The Odd Couple has hit the stage at the Holden Street Theatres in a local production of the 1965 Broadway classic.
This excellent work keeps the audience fully engaged throughout. Make a point of seeing this one.
This very clever comedy, by Ben Woolf, features four superb actors of great skill and talent, with an excellent ensemble rapport.
Following the huge success of The Lab, The Hive, The Eko Chamber and The Drawing Room, the Art Gallery of South Australia will unveil a new dedicated learning activity space for children, families and art lovers of all ages thanks to the generous support of the James and Diana Ramsay Foundation.
Wee Andy is in hospital, the victim of a knife attack. His best friend, Mackie, is distraught and finds himself recruited by a gang seeking revenge.
This performance is filled with humour, facts, some sneaky bits of education, and song, self-accompanied on guitar.
Ruth Cracknell and Garry McDonald had great success with the popular ABC television series. It is the performances of Kim Clark and Isabella Norton that really make this production.
Six magnificent characterisations are what makes this piece work, with a terrific script underpinning it.
This is a harsh, gritty look at three British people in their early to mid twenties; Tommy, his flatmate Chloe and his girlfriend, Edie. Add Heorin and watch what happens.