Check out our approaching activities

September 2022

When: FRI 2/9 AT 8 PM
At Regal Theatre, 275 Kensington Rd, Kensington Park

After standing ovation sold out shows in 2021, Dusty the Concert returns for an Encore performance on Friday 2 September 2022, starring award winning Monique Montez and 8-piece Springfield band. This is a concert celebrating Dusty Springfields’ musical achievements, hit songs, life stories and impact she had around the world during the era of Black & White Soul. Featuring songs such as ‘Son of A Preacher Man’, ‘I Only Want to Be with You’ & ‘You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me’!

Tickets $69 Stalls or balcony.

When: 3/9 AT 1.30 PM
At Regal Theatre, 275 Kensington Rd, Kensington Park

Chris Lloyds presents “Hits of the Crooners” which celebrates the wonderful songs made famous by artists such as Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, Dean Martin, Mel Tormé, Bobby Darin, Nat King Cole, Sammy Davis Jr and Matt Monro. Take a sentimental journey with Chris while he serenades you with some of the greatest songs ever written. His smooth sophisticated vocal style will take you back to an era when life was less complicated and swing was king!

Highlights in Chris’s career include, opening for international acts Blondie, Joe Cocker, José Feliciano and Meatloaf and many chart-topping Australian bands.

Tickets $55 Stalls, $45 Balcony.

When: SAT 3/9 AT 7 PM
At The Torrens Arms Hotel, 95 Belair Road, Kingswood

This is where the magic happens. We’re talking modern classics, plant-based delights and some real fancy numbers (Herb and Parmesan-crusted Lamb Rack anyone?). Their kitchen team likes keeping on its toes – regularly updating menus and using the best in seasonal produce to feed diners like royalty. Hungry yet?
Pay for what you eat on the night and enjoy the company of other members as we celebrate our 53rd birthday as a club.

When: SAT 10/9 at 2 or 7.30 PM
At Arts Theatre, Angas St, Adelaide

Written by Debra Oswald and Directed by Erik Strauts for Adelaide Repertory.
Jo, ferrying a cake for her husband Brent's fortieth birthday, stops at the traffic lights only to see him, in his vehicle puckering lips with the young office girl.
Full of vitality and good humour, this is a play which explores the aspirations and idiosyncrasies of seemingly ordinary people as they cross the vast and far from ordinary Australian landscape.

Adult $25 Concession $22. Dinner at Est Ovest Osteria, 111 Angas Street, Adelaide at 6 pm.

When: SUN 11/9 AT 2PM
At Star Theatre, Sir Donald Bradman Drive, Hilton

The Importance of Being Earnest is the most renowned of Oscar Wilde’s comedies. It’s the story of two bachelors, John ‘Jack’ Worthing and Algernon ‘Algy’ Moncrieff, who create alter egos named Ernest to escape their tiresome lives. They attempt to win the hearts of two women who, conveniently, claim to only love men called Ernest.

Adult $32.50 Conc $22.50

At Domain Theatre, Marion Cultural Centre, Diagonal Rd

Join the ‘Bossa Blokes’ in a journey to Brazil as they play the smooth bossa nova hits that inspired a generation of musicians around the world. Featuring Kelly Doddridge (vocals and trombone), Andrew Morris (guitar and vocals), Jordan Noble (tenor sax and flute) and Fabian Hevia (percussion) playing classics from composers such as Dorival Caymmi, Carlos Lyra and Antonio Carlos Jobim.

All tickets $20. Lunch at the theatre café if desired.

When: THURSDAY 15/9 at 1PM
At Results Cafe, TAFE SA Regency Park campus. Enter via Entrance 2 on Days Road

Customers at Results Café can enjoy different foods at great prices over a cup of tea or fresh espresso coffee in a relaxed atmosphere. As well as providing fresh discount goods to the public, Results Café enables students to see their products go from raw materials to point of sale. This encourages students to produce goods of a standard high enough to be considered for retail sale.
Come and try what the students bring out on the day.

When: SAT 17/9 at 8PM
At Stirling Community Theatre, Avenue Rd, Stirling

Written by Adam Long, Daniel Singer and Jess Winfield. Directed by Jethro Pidd for Stirling Players. All 37 plays in 97 Minutes! Is it possible?

The show parodies the plays of William Shakespeare with all of them being performed in comically shortened or merged form by only a small number of actors. Typically, the actors play themselves rather than specific characters.
Tickets $25, Concession $20. Dinner at Mainstreet Cellar and Kitchen, 4 Mount Barker Rd, Stirling

At: Regal Theatre, 275 Kensington Rd, Kensington Park

When: Sat Sep 24 1:30 pm

and: Sat Sep 24 7:30 pm

Directed by Gordon Combes, Musical Director Jillian Gulliver, Choreographer Celeste Barone for the Gilbert and Sullivan Society. If you love musical theatre then you must see this production. If you hate musical theatre, this show will convert you. Whatever you do, don’t miss it!