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Classical Music

From Jul 28
Stephen Layton is one of the leading choral directors of our time...
From Jul 29
Cirque de la Symphonie is a magical fusion of circus and live orchestral music.

Dance

From Aug 10
What is "good parenting" anyway? The second production in the Joan’s 2016 Brave New Work season is the critically acclaimed Never Did Me Any Harm.
From Sep 9
‘ONE TALE… TWO PERSPECTIVES… THE GREATEST LOVE STORY EVER TOLD.’

Film

From Aug 11
A Documentary About the Killing of Prisoners of Conscience for Their Organs in China
From Aug 12
A Documentary About the Killing of Prisoners of Conscience for Their Organs in China
From Sep 15
UNBUTTONED pries open the gap between man and woman to gaze at the space between.

Jazz

From Aug 5
The University of Adelaide Big Band and Vocalists
From Aug 7
A concert of unexpected delights where heart-warming music meets astonishing keyboard skills.
From Aug 7
Phillip Johnston will return to Riverside Theatres with his new seven-piece ensemble to present a feel-good afternoon of original swinging jazz, blues and Latin music.

Light Classics

From Aug 7
A concert of unexpected delights where heart-warming music meets astonishing keyboard skills.
From Aug 14
Laugh, sing along and be inspired by the Choir of Hard Knocks and their joyous music making under the direction of their original Founding Artistic Director Dr Jonathon Welch AM.
From Aug 25
More glamorous than the Oscars, this gala dinner is to help raise funds for this year's Bel Canto Award for young singers. This year's artists include the Sth African sopano sensation Pumeza Matshikiza in her only Australian appearance.

Musical Theatre & Cabaret

From Jul 28
Based on the True Story of Beni Lola

Stage

From Jul 28
By George Eliot, adapted by Helen Edmundson (by arrangement with THE AGENCY (London) Ltd) Directed by Tanya Gerstle With Zahra Newman, Grant Cartwright, Luisa Hastings Edge, Tom Heath, Rosie Lockhart, EmmaTufrey Smith, George Lingard, James O’Connell
From Jul 28
Dave Arden is a Kokatha/Gunditjmara Storyteller & Songman. His poetic songs are inspired by a deep passion of love for country, Dave’s upbringing and his family with whom he shares a special, spiritual & cultural connection.
From Jul 28
The Hansard Monologues: Age of Entitlement is the theatre at its most real – because it is real.

Theatre

From Jul 28
By George Eliot, adapted by Helen Edmundson (by arrangement with THE AGENCY (London) Ltd) Directed by Tanya Gerstle With Zahra Newman, Grant Cartwright, Luisa Hastings Edge, Tom Heath, Rosie Lockhart, EmmaTufrey Smith, George Lingard, James O’Connell
From Jul 28
The Hansard Monologues: Age of Entitlement is the theatre at its most real – because it is real.
From Jul 28
Based on the True Story of Beni Lola

Visual Art

From Sep 15
UNBUTTONED pries open the gap between man and woman to gaze at the space between.

World

From Jul 28
Dave Arden is a Kokatha/Gunditjmara Storyteller & Songman. His poetic songs are inspired by a deep passion of love for country, Dave’s upbringing and his family with whom he shares a special, spiritual & cultural connection.
From Aug 8
Unbound by notions of genre, Punch Brothers’ collaborative, porous approach to music making results in an extraordinary and dynamic performance that is laced with breathless motion and humour.
From Aug 12
Punch Brothers are the acoustic quintet of mandolinist Chris Thile, guitarist Chris Eldridge, bassist Paul Kowert, banjoist Noam Pikelny and violinist Gabe Witcher.