The Show Must Go On

See our collection of online interviews and performances to stay connected no matter where you are.

We recognise the power of the arts to not only entertain, but also to provide comfort and connection, especially during these challenging times as COVID-19 continues to have an impact on live performance. This is why The Show Must Go On at Adelaide Festival Centre, even if that means bringing the wonderment of our theatres to the comfort of your couches.

We will be updating The Show Must Go On frequently, so be sure to visit often for the latest online works. Also, don’t forget to follow #MyFestivalCentre on social media where we’ll be digging into the Adelaide Festival Centre archives.

Her Majesty's Theatre Documentary

She’s more than 100 years old, has survived two world wars, the great-depression and two pandemics and she’s shining bright on Grote Street. Now it’s your turn to step inside the new Her Majesty’s Theatre.

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Students Got Talent Live Broadcast

On 13 February 2021, Adelaide Festival Centre presented Students Got Talent, a talent competition held to show our support to the International student community impacted by COVID-19 travel restrictions. 11 finalists competed for $9500 in prize money, with first place going to 19-year-old singer Estée Kitingan. The live broadcast was filmed in collaboration with Channel 44 Adelaide and was seen by audiences worldwide.

 

Windmill at Home

Our friends at Windmill Theatre Company have a series of hands-on, interactive experiences ready for the whole family to enjoy!

Start with their series Honey, I’m Home. Episode one takes the family though the four seasons, which have been hand crafted by artists Chris Edser, Renate Henschke and Jonathon Oxlade. With eight episodes and other activities and behind-the-scenes videos, Windmill have your at-home entertainment covered.

Honey, I’m Home is supported by Windmill Theatre Company and the Department of Premier and Cabinet through Arts South Australia.

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Mountain Goat Mountain

Mountain Goat Mountain is an at-home, audio-led experience that the whole family can enjoy. With guided activities that help you set up and step into your own imaginative world, Mountain Goat Mountain is a unique experience for adults and children to do together that provides space for creative connection through play and imagination.

Go to Mountain Goat Mountain

Something on Saturday at Home

Adelaide Festival Centre’s Something on Saturday has a range of fun at-home activities to do with your children – all of which feature household items, little pieces of nature, or even creative ways to make meals for the family!

More Something on Saturday at Home activities