Audiences are welcomed to the newly-renovated Her Majesty’s Theatre tonight for State Theatre Company South Australia’s grant return to the stage with their production Gaslight.
Chris Botti and his band provided his audience with one of those affirming life experiences – where pushing yourself out of your comfort zone to try something new brings high rewards.
As a night of interpretations of Green Day songs ‘American Idiot’ is a clear triumph – it engages and excites the senses physically.
OCD Love proved to be compulsive, but uncomfortable viewing.
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.
Dean Bourne lays claim to being Australia’s most loved and longest running Roy Orbison Tribute Artist, having performed in the role over the past twenty years.
Nouvelle Vague’s Adelaide performance was a wondrous melange of the odd and the melodic.
The Dire Straits Experience is quite an experience indeed. With original band members Chris White (saxophone) and Chris Whitten (drums), it occupies a space between professional tribute gig and the real thing, providing a wonderful celebration for fans of the band.
Following a successful tour here in 2014, the Dire Straits Experience have once again hit our shores, and are set to play Adelaide’s Her Majesty’s Theatre on Friday 14th October. Chris White, the founder of this outfit and former Dire Straits sax player, spoke with the Upside News about touring the show and his love of this music.
Following the success of their 2014 Australian tour, The Dire Straits Experience will return to Adelaide to play Her Majesty’s Theatre on 14 October.