Classical Marathon & Triple Bill | Zorn in Oz

A Festival of Arts is the exact vehicle for experimental  and new music, and the Adelaide Festival is to be congratulated for bringing this extraordinary musician and his troupe to expand the Adelaide musical horizon. But that doesn’t mean you have to enjoy it.

Late Night in the Cathedral | Adelaide Chamber Singers

This is a meticulously disciplined and highly accomplished choir, which deserved the rapturous applause from a packed cathedral at this 10pm concert.

Roman Tragedies | Toneelgroep Amsterdam

The result is a kind of reality TV social experiment in which the audience is allowed to move freely between the auditorium and the stage.

Uncloaked | Rosie Rodiadis

The bill states that it's a satirical cabaret fantasy. In reality, it's simply indecisive of its purpose, and the result is a tonal dissonance.

Sally Whitwell and Marie Angel

This innovative performance meshes notions of concert piano music and art song with explorations of erotic poetry.

Ada & Elsie: Wacko-the-Diddle-oh!

The energy levels throughout Ada & Elsie: Wacko-the-Diddle-oh! are relentless and anyone of a certain age will find the show appealing.

A Special Day | Por Piedad Teatro & The Play Company

Congenial and sentimental, A Special Day pays homage to Ettore Scola’s Oscar-nominated film Una Giornata Particolare, with excellent performances and likeable, high-spirited allure.

Oliver! | The Gilbert & Sullivan Society of SA

Oliver! Is a great show with some wonderful music, and the G&S Society almost does it proud.

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