Tag: Her Majesty’s Theatre

James Morrison’s Academy Jazz Orchestra – Her Majesty’s Theatre – 4K


by Tom Eckert Anywhere else people might be skeptical that one of the best musical schools in the country might be found in a isolated rural centre. Not so in South Australia where the James Morrison Academy, which has been founded on the international eminence of its instructors including the eponymous James Morrison, takes in …

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CABARET: Little Bird – State Theatre Company of SA – Her Majesty’s – 2.5K


Little Bird is presented as a dark fairy tale for adults. Penned by Nicki Bloom, it is a theatrical staging of one soul’s biography, as the protagonist, Wren (Paul Capsis), is born, grows up, seeks to find his true self in the world and wraps up any loose ends in his life; all the while …

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The Illusionists 2.0 – Her Majesty’s Theatre – 4K

The Illusionists 2.0

The Illusionists 2.0, the sequel to last years original show which had outstanding worldwide success, enjoyed it’s world premiere at Adelaide’s Her Majesty’s Theatre Friday December 27th.  A brand new production with 7 new magical entertainers tries to marry the age old mystical art of magic with the technology of today . The Master Magician …

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OzAsia – Fight The Landlord – Her Majesty’s Theatre – 4K

Fight The Landlord

Fight the Landlord Is presented by Pan Pan Theatre and Square Moon Culture Ltd, a contemporary theatre play written by Sun Yue which examines life in China in a time of constant change. This play takes place at the card table as three young people spend a boring afternoon playing the card game FIght the …

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OzAsia – Meeting with Bodhisattva – Her Majesty’s Theatre – 3.5K

Meeting with Bodhisattva

Adelaide’s annual OzAsia Festival opened on the night of the 13th with Meeting with Bodhisattva at Her Majesty’s Theatre. Officially opened by Hon. Chloe Fox, MP. Meeting with Bodhisattva expresses a journey of a man facing his fears as he enters unknown territories; a journey from questioning everything to accepting anything that happens to him …

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CABARET FESTIVAL – Shane Warne the Musical – Her Majesty’s – 4K

By Peter Maddern You have to admire Eddie Perfect for taking on a subject like Shane Warne – especially in this the oddest of contexts – a musical. The somewhat larger than life figure has always been grist for the media’s wheel, ever since ‘the ball of the century’ and, of course, it has to …

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OzAsia – Kodo & TaikOz – Her Majesty’s Theatre

OzAsia being an Australian festival celebrating Asian culture so what better way of doing that than by a collaboration of Australian and Asian performers. So fittingly then that Kodo, the oldest taiko (drum in Japanese) group in the world, and who never have worked with another taiko group since their debut at the ’81 Berlin …

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