150 Psalms | Adelaide Festival

The 150 Psalms project mounted by the Adelaide Festival is unlike any other I’ve ever seen.

The Doctor | Almeida Theatre

You might not think that the ethics of the Hippocratic oath would provide a stimulating plot for the theatre, but the way Robert Icke’s drama interweaves this with all kinds of race, gender, and class prejudices makes this work a classic document of contemporary England.

Cock Cock... Who’s There? | Adelaide Festival

Cock Cock..Who’s There? is a documentary show, devised and acted by Finnish-Egyptian filmmaker Samira Elagoz, in which she confronts her own experiences of rape.

Garrick Ohlsson

When Ohlsson’s gigantic figure strode onto the stage and sat down at the piano, he made it look like a toy. It reminded me of Schroder in the Peanuts cartoons. And sure enough, he played Beethoven.

150 Psalms: Gratitude  | The Tallis Scholars

150 Psalms by 150 composers, collected into twelve themes, and presented in twelve concerts by four a-capella choirs was the vision of Tido Visser, the Managing Director of The Netherlands Chamber Choir, and this concert was number 6 in that series, with the theme of Gratitude.

Requiem | Adelaide Festival

Adelaide Festival opens with a wow!

West Side Story | Opera Australia and GWB Entertainment

When a much anticipated, professional production of a familiar and famous musical hits town, there is a buzz in the air, and the eager aficionados turn out in eager droves for the opening night.

The Choir of King’s College, Cambridge

Inspirational, superb, magnificent – and simply sublime are words that come to mind on hearing this remarkable choir, live in the Adelaide Town Hall – or possibly anywhere.

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