Articles by: Hayley Horton

Hayley has been an arts worker in South Australia for the past ten years working freelance for small to medium clients as well as for companies such as the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, State Theatre Company SA, Urban Myth Theatre of Youth and the Australia Business Arts Foundation. As part of her freelance work, Hayley founded the ATG Curtain Call Awards (which is now an annual gala event), co-produced three 24 Hour Show charity fundraiser events, has judged for the Adelaide Fringe Festival and reviewed for Aussie Theatre and the Adelaide Theatre Guide. In her spare time, Hayley has been involved with Adelaide’s amateur theatre community as a producer, performer and director.

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Angela Harding: Just Like You… Only Different!

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Last year, we were introduced to the stunning Gillian Cosgriff as a part of the scheme to bring the Australian Cabaret Showcase Award winner to Adelaide. Similarly this year, Angela Harding wants to get to know Adelaide audiences in her show, Just Like You… Only Different! No stranger to musical…

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Lea Salonga – An evening of beauty

Lea Salonga – An evening of beauty

If there was an official headliner of this year’s Adelaide Cabaret Festival, Lea Salonga would be it. The queen of musical theatre, creating the role of Kim in Miss Saigon and the voice to some of the best Disney features, including Aladdin and Mulan. She’s won Olivier and Tony Awards…

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A Quick Chat with Justin Burford

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Justin Burford is the ARIA Award winning frontman of End of Fashion and recently made his stage debut as the star of Rock of Ages. Before he heads to Adelaide for the premiere of his new show, Kurt which weaves story and song to celebrate Kurt Cobain’s short and influential existence, we had…

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A Quick Chat with Lea Salonga

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Musical theatre royalty, Lea Salonga literally grew up on the stage and was thrust into international stardom at 17, when Sir Cameron Macintosh discovered her in his worldwide search for the leading role of Kim in the original production of Miss Saigon. She went on to win both Olivier and Tony…

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Yes, Prime Minister – Adelaide

Yes, Prime Minister – Adelaide

Antony Jay and Jonathan Lynn’s hit BBC comedies, Yes, Minister and Yes, Prime Minister are considered among the top ten series of all-time (according to the British Film Institute) and have won numerous awards including the BAFTA, Broadcasting Press Guild and Pye Television Writer’s Awards among many others. It’s been…

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A taste of the Adelaide Cabaret Festival – Top 8 Picks

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AussieTheatre’s South Australian Co-ordinator Hayley Horton dishes her top 8 picks for the upcoming Adelaide Cabaret Festival. Have you booked your tickets?  In June, Adelaide becomes a circuit of dingy, darkened rooms with red lamps and sultry songstresses. Audience are seen dashing between venues on a cold winter’s night, counting…

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