The new Fringe show from the producers of Limbo, Cantina and Blanc de Blanc is a quirky and fun fusion of acrobatics, comedy, song and dance – complete with a large inflatable bouncy house. ★★★½
A drag show, play, sci-fi parody and rock ’n’ roll concert all rolled into one, The Rocky Horror Show is still as energetic and entertaining as ever, writes reviewer Greg Elliott.
Tanja Liedtke’s innovative work construct is a magnificent dance that will appeal to do-it-yourself builders, anyone in a relationship and dance lovers: it is a night of comedy, mayhem, sensitivity, hope and heartbreak.
State Theatre's new play seeks to tackle issues of wealth and privilege, but its message becomes muddled amid the melodrama, writes reviewer Greg Elliott.
State Opera and the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra have combined with the music of Giuseppe Verdi to produce a spectacular evening’s entertainment.
John Hurt plays a terminally ill screenwriter living in a sumptuous Portuguese villa and estranged from his son in this British Film Festival movie, one of the veteran actor's last roles before he died earlier this year following a long battle with cancer.