The performances are flawless and weave a magic into Miller’s play that transcends words on a page. Do not miss this incredible and thought-provoking performance.
An engaging monologue on the overlooked and cumbersome orchestral instrument and the people who play it.
The much-loved festival also generated a record $95.1 million in gross economic expenditure for South Australia, including $36.6 million in visitor spending – up 24 per cent.
Internationally acclaimed comedy goddesses, Tash York and and Boo Dwyer, come together to deliver the most heartwarming, laugh out loud, sing along dish of petty you could ever want in Petty Bitches… a brilliantly delightful blend of humour, pettiness (of course) and 90’s pop culture references.
Musically stunning and a real eye-opener, these two talented women wow the crowd with quips, anecdotes and personal experiences to get you thinking.
Both actors were very convincing in their respective roles and a soundtrack of local Adelaide bands curated by Sound Designer Samuel Rodda was effective as a backdrop to the performance.
Two couples reunite after six years apart and struggle with the difference between them.
Carclew, in partnership with the City of Adelaide’s Emerging Curator Program, is offering three young arts practitioners the opportunity to curate visual art projects in a variety of Council locations.
STC’s Hydra is a challenging post-feminist re-examination of the relationship between George Johnston and Charmian Clift that, in its fiery volatility, created some of our nation’s most memorable literature.
Steve Martin & Martin Short’s show Now You See Them, Soon You Won’t will be coming to Australia later this year. The good news is that the tour will include a performance at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre on Monday November 11!