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Location

34 Holden Street
Hindmarsh
SA 5007
Next to the Coopers Stadium

( 6 mins from the CBD)
FREE PARKING


Head Office & Postal

164 South Road
Torrensville
SA 5031


t: 08 82231450
f: 08 82236568

Awards

Blood at The Root - Adelaide Fringe Award Best Theatre Wk 1
Blood at The Root - The Graham F. Smith Peace Foundation Peace Award
Mush and Me - Nominated for Adelaide Critic's Circle Award
Cut - Adelaide Fringe Award Best Theatre Wk 2
Cut - Underbelly Edinburgh Award
Promise and Promiscuity - Adelaide Fringe Award Best Theatre Wk 3
McNirt Hates Dirt - Adelaide Fringe Award Best Children's Presentation' Wk 3
McNirt Hates Dirt - Minter Ellison 'Fringe and Beyond' Award
Shakespeare For Kids - Nominated for The Holden Street Theatres' Adelaide Award
No Privacy - Nominated for The Holden Street Theatres' Adelaide Award
Thom Jordan Nominated for Adelaide Fringe Emerging Artist Award

MBooks

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Journey of Faith (SA)

presented by the Armenian Cultural Association of South Australia

Journey of Faith ... is an extended one act play, primarily set on April 24, 1965, the 50th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide. It is a commemoration of the atrocities committed against innocent Armenians between 1915 and 1918.

"Armenians will never forget the Genocide, by the Ottoman Turks, which began on April 24 1915, but one cannot always live in anger, fear and grief. We should seek serenity for our wounded hearts. Faith is the only way to reach it.

The Studio. 7 pm, April 21,23,24,25 2015.

To call The Box Office 08 8223 1450 or click here to buy tickets online

Click here for more information and links to the Armenian Cultural Association of South Australia

LE VISITEUR par Éric Emmanuel Schmitt (SA)

presented by Panache

Une nuit, quelques semaines après l'Anschluss, alors que les troupes allemandes défilent dans Vienne dont elles prennent possession, le docteur Sigmund Freud inquiet reçoit un étrange visiteur habillé en dandy. S'instaure alors un échange, au cours duquel l'athée Freud semble comprendre que cet inconnu, qui semble connaître parfaitement son enfance, sa vie et le monde, ne peut être que Dieu.

En recréant le contexte de Vienne en 1938, Schmitt place le célèbre psychanalyste dans un débat intérieur : croit-il encore en Dieu ? Avec de tels événements, Dieu existe-t-il ? Comment protéger sa fille Anna d'un officier nazi bien intéressé et menaçant ? Et ce visiteur, qui est-il ?

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The Studio. 7:30pm May 7, 8, 9.

Come and enjoy an evening in French with English surtitles.

To call The Box Office dial 08 8223 1450 or click here to buy tickets online

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