Tag: adelaide festival reviews


Review: Killer Pig

Choreographed by ex-Batsheva Dance Company’s principal dancer, Sharon Eyal,  L-E-V (the Hebrew work for “heart”) perform two works at the Adelaide Festival this…


Review: Backbone

Backbone will take you through a range of emotions, all without saying a word. The powerful acrobatics rolls through short narratives using the human body to cr…


Review: Concerto Italiano: L’Orfeo

Monteverdi’s L’Orfeo tells the ancient Greek legend of poet and prophet Orpheus and his descent, for love, into Hades. Written at the intersection of Renaissanc…


Review: The Encounter

This mind bending and technologically rich work from Complicite Theatre will make you question your view of reality, even if it’s just for a second.…


Review: Saul

The jaw-dropping Saul ushers in the new Adelaide Festival era with one of the most astonishing Festival shows of recent memory.…


Review: Intimate Space

Using the iconic Hilton Hotel as its live canvas, Intimate Space is a stunning exploration of the balance between the realms of public and private.…


Review: Richard III

Schaubühne Berlin’s Richard III is a bold interpretation of Shakespeare’s greatest anti-hero, but is ultimately undone by a disjointed, lack-lustre presentation…


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