A large percentage of Adelaide’s French community, as well as more than a smattering of our fair city’s Francophiles, braved the chill of Friday evening and eagerly filled the Nexus Cabaret in order to experience a night of French romantic melancholia presented by the Panache Adelaide French Theatre.
The Adelaide Repertory Theatre presents The Psychic, winner of the 2011 Mystery Writers of America Edgar Allen Poe […]
he Cabaret Fringe Festival will host a one-weekend-only party to open the festival at the Freemasons Hall from the 2nd – 3rd June.
Drawing inspiration from influences like Tim Minchin and Eddie Perfect, Josh says his work incorporates comedy and irony with a healthy dose of social conscience.
Who Am I? Is not for the faint hearted, it is for those who love classic story telling, […]
Raw and visceral, Signifying Nothing is, despite its flaws and inconsistencies, an engaging piece of theatre that challenges us to think carefully about how we use our voting privileges and to look closely at the character and motivations of those who purport to represent us in our parliaments.
Using a mixture of shadow puppets, real life human silhouettes and paper animations, Chicago production company Manual Cinema, creates literal magic before your eyes. Based on the novel by Edith Nesbit, Magic City is a creative, vibrant adventure for all ages.
An enjoyable comedy that is definitely “not about the food!”
An ingenious and aurally immersive journey through the Amazon jungle. A must see at Adelaide Festival.
Shôn Dale-Jones is a master story-teller. His one man show, The Duke, is an impressive, multilayered piece, with an appeal that lies in the simplicity of the performer’s approach.