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Opera review: The Marriage of Figaro

Setting The Marriage of Figaro in the Houses of Parliament might sound anathema to lovers of this opera, but the comedy it brings is thoroughly up-to-date and worthy of a TV sitcom. This State Opera SA production is brilliant.


Theatre review: The Garden

With thrift and wit and unnerving candour, Theatre Republic’s intriguing new play examines in microcosm the inescapable reality of discrepant worlds and insufficient good intentions.

Theatre Theatre

Green Room: Big news from Brink, writers wanted

SA arts and culture news in brief: Long-time Brink Productions artistic director Chris Drummond is moving on, Writers SA announces drive for new members, emerging musicians receive a career boost, and Music SA set to launch its latest strategy.


DreamBIG review: I AM

I AM is a creative, heartwarming piece of interactive theatre presented in the Adelaide City Library that asks us to consider our purpose in this one precious life.

Theatre Theatre

Theatre review: Looped

Holden Street Theatre Company brings one of Hollywood’s most outrageous divas to life, magically spinning a simple anecdote into a fascinating character portrait using razor-sharp wit, a brilliant script and captivating performances.


Musical review: Come From Away

This uplifting musical about a small town that helped thousands of passengers left stranded by the 9/11 terrorist attacks apparently receives a standing ovation every time it is performed ­– and opening night at Her Majesty’s Theatre was no different.

Adelaide Fringe

Fringe review: Sheltered

Charming and skilful performer Kathryn Hall reveals the absurdity of institutional systems in this story of her teenage years, which she spent living in youth shelters while managing cerebral palsy. ★★★★