Buddy: In Concert, 60 Years of Buddy Holly

It’s so easy to fall in love with the music and the myth surrounding the demise of Holly and it’s just as easy to fall in love with Scott Cameron as he resurrects the songs that rave on and never fade away.

Soulmates | St. Jude’s Players

Thanks to fine performances from the entire cast, St. Jude’s version of Soulmates largely strikes the deceptively difficult balance between satire, spiteful revenge and comedy.

A Murder Is Announced | Therry Dramatic Society

Is there anything quite like a drawing room murder-mystery for bringing out the proletarian detective in us all?

Mortido | State Theatre Company of South Australia

Sigmund Freud believed that “the aim of all life is death...” he called this theory the death instinct or Mortido.

A Celebration of Frank Sinatra

A Celebration of Frank Sinatra, starring the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra is an honourable attempt at paying homage to the idol of the “bobby soxers” and founding member of the Rat Pack.

Painted from Memory | Michael Falzon and Luke Kennedy

For fans of the great Burt Bacharach and the legendary Elvis Costello, what could be better than having had the opportunity to experience these two together in concert?

Bringing Him Home with his West End Story | Daniel Koek

Adelaide-born tenor Daniel Koek made a welcome return home to perform songs from his impressive career and his second studio album, HiGH.

Pure Blonde | Christie Whelan Browne

Australian musical theatre darling Christie Whelan Browne and her regular collaborator/director Dean Bryant have bravely seized the 'no rule' scenario with their new creation, Pure Blonde.

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