February 2020

ISSN 2652-6557

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From the Editor

2020! The year that was constantly referenced as the future is now here! and what a year it has been so far. With Deadset Theatre opening the year with Rattling of the Keys and warming up the South Australian theatre scene for another year of well polished theatre productions.

Over the break our reviewers were busy putting together the nominations for the 2019 TheatriCAL Awards. Congratulations to all our nominees, make sure you see the nominations today and book your tickets to the awards night that will be held on the 7th of February.

With 9 productions listed for February plus many events on top of that in our calendar, February is looking to be jam packed with great theatrical enjoyment, plus with the Adelaide Fringe on there shall never be a dull moment this month!

On the cover this month we have Pelican Productions with FOUND and Butterfly Theatre Company with Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?.


New Fringe home for Matt Byrne’s Vegans in Norwood

Matt Byrne’s Vegans is a foodie comedy to diet for, for the 2020 Adelaide Fringe!

Two new musicals for South Australia in 2020

The Hills Musical Company continues to produce unique and exciting musicals for the amateur theatre community in Adelaide, with two South Australian premieres in 2020.

Matt Byrne’s tells the True Story of Dad in Norwood

Matt Byrne has a story to tell about his father for the 2020 Adelaide Fringe – and it’s all true!

Skylight by David Hare

Adelaide theatre company Verendus Theatrical are back at the Holden Street Theatres in March with their latest production, the South Australian premiere of David Hare’s “SKYLIGHT” .

What's On

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Paul Brand
Paul Brand
With a strong IT background, Paul is an avid lover of the arts. His first taste of the arts included Wakakirri from a young age, to playing Trumpet for over 15+ years. Paul has been a cast member, director, reviewer and also in the pit, but you’ll most likely catch him seeing a production somewhere.

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