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Event Type :
Food and Drink
FORM - Design + Architecture
Karaoke / Open Mic Night
Trivia / Quiz
Aberfoyle Hub Tavern
Adelaide Central Market
Adelaide Entertainment Centre
Adelaide Festival Centre
Anne & Gordon Samstag Museum of Art
Arkaba Hotel - Sportys Bar + Arena
Art Gallery of South Australia
Aussie Inn Hotel
Belgian Beer Cafe
Biggies At Bertram
Blackwood Memorial Hall
Brook Rd Garden, Victor Harbor
Challa Gardens Hotel
Christies Beach Sailing Club
Commercial Hotel: Port Adelaide
Coopers Alehouse Gepps Cross
Exeter Hotel, Exeter
Fed on Semaphore
Flinders University City Gallery
General Havelock Hotel
Goolwa Centenary Hall
Grace Emily Hotel
Grand Bar - Moseley Square Glenelg
Grand Junction Tavern
Her Majestys Theatre
Holden Street Theatres
Hotel Royal Torrensville
Kent Town Hotel
Kingsford Hotel Gawler
La Boca Bar & Grill
Lakes Resort Hotel
Little Theatre, The Cloisters
Mawson Lakes Hotel
Morphett Vale Function Centre
Para Hills Community Club
Parafield Gardens Community Club
Port Noarlunga & Christies Beach RSL
Red Lion Hotel: Elizabeth North
Royal Croquet Club
Seacliff Beach Hotel
Secret Location (TBD)
Slug 'N' Lettuce British Pub
Stamford Grand: Glenelg
Stamford Plaza - Cascades Bar
Tennyson Centre Adelaide
The Castle Tavern
The Eckermann Theatre
The Elephant British Pub
The Excelsior Hotel
The Governor Hindmarsh
The Governor Hindmarsh - The Fireplace Room
The Highway - Function Room
The Hope Inn
The Lion Hotel
The North Adelaide Hotel
The Rhino Room
The Wheatsheaf Hotel
Thomas Edmonds Opera Theatre
Torrens Arms Hotel
Vine Inn: Nuriootpa
Waterloo Station Hotel
Woodstock Coterie Restaurant
4 (Thursday) 7:30 PM - 7 (Sunday) 10:00 PM
Thomas Edmonds Opera Theatre
Adelaide Showground, Rose Terrace, Wayville SA 5034
Taking a spell from their ongoing successful national tour, Co-Opera returns home to Adelaide for a brief break from travelling to present the home crowd with their most ambitious and
Taking a spell from their ongoing successful national tour, Co-Opera returns home to Adelaide for a brief break from travelling to present the home crowd with their most ambitious and splendid production to date, Tchaikovsky’s sweeping opera Eugene Onegin.
Deliciously romantic, Eugene Onegin with Tchaikovsky’s luscious music brings together all the necessary components of a great opera: Wonderful singers, glorious costumes, ballroom scenes, country house scenes, happy peasants, rich, handsome aristocrats, ballgowns by the score. Oh, and an interesting tale; an opera where the soprano doesn’t die!
Music by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky. Based on a novel by Alexander Pushkin
Adult $49, Concession $39, Students under 26 years of age $10
20% Discount on Group bookings of 10 or more full price tickets.
Manual Ticketing: Libby: Phone: 7221 2440 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Book online https://co-opera.yapsody.com/
After a year off touring, Julia Morris will return in her brand new, one woman show, Lift and Separate. As a woman in her extreme 30’s, Julia will deliver her signature full tilt,
After a year off touring, Julia Morris will return in her brand new, one woman show, Lift and Separate.
As a woman in her extreme 30’s, Julia will deliver her signature full tilt, high octane stand up storytelling, leading directly to what Julia calls ‘hurty tummy laughter’. It’s trying to make sense of day to day life while trying to actually Lift and Separate.
It’s a delicious and raucous romp through the last two years, complete with a dissension into general madness and finding her way back.
Lift and Separate is Julia Morris‘s brand new show, touring around Australia in 2017.
Produced by UK theatrical innovators Headlong along with Nottingham Playhouse and the Almeida Theatre, George Orwell’s dystopian classic came roaring onto the stage in 2013 and since then it has
Produced by UK theatrical innovators Headlong along with Nottingham Playhouse and the Almeida Theatre, George Orwell’s dystopian classic came roaring onto the stage in 2013 and since then it has become an international phenomenon.
Seen by over a quarter of a million people worldwide, it has enjoyed three hugely successful West End seasons as well as an international tour including a sold out season at the Melbourne Festival.
Now with a brand new Australian cast, we bring adapter-directors Robert Icke and Duncan Macmillan’s thrilling vision to launch its national Australian tour in Adelaide.
$61.00 + booking fee
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