Have you ever been at a party and everyone is drunk except for you? You go along with the fun and you don’t want your sober demeanor to bring the party down, but you just don’t get the joke? Christa Hughes has an extensive music career as a solo performer, daughter of pianist Dick Hughes… Read more.
Let’s face it, the Cabaret Festival might bring out the chardonnay sippers and the fedora wearers (particularly in force this year), but really it also brings out the freaks and the fabulous too. Jacqui Dark and Kanen Breen are strange bedfellows indeed. Part goth, part glam, part Addams Family their act is macabre and freaky… Read more.
I’m going to admit up front that I’m a bit of an Adam Hills fan. I used to listened to him on local radio station in the ’90s, I’ve seen just about every show he’s brought to Adelaide, follow him on twitter, watch his UK show The Last Leg and generally fangirl at anything he… Read more.
Anna Goldsworthy’s memoir of her “awakening” as a concert pianist, recounting her life growing up learning piano under the guidance of her Russian piano teacher (who is on the Liszt list) is a critically acclaimed book released in 2009. Piano Lessons is the live enactment of this memoir. Part play, part classical concert, the audience… Read more.
It’s the splash of an opening that brings out all the bling in Adelaide. The Variety Gala Performance is the tasting plate of what is to come, a variety show that pits opera against stand-up and all the kooky and crazy in between. Despite running 45 minutes over time and being packed with almost every… Read more.
With the gala opening fast approaching and such a huge program on offer at this year’s Adelaide Cabaret Festival it’s almost impossible to choose. Here’s our hot picks for the season – the shows to most look forward to! Back for More We’ve seen them before, and we’ve had a taste of how awesome they… Read more.
The times they are a-changing… But change is good. In fact, change is great! The Adelaide Cabaret Festival has a new team and a new drive, keeping some of the classics and bringing in some new flavours in the well-loved Festival that is now well into its second decade. Barry Humphries is a crowd favourite… Read more.
It is heartening to see South Australia’s flagship theatre company getting behind some of Adelaide’s most prolific and promising independent artists. The core of this production is distinctly independent, with many emerging and/or freelance artists at the helm, but the solidarity of STCSA is markedly present and hopefully a means for these creatives to thrive…. Read more.
I know very little about dance. I have not seen a huge amount of dance performances and I have no knowledge of the technical skill required for the various types of dances. Most of my understanding of dance comes from So You Think You Can Dance, which I haven’t watched for a number of years…. Read more.
State Theatre Company SA’s education program is primarily focused on delivering quality theatre to high school students that makes them think, analyse and engage with theatre on many levels. We as the general public get a very small glimpse into this program through just a small handful of performances at the end of the tour… Read more.