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.

South Pacific

There is no doubt that even some 65 years after its triumphant opening on Broadway, South Pacific still captivates audiences, and retains a lot of its relevance about race, prejudice and the futility of war and the power of love.

The Illusionists 2.0

The Illusionists 2.0 offers a profusion of illusion inventiveness and a quantity of big laughs. Unlike its predecessor, this new show doesn't belong in the top ranks of magical fare but, it contains enough thrills, charm, and warmth to make it a solid family entertainment.

War Requiem | Adelaide Symphony Orchestra

In the context of the tragedies wrought by its horrific wars, this extraordinary work must surely be the most significant composition of the twentieth century.

La forza del destino | State Opera South Australia

The Force of Destiny is a dark tale of love and honour, indecision and revenge, disastrous moments and missed chances.

Soundstream Inaugural Lieder Recital

Contemporary classical music adds to the mix of cutting edge new music in Australia in a profound way; as a high art genre it articulates Australia’s cultural make up and the epoch but also feeds into other art forms such as film, theatre, dance, and opera through to various media.

Extreme Jump! | Yegam Theatre Company

Returning for the second time to Australia after its premiere at OzAsia Festival in 2010, Extreme Jump is a highly stylized, martial arts and slapstick extravaganza.

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