Tag Archives: Emu productions

March 18

The Servant of Two Masters – What does theatre preserve and what does it shake off? (Theatre Review)

The Servant of Two Masters Fools in Progress and Emu Productions King Street Theatre March 14 – March 25 You can grab your tickets here. For those of us who see a lot of theatre, we have to admit that all theatrical events are dense with meaning (this can be traumatic or joyful) but they […]

May 03

Vice – Melvyn Morrow challenges you in your role as judge, jury and executioner. (Theatre Review)

Vice King Street Theatre April 21 to May 9. You can grab your tickets here. Image credits to Thomas Adams It’s taken me a long time to write about Vice. I kept changing my approach, and that in itself tells you this is a piece of theatre that is very thought-provoking and worth spending those […]

May 13

Trainspotting – Black Box Theatre and Emu Productions take us to the dark side of ourselves. (Theatre review)

Trainspotting Black Box Theatre and Emu Productions King Street Theatre till May 24. Buy Tickets here.  I saw Irvine Welsh at the Adelaide writers festival a few years back. He is an engaging speaker with a warm, generous personality, who puts up a convincing show of modesty. Among his many witty anecdotes was a consideration […]