Walk of Fame Gala

This show celebrated the first 45 years of the life of the Adelaide Festival Centre and the new star-studded walkway on the East-west promenade along its River Torrens side.

 

Toyer | Leading Line / Tony Knight Productions

To tell you the truth, I wanted the play to end before it did because I was so confused, so involved, so anxious and so pent up about what they call this “cat and mouse thriller” that I wasn’t sure where it was going.

Exposing Edith | Michaela Burger and Greg Wain

Adelaide is all agog around the Festival Theatre Centre on the banks of the Torrens River because the French Festival is on.

 

This particular group of Adelaide women are experienced  performers and their talent and quality comes through this show.

 

Deadly 60 Downunder | Steven Blackshall

This was no show just to entertain, as indeed it did, but to teach too and the young audience was ready and willing to learn.

 

The Rocky Horror Show

It is rare to see a 100% standing ovation at the end of a show and then to see the whole audience swaying and singing to a song and dance like “Let’s Do The Time Warp Again”. But that’s The Rocky Horror Show for you.

All Is Calm | Promise Adelaide

Theatre is often the art of telling an old tale in a new way and sometimes we think we know all the story has to tell us until someone like author Peter Rothstein puts it differently.

Club Swizzle

Decadent, wild, fast, packed, noisy, colourful, clever, atmospheric, unusual, ribald, unexpected and enormous fun are just a few of the applicable adjectives for Club Swizzle.

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This is a production of which any director, cast and theatre company should be proud.