Homeric poetry was brought to vivid life by William Zappa in this innovative nine-hour production at the Adelaide Festival.
This British stage adaptation of a literary classic has some up and down moments. ★★★ ½
This is experimental theatre at its best – serious, silly, compelling and brilliantly staged. ★★★★ ½
Max Savage and his band deliver a brilliant and original musical journey through Adelaide’s after-dark streets and bars in a Cabaret Festival premiere that deserves an encore.
Ulster American gives Adelaide audiences a rare pre-West End chance to see a brilliant and shocking satirical play with actors at the height of their form.
Two actors portray a fictional meeting of their own elderly fathers in this interesting and offbeat piece of experimental theatre.