Mighty Good Productions presents
Here’s what’s been said about
“Cinderella” by the Adelaide audience.
Mighty Good Productions gives this classic fairytale the classic panto treatment, providing something for the whole family - Rosemary Caden (reviewer)
We were so impressed with the many and varied stage effects - A Grandparent
I took my daughter to see Cinderella... I would like to praise everyone involved for a FANTASTIC show! - A Mother
Australian Amateur Pole Championships
AAPC is back and bigger than ever in 2021!
We'll be hitting the road and travelling across Aus to find our judges favs across the competition categories.
Find ALL the details - www.AustralianAmateurPerformerCompetition.com
Doors open 5.45pm for a 6.30 show start.
The ‘Back 2 Back Short Show Festival’ is SA’s purely local performers/producers Theatre Festival, hosted at the home of live local theatre, Star Theatres One and Two.
Come and see your favourite performers
and some you’ve never heard of!
Featuring cabaret acts, plays, dance and musical theatre. You can come for one show, or stay for more and receive a free drink. Discounts for group bookings.
Each show is 1 hour (approx), so have a snack and a drink between shows and make a night of it!
Last 2 Weeks of October
Shows are coming in HOT!
Men Who Dance
It's A Man's World - Or Is It?
Greg Hart in concert
M for Magicians
A Taste of Bond, shaken not stirred
Pippo & Pasquale LIVE!
Coming in 2022
Midway To Nowhere
Australia, winter, 1952, and a group of New Australians, migrants from devastated post-war Europe, awaits release from the limbo of life in an Australian migrant camp. These include Greeks, Italians and Serbs. Recent rioters have burnt down camp buildings, triggering armoured intervention by the army. Powerless, the migrants wage war against the camp administration, each other and themselves. Based on actual events at Bonegilla, the most famous of all migrant camps, “Midway to Nowhere” relates a chapter in Australia’s history whose telling is well overdue. This exciting new play is at turns funny, sad, angry and painful. A play that will appeal on many levels: historically, sociologically; and philosophically, it is a play for all times and all Australians, old and new.