Petroglyphs - Signs of Life

Leigh Warren and Gina Rings have created a magical piece of dance that weaves it's way through the Tandanya galleries, leaving the audience to part like the rivers and ebb and flow with the performance.

HMS Pinafore | G&S Society of South Australia
There is something indestructible about G & S – even today there is relevance in the pillorying of social class distinctions, which is the nub of Pinafore.

The Drawer Boy | Bakehouse Theatre Company

The Drawer Boy is a beautifully crafted piece of theatre that speaks volumes in any language.

The Pink Floyd Experience
The Pink Floyd Experience is a New Zealand group that got together to honour this remarkable band, and their work has been so successful they are now internationally known and followed.

Rabbit Hole | Mixed Salad Productions

Mixed Salad Productions has shown exactly why David Lindsay-Abaire’s tenderhearted play Rabbit Hole won a Pulitzer Prize, was performed on Broadway and is now being adapted into a film.

Architektin | State Theatre Company of South Australia

The playwright is better known than the subject in Archtektin a heady intellectual expose of an Austrian architect. Both are inspirational women.

The Marriage of Figaro | State Opera South Australia

It is a never-ending wonder that plays and operas written centuries ago are performed today and remain fresh and rejuvenating as they once were.

Helly's Magic Cup | Windmill Performing Arts

It’s magic. The sights and sounds of the Australian outback come to life and yet there’s not a single gum tree, kangaroo or koala in sight.

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