By turns poignant and rousing, '1967 – Music in the Key of Yes' is both an impressive showcase of Indigenous talent and a celebration of a landmark moment in Australia's civil rights history.
Rough Diamanté is 60 minutes of hilarious, outrageous, tightly-packed stand-up which races along without respite, writes reviewer Jim Mack. ★★★★½
If you're an Adele fan and reluctant to go to a tribute show, think again. 'Rumour Has It' is a thoroughly entertaining celebration of the life and music of the UK megastar soul sensation.
The immensely popular Ali McGregor, co-artistic director of the 2016 Adelaide Cabaret Festival, attracted a sold-out audience to her show at the Dunstan Playhouse - and what a performance it was.
Nestled between the last days of the Fringe and Festival and the pulsating beats of WOMADelaide, this little gem of a play shone its own light on one of Adelaide's busiest weekends.
The choice of the Norwood Hotel for this tribute to two colossal artists gave the performance a local, authentic feel, similar to their early days in the ’60s and ’70s. ★★★★