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The Trip to Bountiful

In this bitter-sweet tale, Carrie Watts longs to escape the one bedroom apartment she shares with her son Ludie and self-centred daughter-in-law Jessie Mae and return to her home town of Bountiful. Her heart condition makes her wish more urgent. Ludie has the best intentions but after a long illness money is short. Jessie Mae doesn’t have a job but relies on Carrie’s pension cheque so that she can go to the beauty parlour. Set in 1950s Houston The Trip to Bountiful is full of hope, longing, and lost dreams. Horton Foote, a Pulitzer Prize winning dramatist and Oscar-winning screenwriter, is often referred to as America’s Chekhov. Red Phoenix produced Horton Foote’s Dividing the Estate in 2019 to Both critical and audience acclaim. Directed by Libby Drake and featuring an outstanding cast including Laura Antoniazzi, Krystal Cave, Megan Dansie, Brian Godfrey, Ron Hoenig, Sharon Malujlo, Stuart Pearce and Leighton Vogt.

Location Holden Street Theatres

subvenue The Studio

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Cowardy, Cowardy Custard

Two very funny one-act plays by the great NOËL COWARD - Red Peppers and Hands Across The Sea Featuring MARTHA LOTT and. GEOFF REVELL and a full cast. Directed by PETER GOERS RED PEPPERS features two third-class music hall performers trying to do their best and HANDS ACROSS THE SEA is a comedy of extremely bad manners. These two hilarious short plays are originally from Coward’s celebrated cycle TONIGHT AT 8.30. Our show starts at 8:00pm though… don’t get mixed up! An Amateur Production By Arrangement with ORIGINtm Theatrical, on behalf of the RIGHTS HOLDER

Location Holden Street Theatres

subvenue The Arch

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Oriental Night- A Belly Dance Show 2024

Leave the mundane everyday life for a night and let yourself be transported to a show in a nightclub in Cairo, Egypt, with colourful Raqs sharqi and folklore presented on stage. Join us for a spectacular night where teachers and dancers from the different belly dance schools in Adelaide come together to celebrate the beauty of Oriental dance

Location Holden Street Theatres

subvenue The Studio

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A Cheery Soul

A Cheery Soul is a surreal satirical masterpiece set in the fictional Sydney suburb of Sarsaparilla at the end of the 1950s. Miss Docker is one of Nobel Laureate Patrick’s White’s most memorable creations. She and her neighbours are as hilarious and peculiar as they are uncannily familiar. Miss Docker the delightfully ghastly, relentlessly upbeat ‘cheery soul’ takes us on a dizzying ride through suburban Australia, as her search for purpose and love leads her in a series of increasingly surreal acts. From over-pruned tomato plants, a damaged roast a nursing home, a church and the destructive power of good. Nothing’s as bad as a good neighbour

Location Holden Street Theatres

subvenue The Studio

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Hangmen

“I'm just as good as bloody Pierrepoint.” In 1965 in his small pub in Oldham, Harry is something of a local celebrity. But what's the second-best hangman in England to do now that they've abolished hanging? Amongst the cub reporters and sycophantic pub regulars, dying to hear Harry's reaction to the news, a peculiar stranger lurks, with a very different motive for his visit. Martin McDonagh's black comedy/thriller premiered at the Royal Court Theatre, London, in September 2015. It won the Laurence Olivier Award for Best New Play 2016. Directed by Nick Fagan

Location Holden Street Theatres

subvenue The Studio

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The Trip to Bountiful

In this bitter-sweet tale, Carrie Watts longs to escape the one bedroom apartment she shares with her son Ludie and self-centred daughter-in-law Jessie Mae and return to her home town of Bountiful. Her heart condition makes her wish more urgent. Ludie has the best intentions but after a long illness money is short. Jessie Mae doesn’t have a job but relies on Carrie’s pension cheque so that she can go to the beauty parlour. Set in 1950s Houston The Trip to Bountiful is full of hope, longing, and lost dreams. Horton Foote, a Pulitzer Prize winning dramatist and Oscar-winning screenwriter, is often referred to as America’s Chekhov. Red Phoenix produced Horton Foote’s Dividing the Estate in 2019 to Both critical and audience acclaim. Directed by Libby Drake and featuring an outstanding cast including Laura Antoniazzi, Krystal Cave, Megan Dansie, Brian Godfrey, Ron Hoenig, Sharon Malujlo, Stuart Pearce and Leighton Vogt.

Location Holden Street Theatres

subvenue The Studio

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Cowardy, Cowardy Custard

Two very funny one-act plays by the great NOËL COWARD - Red Peppers and Hands Across The Sea Featuring MARTHA LOTT and. GEOFF REVELL and a full cast. Directed by PETER GOERS RED PEPPERS features two third-class music hall performers trying to do their best and HANDS ACROSS THE SEA is a comedy of extremely bad manners. These two hilarious short plays are originally from Coward’s celebrated cycle TONIGHT AT 8.30. Our show starts at 8:00pm though… don’t get mixed up! An Amateur Production By Arrangement with ORIGINtm Theatrical, on behalf of the RIGHTS HOLDER

Location Holden Street Theatres

subvenue The Arch

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Oriental Night- A Belly Dance Show 2024

Leave the mundane everyday life for a night and let yourself be transported to a show in a nightclub in Cairo, Egypt, with colourful Raqs sharqi and folklore presented on stage. Join us for a spectacular night where teachers and dancers from the different belly dance schools in Adelaide come together to celebrate the beauty of Oriental dance

Location Holden Street Theatres

subvenue The Studio

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A Cheery Soul

A Cheery Soul is a surreal satirical masterpiece set in the fictional Sydney suburb of Sarsaparilla at the end of the 1950s. Miss Docker is one of Nobel Laureate Patrick’s White’s most memorable creations. She and her neighbours are as hilarious and peculiar as they are uncannily familiar. Miss Docker the delightfully ghastly, relentlessly upbeat ‘cheery soul’ takes us on a dizzying ride through suburban Australia, as her search for purpose and love leads her in a series of increasingly surreal acts. From over-pruned tomato plants, a damaged roast a nursing home, a church and the destructive power of good. Nothing’s as bad as a good neighbour

Location Holden Street Theatres

subvenue The Studio

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Hangmen

“I'm just as good as bloody Pierrepoint.” In 1965 in his small pub in Oldham, Harry is something of a local celebrity. But what's the second-best hangman in England to do now that they've abolished hanging? Amongst the cub reporters and sycophantic pub regulars, dying to hear Harry's reaction to the news, a peculiar stranger lurks, with a very different motive for his visit. Martin McDonagh's black comedy/thriller premiered at the Royal Court Theatre, London, in September 2015. It won the Laurence Olivier Award for Best New Play 2016. Directed by Nick Fagan

Location Holden Street Theatres

subvenue The Studio

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