walker, recalls the past and reveals the present, linking the two. Get along and take a flip with him in the old crate. Chocks away chaps.
There is a vast collective wit at work in this production and these two excellent actors hold the attention of the audience tightly in their grasp as the performance unfolds