Review: The Gospel According To Paul – State Theatre Company of South Australia

Jonathan Biggins’ The Gospel According to Paul invites audiences into the mahogany and maroon of Paul Keating’s inner sanctum for an intimate slideshow with one of our nation’s most polarising…

Review: That Boy – Holden Street Theatre

That Boy opens with a mother standing in her kid’s bedroom, the floor strewn with plush toys, Lego pieces and crumpled pyjamas; it may be a familiar scene, but the…

Review: Gaslight by Patrick Hamilton – State Theatre Company of South Australia

Step away from the live stream, cease compulsively refreshing daily COVID updates detailing the Victorian outbreak; Her Majesty’s is open and resplendent, the curtain is lifted, the boards are being…

State Theatre Company South Australia to deliver a plague of plays

In Italy, during the middle of the fourteenth century, five years after the black death had ravaged the nation, author Giovanni Boccaccio published The Decameron; a collection of novellas featuring…

‘The Maj’ is given the royal treatment

Adelaide’s iconic theatre has been refurbished! The $66 million redevelopment began in June 2018. Today the newly-refurbished Her Majesty’s Theatre has been unveiled. The completion of the exciting project was…

Review: Dance Nation by State Theatre Company of South Australia, Bevoir, and Adelaide Festival

The Mitchell Butel era begins with Clare Barron’s Pulitzer Prize nominated work, Dance Nation, with the new artistic director starring as a tracksuit- clad dance coach with spirit fingers and…