Set in Hollywood in 1951, a major studio "fixer" has to sort out the mess when their top star is kidnapped from the set of a high-budget, Jesus-drama.
The premier of a new, musical work is always filled with expectation and nerves, and Wednesday night was no exception.
Sigmund Romberg’s The Student Prince is front and centre of any light-opera society’s canon. It’s beautifully tuneful, charming and lacking anything other than the thinnest of plots. SA Light Opera Society has pulled together some lovely voices for their production of this classic.
This gorgeous, galloping documentary paints a very human portrait of Michael White, “the most famous man you’ve never heard of”
The Word Box took the form of a sequence of poems and songs around the theme of the bitter sweet sounds of love and loss, redemption and revenge.
There are laughs, hints of tears and plenty of good old entertainment to be had in this production, so treat yourself to a night out.
This is a most worthwhile endeavour and, if all goes well, marks the start of a project that will continue in future years.