329 – Til Divorce Do Us Part

329 – Til Divorce Do Us Part

Does separation and divorce need to be expensive and fraught with bitterness? Meg McFarlane and Lauren de Vries van Leeuwen at Kin Lawyers believe the divorce can be undertaken calmly with minimal legal fees if the parties involved do some preparation and have wise...
Sweeney Todd

Sweeney Todd

Attend this review of Sweeney Todd. State Opera has brought the dark, Stephen Sondheim classic back to Adelaide for a virtuosic performance. There’s no fog like a London fog and lighting designer, Philip Lethlean, has ensured we are eerily ensconced in a thick,...
Euphoria

Euphoria

From the opening moments of Euphoria, anybody who’s ever lived in a country town will know that a mirror is about to be held up to their lives for the following 80 minutes. From the well-meaning, bright, and bushy-tailed teacher, Meg (one of many characters...
Escher’s Hands

Escher’s Hands

Where does a writer end and a character begin? This is an idea explored intriguingly by playwright, Dawson Nichols, in the Galleon Theatre Group’s production of , Escher’s Hands. The title is drawn from a fascinating lithograph by the Dutch artist M. C....
Next Fall

Next Fall

This production of Next Fall is powerful and perfect in every way. It is the story of a gay couple during the tragic in the hours after one of them has fallen and hit his head badly, rendering him critically injured and in a coma. As family and friends gather at the...
The Gospel According To Paul

The Gospel According To Paul

When Jonathon Biggins takes to the stage as Paul Keating, the audience is instantly drawn to his likeness, his swagger, and his schtick. Five minutes in and we wonder, while laughing, whether this barrage of comedic quips means this show will be all tip and no...
How To Survive Being In A Shakespeare Play

How To Survive Being In A Shakespeare Play

My horse, my horse, my kingdom for a horse! Never before has this iconic Shakespearean quote been treated to such horseplay as happens in How To Survive Being In A Shakespeare Play by Don Zolidis. If fact, much of the Bard’s work is trampled on and teased about...
The Day The Internet Died

The Day The Internet Died

The Day the Internet Died by Ian McWethy & Jason Pizzarello is a pastiche of vignettes highlighting the various “crises” that internet-dependent people would experience if they lost their virtual umbilical cords. There are some clever scenes and lines...
The Wedding Singer

The Wedding Singer

If ever a show was the perfect antidote to the blues, it’s The Wedding Singer. This production draws upon all the bold, exuberant, and kitsch elements of the 80s, wraps them in pulsating music and song, and then flashdances away any heavy emotions you might be...
Hiccup

Hiccup

Windmill Theatre has returned with a fun, Australian puppet play for kids, Hiccup. The simple premise involves Eddie (Nathan O’Keefe), a man who finds the city too noisy to enable him to get a good sleep at night, heading out to the country to spend a night in a...
Crimes Of The Heart

Crimes Of The Heart

The Rep has rolled into 2021 with a hearty serving of homemade sibling strife and sentimentality, in its production of Crimes Of The Heart. This Pulitzer Prize-winning play is set in Mississippi and centres around three sisters who are reunited when one of them is...
328 – No Recipe Cooking For Busy People

328 – No Recipe Cooking For Busy People

Too busy too cook? Money too tight to eat out? The No Recipe Cookbook might be just what you need. We have its author, Dr Samantha Pillay joining us to help us change habits and perceptions and take control of what goes into our bodies. Plus, the musical, The Wedding...