Three characters take to the stage to recall their time travelling through the backwaters of Wales, England, Scotland, trying and sometimes succeeding to heal those that come their way; when they eventually end up in Ireland
On Friday 19 January, the star-studded walkway overlooking the River Torrens and connecting Adelaide Festival Centre venues was launched to the world, featuring more than 130 names.
Dusty Springfield was arguably THE female singing sensation of the sixties. She was forever looking for the perfect sound.
Molière’s seventeenth-century play is given new life in the State Theatre Company and Brink Production’s final offering of 2016, 'Tartuffe'.
Shocking, hilarious and gripping, this Adelaide-based play is set to take on the world stage.
Patrick White is largely hailed as one of the most important writers of the 20th Century and is certainly one of the most significant writers from Australia.
Chris Drummond, Kris McQuade and Paul Blackwell reunite to present a theatrical adaption of a story by Patrick White.
This October Brink Productions presents the world premiere of 'The Aspirations of Daise Morrow' - a new work based on a short story by Australian writer Patrick White.
In 2016, State Theatre Company will play on stages across South Australia, around the country and, for the first time ever, in London.
State Theatre Company’s Resident Director Nescha Jelk directs Emily Steel’s brand new adaptation of Ben Jonson’s outstanding and outrageous comedy, starring paul Blackwell.
The countdown to the premier celebration of Australia’s live performance industry is on following Monday night’s announcement of the 2015 Helpmann Awards nominees.
The State Theatre Company SA presents three short plays by Samuel Beckett, one of last century’s most influential writers and a father of Theatre of the Absurd.
State Theatre SA has launched its 2015 program of plays which aim to provoke, inspire and delight with a celebration of modern & classic shows & big names.
Vere means faith, and there is faith aplenty in this story of a brilliant physics lecturer struck down by a debilitative disease leading to rapid onset dementia and a form of Parkinson’s.
With themes covering our need for love, connectivity and community; plays consisting of classics, new Australian works and works daring to push the envelope; and a line up of local, interstate and even international talent, next year’s season promises to be quite exciting with a little something for everyone.
A genuinely moving and funny performance from start to finish, Rita Kalnejais’ Babyteeth is the confronting tale of a family struggling with the illness of their fourteen-year-old daughter.
Brink has a reputation for quality work and this collaboration with English Touring Theatre has proved extremely productive resulting in work that is not to be missed.