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It’s a truism that many of the best things in life are only experienced by the privileged few – and it was only Adelaide’s ‘privileged few’ that got to enjoy P.P. Arnold’s terrific performance at The Gov last night.
Mary Poppins Returns – a wonderful film for those who still have the power to suspend disbelief and accept that magic (and some gentle discipline!) still has its place in our seemingly rootless twenty first century world.
Japan’s Osaka Monaurail tore The Gov apart on Sunday night providing Adelaide with a dynamic hi-energy funk masterclass, and inducing the entire crowd to get up on their feet and dance in rhythmic ecstasy for a full two hours.
Fefu and her Friends is certainly not your average theatre experience, but it is a highly enjoyable and recommended one.
The State Theatre Company’s production of Elena Carapetis’s new play, The Gods Of Strangers, is destined to become a contemporary classic of Australian theatre. Make sure you grab a ticket!
The excited buzz amongst the departing fans at the end of the show confirmed that Ash had ‘made a connection, a full-on chemical reaction’, and this performance would be long treasured by all those who attended.