An evening of the highest quality theatre full of comedy, tragedy and the day to day problems of living in a country town in 2021.
If you’re after intelligent satire without the weary comic stock-in-trade of lower-class accent, yelling, and whatever words are currently deemed naughty these days, Mister Sammy J is your man.
Peter Quilter's play examines the last days of a true STAR, Judy Garland.
Part up-beat musical, part theatrical opera, part fable, part epic Hollywood drama – A Man of Good Hope brings to the stage the unimaginable story of an impoverished Somalian refugee in a confronting, yet truly beautiful tale of survival, strength and resilience.
From an all-female version of an Australian classic to the return of a record-breaking hit comedy and a festival highlight starring one of Australia’s brightest musical theatre personalities, State Theatre Company’s 2019 season places audiences in the thrilling predicament of the present.
Here are some of the topics Flanagan gets through in her show. Sex. Reality TV. Cleaners. Porn. Honey where there shouldn’t be honey. Cirque du Solei
The Adelaide Fringe Comedy Gala was a great way to kick off the 2018 Fringe season. Supporting the Captain Courageous Foundation, this annual benefit gala featured a stellar line-up of local, national and international comedians, all performing tasters of their main show.
Award-winning comedian Akmal Saleh is bringing his new show Transparent to the Adelaide Fringe.
Back in Adelaide for a lengthy Fringe gig, comedic icon Jimeoin took some time out to chat to Glam over a coffee in Rundle Street.
For two hours, the master of the absurd, Ross Noble, takes us on an eccentric and erratic trip of his mind in his new show, Brain Dump.
GLAM had a chat with the extremely successful, but entirely humble, Ross Noble about his fascinating style of comedy, why Adelaide is a party and which tangent he’ll be drifting off to next.
Yesterday morning Glam met with adopted Aussie comedian Jimeoin for a coffee and to chat about all things Adelaide, and consequently all things not Adelaide too.
After meeting Jimeoin for a quiet coffee and a chat yesterday morning, and seeing the ‘real world’ side of the man, I was excited to see his contrasting on stage persona burst on to the stage at the Royalty Theatre.
Nothing is sacred to Egyptian/Australian comedian Akmal Saleh including the fact that all his family are doctors, with him being the lowest of low on their success scale.
Kitty Flanagan’s latest endeavour takes on everything that annoys here, from ex-boyfriends, mummy-bloggers and Internet culture, sex and shop-assistants.
In classic Kransky Sisters style they took the audience through a production of life tales & cover songs with many well-scripted jokes.
Those sound effects wizards, mimes extraordinaire & knock-about physical comics are back on stage with a vengeance but it's definitely not for kids.
While the classic story of Dorothy’s trip down the Yellow Brick Road has often been told and performed on stage, Adelaide Youth Theatre has managed to put their personal stamp on The Wizard of Oz.
Both the text and Ross Gurney-Randall are magnificent, with Guy Masterson's tight direction creating a fast-paced, gripping drama on an almost bare stage
Guy Masterson reprised his celebrated comedy American Poodle for two shows only amongst the ten productions he has brought to the Fringe under the banner of the Centre for International Theatre.