Patti LuPone, Broadway performer for more than 40 years, strides onto the Festival Theatre stage with a sense of ownership which tells the audience she is completely at home with her music.
The Modern Maori Quartet’s talented members bring to the Adelaide Cabaret Festival their accomplished musicianship, lyrical harmonies and a uniquely inclusive New Zealand style of humour.
Watching an accomplished performer like Miriam Margolyes on stage with the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra is a rare privilege, whatever your age, writes reviewer Nicky Titchener.
From stories about the trappings of ageing to nude suits and rhythmic gymnastics, comedic pals Judith Lucy and Denise Scott dish up a joyously honest Fringe show, writes Nicky Titchener. ★★★★
From the moment the darkness is pierced by a soaring female voice and the rhythm of a single drumbeat, you know you won’t be disappointed by the Soweto Gospel Choir. ★★★★
Australian actor Brett Brown is captivating as Shakespeare’s hero monarch in this excellent one-man play at Holden Street Theatres. ★★★★