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Theatre review: Rella

Windmill Theatre’s ambitious and charming new production reimagines the classic story of Cinderella in a way that shatters not only the glass slipper, but also the outdated concepts that have defined the fairytale genre


Something Big is about to happen

Fledgling Adelaide theatre company CRAM Collective is set to take to the stage with its second production – the world premiere of an Australian play in which three friends come together to relive the events of a dinner party that changed their lives.


Designer Meg Wilson is a maker of new worlds

Meg Wilson’s uncanny ability to create worlds that defy time and space will be on show in two major Adelaide productions premiering this month – with the dual offering solidifying her reputation as one of the city’s most in-demand theatre artists.


Theatre review: Cathedral

Set on the Limestone Coast, Caleb Lewis’s fine new play (featuring the outstanding Nathan O’Keefe) is not only a deep dive into the depths of grief and loss, it is also about returning to the replenishing light of day.

Adelaide Fringe

Fringe review: Naomi

Patrick Livesey’s finely-tuned embodiment of a cast of real-life characters slowly builds a subtle, complex and deeply affecting narrative of their mum’s life and death. ★★★★