“Mad March” is just the beginning of the entertainment on offer at Adelaide Festival Centre this autumn.
The unmissable Adelaide Festival will take over the Centre in March, with opera, dance, theatre, outdoor and live streaming experiences.
Later in March, music legends are honoured with The Music of Bowie Orchestrated, tributes to Queen, The Beatles 50 Years On and the memorable hits of The Everly Brothers and other Legends of the 50s & 60s.
We welcome our Home Companies back for their 2021 seasons with State Opera South Australia’s popular season of Rodger and Hammerstein’s Carousel in March and Sweeney Todd in May, the ASO’s Brilliance and Tenderness, Windmill Theatre Company’s Hiccup, and State Theatre Company South Australia’s The Gospel According to Paul.
Fans of the 1980s cannot bypass the first musical presented in the redeveloped Her Majesty’s Theatre, when The Wedding Singer comes to town in April.
Adelaide Festival Centre co-presents a world premier double-bill dance performance with The Move and in a collaboration with the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra and Adelaide Guitar Festival, we proudly showcase the work of Nigel Westlake and Grigoryan Brothers in Concert.
Before the winter sets in, the highly anticipated DreamBIG Children’s Festival returns in May to entertain kids and families in and around Adelaide Festival Centre with a range of free and low cost events.
While we are excited to welcome you all back to live performance, things have changed. See how we’re keeping our staff, artists and you in a safe and enjoyable environment – find out more and read our FAQs. You can also view our free digital offering with The Show Must Go On.