A renowned interpreter of Dylan, for this tour, Barb Jungr has specifically chosen “the P songs”: philosophical and political, by both Bob Dylan and Leonard Cohen.
They're from Berlin. They’re here to rock and roll. The dynamic sibling duo, Otto und Astrid Rot, lend their future tunes to the Adelaide Cabaret Festival.
Sammy J has left his little purple mate, Randy, behind to bring his Songbook to Adelaide for the Cabaret Festival.
When a teenager dies, the impact on friends and family can be traumatic. An emotional cocktail of anger, guilt, loss, love and resentment that they haven’t worked out how to begin processing.
Harold Pinter’s 'Old Times' is a visceral work of dark tension that erupts in an indescribable truth.
'Old Times' is directed by former head of NIDA Acting, Tony Knight and stars Rachael Wegener, Marc Clement and Charlotte Rose.
The creators of the sell-out cabaret show, La Soiree, return to Adelaide in their new production Club Swizzle, a fun and very sparkly affair.
In Midsummer Night’s Dream Shakespeare called them Rude Mechanicals, common folk who want to perform for the Prince and maybe win his favour.
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.
Few words can do justice to the magnificence that was the premier of Water Pushes Sand.
Contemporary Indonesian dance theatre has arrived in Adelaide, with 'The Streets' painting a graphic, often confronting picture of the bustling chaos of Jakarta.
Yogyakarta based band, Risky Summerbee and the Honeythief, are labelled “Indie pop”, because no one can work out what other genre to put them in.
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.
With a hit of jazz, booze, foxtrot, glitter, and the odd slice of adultery, any murder can be a work of art when Robert Croser flings it onto the stage.
Independent Theatre will roar into The Space with a new version of F Scott Fitzgerald's iconic romance, 'The Great Gatsby'.
'The Book of Loco' is a one-man show focussing on the madness of a man, and the life events that can push a person to such a mental state.
16 year old Scotch College student, Ben Francis, is about to play, perhaps, the most important musical theatre role of his life – Jesus in Jesus Christ Superstar.
There is only one word to describe the Glenn Miller Orchestra - class, they are all class.
Sporting glitzy gowns and an array of wigs, female impersonator Trevor Ashley proves that he is indeed just about every woman.