The very popular British Film Festival begins on November 10th with the best films from the British Isles.
Step back to the roaring twenties and enjoy the silliness that sees Ruby, an American heiress, and Hester, an East-End social climber, get together with a piano and a fair amount of booze. The two ladies are accompanied by a pianist who we are led to believe doesn’t speak English, leading to some comic exchanges.
This reviewer has often said that the Tea Tree Players know their audience and give them what they want. But with Rob Urbinati’s Death By Design, the company is definitely stretching their audience’s boundaries.
Noel Coward’s classic comedy of bad manners, Hay Fever, is a real theatrical gem and the current English touring production of his play, stars one of England's leading ladies, Felicity Kendal.
Noël Coward’s hilarious comedy of bad manners comes to Adelaide, starring popular English actor of the stage and screen, Felicity Kendal.
An extremely well thought out and executed production which preserves and yet improves upon Coward’s original play, in a way that most of us could not imagine.
Therry Dramatic Society's latest production of Private Lives has all the humour and Britishness of Noel Coward plus the deft touch and comedy of director Barry Hill all over it.
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.
It’s always exciting to watch a career blossom. From Victor Harbor to Sydney, Mat Loeser is one of this State’s rising young exports, with a particular appeal to lovers of nostalgia.