Presented by The Adelaide Repertory Theatre (aka The Rep) Reviewed 18 June 2022 Alan Bennett’s The Madness of George III received its premier on November the 28th 1991 at The National Theatre in London and subsequently toured The UK and the United States. It was made into a film in 1994 and has graced a […]
Presented by Adelaide Repertory Theatre (aka The Rep)Reviewed 7 April2022 Joe Orton was nothing if not offensive: it was his aim in life. As a result, he wrote a clever, witty, irreverent script ready to lambast anything considered sacred. On opening night this production did not deliver all that it could have. The truth is […]
Presented by Adelaide Repertory Theatre (aka The Rep)Reviewed 18 November 2021 Written by Charlotte Jones, this play is a confusing look at relationships and their inherent problems. Focusing on Felix, a Theoretical Astrophysicist who has returned home for his father’s funeral, the story examines the strained relationship with his mother. We also get to see […]
Presented by Adelaide Repertory Theatre (aka The Rep)Reviewed 3 September 2021 David Lindsay-Abaire’s script for Good People is wordy and at times this causes it to lose pace. Nick Fagan has presented this piece on a very well-planned set, designed by Brittany Daw with differing looks for the two acts. The split set in the […]
This story of three ladies “of a certain age” takes an amusing look at old friendships and the ability to change
A moving and funny story about sisters and the secrets they keep
A Christmas Carol is a story that has become a part of Christmas time for many of us. Whether it's the original novel by Charles Dickens or one of the many film adaptations, it is a well-known tale. For their final season of 2020, the Adelaide Repertory Theatre presents a new, reworked version of this timeless tale.
The play is about a time when Britain was transitioning from a nation fighting for survival to a nation crowned with glory that had lost the ability to feel.
This play is about courage, determination, perseverance and the clash of two indomitable wills that come to terms with their own personal disabilities to heal their broken spirits.
Bill makes a big mistake at his stag party and wakes up in the honeymoon suite, on the morning of his wedding, with a mysterious woman, Judy. With the help of his best man, Tom, Bill tries to cover up the fact that he cheated on his fiancée. Unfortunately for Bill, but luckily for the audience, hilarious chaos occurs.
With Palace of Varieties the Adelaide Rep provides the audience with a wonderful evening at an old time music hall.
This is a whodunit, murder mystery that produces a somewhat psychologically disturbing twist no-one saw coming, with a few laughs along the way.
What happens when a husband and wife decide to have a nice romantic evening, but not with each other? Find out in Adelaide Rep's hilarious farce, 'Don't Dress For Dinner'
The comedy,"It's Just Sex" is set for its Australian premiere in what will be The Adelaide Repertory Theatre's raciest show ever staged.
The southern hemisphere’s oldest surviving amateur theatre company, The Adelaide Rep, has launched its 2015 season featuring outright melodrama & touching human drama.