State Theatre Review: Ripcord

What: State Theatre Company South Australia’s latest production, Ripcord Who: Written by David Lindsay-Abaire, Directed by Mitchell Butel When: Running until December 13th, buy tickets here Where: Dunstan Playhouse Ripcord is heart-warming and cheerful, a ‘senile romp’ (in the words of Milly Farmer) bringing some laughter to the Dunstan Playhouse after what’s been a rough year for the theatre industry. Taking place in a shared … Continue reading State Theatre Review: Ripcord

Theatre Review: Jasper Jones

Who: State Theatre Company South Australia What: Jasper Jones (based on the novel by Craig Silvey, adapted by Kate Mulvany) When: On until September 7 Where: Dunstan Playhouse, Adelaide Festival Centre Tickets available on the State Theatre Company website A balmy summer evening in a sleepy outback town in the 60s. Crickets chirp and people chatter and laugh behind the curtains of open windows as … Continue reading Theatre Review: Jasper Jones

2019 Fringe Festival Review: SÉANCE

What: SÉANCE Who: Realscape Productions in association with DARKFIELD Where: The Garden of Unearthly Delights  When: See website for all dates Cost: $20.00 This show is not for the claustrophobic or the faint at heart. We each file in to a dark and narrow shipping container and place earphones over our heads for the SÉANCE experience. Not knowing what to expect next, the lights are … Continue reading 2019 Fringe Festival Review: SÉANCE

Collage Talks: The State Theatre Company’s latest – ‘The Gods of Strangers’

What: The Gods of Strangers Presented by State Theatre Company of South Australia Written by Elena Carapetis Where: Dunstan Playhouse When: 14 Nov – Dec 2 2018 Tickets can be purchased via BASS ‘When a stranger comes to your door, you let them in. They might be a God in disguise.’ The Gods of Strangers is an original play by South Australian playwright Elena Carapetis. … Continue reading Collage Talks: The State Theatre Company’s latest – ‘The Gods of Strangers’

Artist Spotlight #82: Sorcha Yelland

Q: Hello Sorcha! Please tell us a little about yourself. A: Hi! I’m a final year glass student at UniSA, who grew up in Adelaide and spent a lot of my childhood in Drogheda in Ireland. I play roller derby as a hobby and I’m totally glass obsessed! Q: What form does your inspiration take? Is it people, travel, atmosphere, historical figures, memories or something … Continue reading Artist Spotlight #82: Sorcha Yelland