In Australia to promote his new book Cultural Amnesia, Clive James is performing a select number of shows Out on His Own!

Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks
Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks uses dance lessons as a metaphor for the life lessons the characters learn from one another.

Into The Woods | The Gilbert and Sullivan Society of South Australia
This production sees the salad of storybook characters charmingly and whimsically pursuing their various dreams in the woods

Candy Man
As much about the dancing as singing, Candy Man’s pièce de résistance has to be the choreography, vivaciously performed by Wayne Scott Kermond

Doubt | State Theatre Company of South Australia
This is a thoughtful, well-wrought play that is bound to challenge, dabbling as it does in minefields which inevitably stir passions, suspicions, anger, fear, guilt, and most of all, doubt.

Everything's F**KED | AutoPilot Productions
This experimental and high energy excursion into early 21st century “popera” makes good theatre, but I can’t see it enjoying the longevity of its generic predecessors.

Varekai opens with an explosion of colourful creatures preening and playing in a mythical surround. It’s a world to which we are convincingly transported for the next couple of hours.

Triple Threat | State Theatre Company of South Australia
Three plays, three authors and three directors: a worthwhile attempt to encourage young directors by the State Theatre Company, and a worthy celebration of the company’s 35th birthday

Most read Adelaide reviews

This is a production of which any director, cast and theatre company should be proud.