Students Got Talent returns to Dunstan Playhouse

Adelaide Festival Centre is set to celebrate the return of Students Got Talent on 25 November with free audience tickets available.

Students Got Talent, the talent show for both domestic and international Tertiary students, will return to the Dunstan Playhouse stage showcasing 10 talented finalists selected from more than 30 submissions.

Hosted by Adelaide comedian Jason Chong, Students Got Talent is offering over $2,000 in prize money to be won. The exciting range of finalist talents include singing, dancing, spoken word poetry, drumming and even skipping! Countries represented on the night include Australia, Brazil, China, Colombia, Congo, Germany, Mexico, Philippines and Thailand.

Adelaide Festival Centre CEO & Artistic Director Douglas Gautier AM says, “We look forward to welcoming students back to Students Got Talent at Adelaide Festival Centre and to continue supporting and uniting Adelaide’s international and local students through arts and entertainment.”

StudyAdelaide Chief Executive Jane Johnston says, “Students Got Talent 2023 is a wonderful way to highlight how our state embraces international students and celebrates their diverse talents as yet another way they contribute to our community.

 “It is a fantastic show, and we look forward to seeing the talent that is discovered on the night.”

Now in its third year, Students Got Talent, has seen students rap, sing, dance and rollerblade across Adelaide Festival Centre stages. Past participants have gone onto perform at OzAsia Festival’s Lucky Beats stage at Elder Park, Festival Plaza events and StudyAdelaide’s Student Fest.

Other family friendly shows this November and December at Adelaide Festival Centre include Peter Combe’s Christmas with Adelaide Youth OrchestrasAdelaide Symphony Orchestra’s Christmas UnwrappedThe Nutcracker and The Gruffalo.

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