Australian National Theatre Live – See great Australian theatre wherever you are, with the launch of Australian National Theatre Live’s Play in a Box Tour!

Windmill Theatre Co and State Theatre Company South Australia
Directed and created by Rosemary Myers and Julianne O’Brien, based on the tales by the Brothers Grimm

Spinning straw into gold is a party trick that will take you far. It can buy you a big house full of beautiful things, a wardrobe of designer clothes and a life of total luxury, but money, as they say, can’t buy you…

Two people, once best friends, torn apart by desire for the things they cannot have. This is the story of the ultimate price of greed.

The exquisitely mercurial Paul Capsis stars as a shape-shifting imp whose thirst for vengeance may well bring him undone.

He joins the team that brought you award winning Pinocchio, as they take on a new and equally fantastic fairytale, with their unique brand of theatrical spectacular, rocking music and supreme silliness.

Full of twists and turns, it’s a whole new spin on a heart of gold.

Photo: Shane Reid (Paul Capsis as Rumpelstiltskin)

Rumpelstiltskin Trailer – SA Screenings from Country Arts SA on Vimeo.

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Shed Wizard
  • Visual Arts

Shed Wizard

1st September 2017 — 21st January 2018

James Dodd's practice has meandered across investigations of urban space, creative interventions in public space and notions of high and low art.

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Our Stories Our Way: Our Mob 2015 on tour
  • Visual Arts

Our Stories Our Way: Our Mob 2015 on tour

8th September 2017 — 7th January 2018

Presented by Country Arts SA

Our Stories Our Way: Our Mob 2015 on Tour is a collection of works by South Australian Aboriginal artists who exhibited in Our Mob 2015, presented by Adelaide Festival Centre and TARNANTHI Festival.

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Craft Anonymous
  • Visual Arts

Craft Anonymous

15th September 2017 — 21st January 2018

Craft Anonymous addresses ideas around the body: approaching themes of adornment, embellishment, desire/disgust, and identity: public/private, femininity/masculinity, domesticity, place, family history and a sense of belonging.

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