The entire 55 mins of 'SDS1' is a cleverly abstracted or – to use a trendy modern cooking term – ‘deconstructed’ soccer training session and match.
Former footballer Ahilan Ratnamohan performs SDS1, a thrilling dance-inspired work derived entirely from the physicality of ‘the beautiful game’.
Madame is different and a bit outrageous, but those things made Farrugia who he is and make this production what it is – enthralling.
Part burlesque, part cabaret & part art, exploring the naked form, self-acceptance and why many nude artists decide take their clothes off in the first place.
In a testosterone filled gymnasium, five actors portray real life boxers and their coaches, unveiling their aspirations, defeats and fond reminiscences. Each personality is exceptional and quirky, with dialogue so nuanced and random that it could only be real.
Forever Now is a response to our cultural obsession with immortalising ourselves, and asks the question: How do we choose what will last forever and be remembered?
This is an exceptional piece that goes well past being a dance performance, with layer after layer revealing more and more.
This is a remarkable and worthwhile joint effort by so many talented people of all ages and backgrounds, a true community involvement. If you can still get a ticket you will be glad that you did.
The price of a ticket may be measured in dollars, but the performance is priceless. Don’t waste a moment booking for this wonderful production.
Waterside Workers Hall has been central to Port Adelaide’s cultural life for 85 years and the Vitalstatistix's 'Cutaway' arts project honours this iconic, heritage listed building. Cutaway is presented as part of the 2011 Port Festival and includes site-specific art works and performances, made within and around Waterside by artists and community makers. The project is […]
This piece covers a vast amount in short space of time in a thoroughly absorbing and intriguing performance that will leave you thinking and talking about it afterwards.
Moira Finucane presents an evening of food, tequila and storytelling that begins with sizzling hors d'oeuvres and sangria outside the main Ballroom tent of the Feast Hub on Light Square.
This is yet another fine piece of work that makes the trip to Port Adelaide well worthwhile. Seating is limited, so don’t delay with booking your ticket.
In the depths of winter, carny folk don’t hibernate; they trawl the countryside, looking for heaters to warm their hands, lest their fingerpicking be rendered slower than is required. This year, they have stumbled across the Waterside Workers Hall, where they will entertain the masses who gather for their weird and intoxicating musicianship...
Go-Go busts out on to the stage at Regent One Theatre full of comedy, song, dance and drama as part of the 2010 Adelaide Fringe.