Check out our approaching activities

November 2022

At: Parwana Afghan Restaurant, 124b Henley Beach Rd, Torrensville

When: Sat Nov 5 7:00 pm

Parwana believes that even loss and suffering can forge beauty and generosity. It is in this spirit that diners at Parwana are welcomed like guests into a home, and treated to the culinary pleasures of age-old secrets of traditional Afghan cuisine – a cuisine which encapsulates the often-forgotten aspects of interconnection that shape the human story. In Afghanistan, meals are a ritual combining family, friends and culture. Their meals are best enjoyed shared, reflecting the spirit of copiousness and generosity.
Pay for what you eat and drink.

At: Arts Theatre, Angas St, Adelaide

When: Sat Nov 12 2:00 pm

and: Sat Nov 12 7:30 pm

Therry Society present this musical comedy Written By: Derek Benfield and Directed By: Jude Hines for Therry Society Bedside Manners is a two act play set in a small, unfashionable hotel in the depths of the English countryside. The time is the present and the season is Spring; a time for love and lovers. Well, almost.

Adults $30 Concession $25. Dinner at Crown and Sceptre Hotel, 308 King William Street, Adelaide

At: St Jude’s Hall, 444 Brighton Rd, Brighton

When: Sat Nov 19 7:30 pm

Written and directed by Larry Waller for St Jude’s Players.
Based on the original story of Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens and not on the musical of the same name, this reimagining of Dickens' classic tale of poverty, crime and child exploitation will be transported into a South Australian context. This very different version of the classic tale is set to wow audiences. Be part of it.

Adult $25 Concession $20. Dinner at Charminar, 450 Brighton Rd, Brighton

At: Domain Theatre, Marion Cultural Centre, Diagonal Rd

When: Tue Nov 15 11:00 am

Hot on the heels of a world in turmoil, the sentiment, for “Australian made” couldn’t be stronger. Products including our own Australian born or nurtured entertainers have hit an all-time high in popularity. The perfect time to re visit our Australian heroes of music. John Paul Young, Billy Thorpe, The Seekers, Men at Work, Helen Reddy, Slim Dusty, John Williamson, Ted Mulry, Normie Rowe to name a few. Eddie Daniels and Suzie Lee move the
audience through a time warp of Australian sentiment.

Lunch at centre café if desired.

At: Regal Theatre, 275 Kensington Rd, Kensington Park

When: Fri Nov 25 8:00 pm

Michael Griffiths is back with his highly applauded show. Australia's Cabaret King Michael plays piano and sings songs from the Peter Allen catalogue with first class showmanship. Together with band they play the classics from I Go to Rio and I Honestly Love You through to Don't Cry Out Loud and of course I Still Call Australia Home. Join Michael and his baby grand celebrating the music of an Australian and world-wide artist and legend.

Tickets $59 Stalls or Balcony

At: Arts Theatre, Angas St, Adelaide

When: Sat Nov 26 2:00 pm

and: Sat Nov 26 7:30 pm

Adelaide Rep presents this comedy directed by David Grybowski. It's the early years of television in 1953, and the comic writers of The Max Prince Show in New York write Max an hour-and-a-half-long sketch show every week. The play shows the huge contribution to American humour from European Jewish immigrants and their American-born offspring. It's a very funny play - all the characters are comedians!

Adult $25 Concession $22. Dinner at Est Ovest - Osteria, 1/111 Angas Street at 6 pm. Collect tickets at theatre or bring emailed tickets on night.

At: Regal Theatre, 275 Kensington Rd, Kensington Park

When: Sat Nov 26 8:00 pm

Deni Hines is back in Australia performing on stage for a one-off show in Adelaide ONLY! With a full band, come along for a night full of her big hits and latest music. A well-versed master of pop, soul & jazz, Deni is an entertainment industry power-house & vocal force. Come along for an unforgettable evening of music by a leading lady of Australian music.

Tickets Stalls $75, Balcony $65