- Emil and the Detectives
- The Young King
Slingsby is a theatre company based in Adelaide, South Australia. Founded in Adelaide in 2007 by Artistic Director Andy Packer and Executive Producer Jodi Glass, Slingsby produces and tours original theatre that captivates, challenges and inspires international audiences of adults and young people. The company crafts other-worldly stories of wonder, loss and hope. Slingsby premiered its debut production The Tragical Life of Cheeseboy in January 2008 at the Adelaide Festival Centre and has subsequently toured the world, including a two-week sold-out season presented by the New Victory Theater on 42nd Street, New York. In the nine years since it was founded, Slingsby has premiered six original productions, won 13 arts industry awards (including a Business SA Export Award and two Ruby Awards) and performed in 69 venues in 43 cities across Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, Norway, Scotland, Singapore, Spain, UK and USA. Now well established as a leading international company, Slingsby is acclaimed for its sophisticated aesthetic and complex emotional storytelling. Slingsby's most recent production The Young King was nominated for a prestigious Helpmann Award for 2016 "Best Presentation For Children". In 2016 Slingsby won The Advertiser newspaper’s award for "Best Venue – Festival" for Slingsby’s conversion of the former Dazzeland family entertainment site on Level 5 Myer Centre Adelaide into a ‘pop-up’ theatre purpose built for The Young King.