March 2020

ISSN 2652-6557

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What a fab Feb we’ve just had! With the TheatriCAL Awards night, which it was great to see you all there at the Seven Stars Hotel, followed by the jam packed full Adelaide Fringe and Festival, you do wonder if mad March can get any busier!

This month we have our AGM on the 29th of March. Make sure you follow our event page for more information as we release it in the coming days.

On the cover this month we have Zest Theatre Group with Heathers and Red Phoenix with The King.

News

The Lion King Jr roars into the Arts Theatre

THE MAGIC OF THE AFRICAN SAVANNAH COMING TO THE ARTS THEATRE THIS APRIL

The King burns political correctness to a crisp

Red Phoenix Theatre’s Artistic Director, Michael Eustice says, “We are delighted to be making our Fringe debut with a world premiere of a very funny South Australian play.”

TheatriCAL 2019/2020 Logo

Celebrating TASA’s 2019 TheatriCAL Awards

What a night! The 2019 TheatriCAL Awards brought many together to celebrate 2019.

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

What’s On

Recurring

Postponed Twentieth Century

The Arts Theatre 53 Angus Street, Adelaide, SA

In light of the current COVID19 situation, this production has been cancelled/ postponed. Broadway ballyhoo meets Hollywood hustle! This Hecht-MacArthur […]

$14 – $29
Recurring

Postponed Mamma Mia!

The Shedley Theatre 10 Playford Boulevard, Elizabeth, South Australia

The Northern Light Theatre Company has decided to postpone its March/April production of Mamma Mia. Due to the recent COVID-19 […]

$20 – $32
Recurring

Canceled Wicked Sisters

Stirling Community Theatre 5 Avenue Road, Stirling, SA

It is with great regret that we announce the cancellation of the final two performances of WICKED SISTERS on Friday […]

$18 – $22
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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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