Presented by Adelaide Cabaret Festival Reviewed 25 March 2022 From the moment Isaac Hannam, a proud Kaurna Aboriginal man, walked on stage in traditional indigenous dress and created magic with his digeridoo before welcoming the audience of the Adelaide Cabaret Festival Gala audience to Country, in both Language and English, the Festival Theatre came to […]
Musical medico Dr Lane recounts the story of how he, as a young boy plagued with anxiety, found success as both a GP and musician.
THE QUEENS’ raucous late-night Fringe show Club Queens will celebrate the incoming International Women’s Day with a stellar line-up of female Fringe stars tonight.
Powerhouses of cabaret, Amelia Ryan and Libby O’Donovan join forces to bring Unsung to Adelaide this Fringe season
It is just like the publicity says, it’s raucous, it’s nostalgic and it’s a loud and proud celebration of the incredibly long list of talented Australian women who have graced our pop and rock scene.
Helpmann award winner Michael Griffiths and acclaimed cabaret darling Amelia Ryan celebrate the songbooks of Aussie icons Olivia Newton-John and Peter Allen for one night only. Backed by a three piece band featuring Adelaide's finest musicians, revisit all of their sing-a-long classics from Rio to Tenterfield, all the way to Xanadu and beyond.
Amelia Ryan brings her tale of pregnancy to the stage in a funny assortment of songs, detailed anecdotes and witty banter. The show is a delightful production that is packed with many authentic and comedic moments.
Last year, Josh Belperio was involved in a serious road accident on his bicycle, leaving him in hospital for a number of weeks with a ruptured spleen. Belperio used this traumatic event to create 'Scarred For Life', a one-man cabaret.
From dancing and singing a jig before a studio audience to becoming glittering stars in their own right, Peter Allen and Olivia Newton-John's cross-paralleled careers made them a good duo.
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Amelia Ryan is Lady Liberty, but she is also fearless and a charismatic force with which to be reckoned.
Award-winning cabaret artiste and Adelaide local, Amelia Ryan returns to the Fringe in February with 'Lady Liberty'. Nicola Woolford discussed life, comedy, and touring with her this week.
She's shown the world what she has got and now she is set to rock her hometown at the Adelaide Fringe...
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Cabaret season is in full swing with the annual Variety Gala launching the 13th annual Adelaide Cabaret Festival.