There are some singers who make you wonder why they’re not an international sensation. Lucy Russell is one of them.
Wrestling is interactive theatre, and the RCW crew keep the punters involved from start to finish. Champs are cheered, villains are booed and the underdog finds inner strength as the crowd claps and chants their encouragement.
They proved to us that they were right; death statistics are a rich vein for a comedic act, and facts can be funny, even when it is our own deaths that we are laughing at.
A single candle stands on the central table, flanked by a smaller table with measuring flasks and beakers and a blank flip chart. Michael Faraday (Bernard Caleo) enters from 1848, in a grey morning coat and cravat, to deliver his Christmas lecture.
A wonderful adventure into the mind and exploration of what has happened to the imaginary friends of childhood when left to their own devices.
Barry Burgan’s outstanding Blues Brothers Rhythm and Blues Revue quickly got people on their feet. The 8-piece band were stellar, headlined by big-voiced Danny Gillard as Jake Blues and Jimmy Meagan as Elwood Blues.
Abler describes herself as a “recovering classical concert pianist” and, whilst it is very clear that she would have excelled in that field if she had continued, we are very lucky that she has chosen the cabaret path to share her talents
This show is for anyone that enjoys a show that pushes the boundaries, like a little darker tone to their cabaret, and can handle being pulled into the act.
From beginning to end, Just Like the Movies is a work filled with immense talent.
Butterscotch is a must see for anyone who loves a good story, great music, the joy of adventure and the wonder of first experiences.
This visual and aural experience blended meditative soundscapes with the idea that shapes can emit specific frequencies and energy patterns.
From the same country that produced Nietzsche, Wagner and the modern flamethrower comes one of the best stand-up comedy shows at this year’s Fringe.
If you’ve been unfortunate enough to miss out on La Soirée, add it to the top of your list for future tours. It never disappoints.
Trust me when I say that Uta Uber Kool Ja is like nothing you have ever seen before.
From telephones and cameras to mathematics, this clever Canadian comedian reminded all of us just how far we've come, and we loved it.
From the opening destruction of Roy Orbison’s Pretty Woman, Downe continues to roll out the laughs with his unique brand of silliness.
For a comedian, Kate McLennan is a sweet storyteller with an adorable girlish charm.
Rob Lloyd is fixated with all things Dr Who and wants to know if it has ruined his life or provided him with the inspiration to be a better person.
Lawson works her way through more than a dozen of Doris Day’s songs, interspersed with a chronological overview of her movie career from her screen test for her first film in 1947.
An Adelaide Cabaret institution, Cabaret Live! is an open mic night for amateur and experienced performers.