Eighteenth century taproom etiquette isn’t hard to pick up. you get the idea in no time.
There is nothing nice about this cabaret performance – mercifully! We are confronted, comforted, ostracised, outraged, deliberately confused and just as deliberately cajoled.
Hispanic Attack! is a wild ride through the Latino songbook as well as its culture.
In 'Laugh be a Lady' Debora Krizak champions funny women.
This is not an ordinary Cabaret show nor is it an ordinary romantic tale.
A fascinating evening discovering what new talent is emerging on the Cabaret scene! Five young performers have got together and crafted a very entertaining show.
Maeve Marsden and Libby Wood have teamed up to create a cabaret about gin - otherwise known as 'Mother's Ruin'.
Phil Scott is a showbiz survivor. His forte for musical comedy is used well with his tribute to British song-writer Lionel Bart.
Adelaide Festival Centre will be in full bloom this winter as Morgan Allender, who is the recipient of this year’s Country Arts SA Breaking Ground Award, unveils her exhibition, Seeing Spring at Artspace Gallery from 8 July - 23 August.
Amelia Ryan Is Lady Liberty is, in a way, a follow on and sequel to Ryan’s hit show, A Storm In A D-Cup: but like Ryan herself, it stands alone!
Stand-up comedian, TV personality and holder of a degree in Art History and Curatorship, Hannah Gadsby has the answers to all of our fine arts questions.
Local entertainer, David Gauci has always been on the large size. He pokes fun at himself in this very funny and moving cabaret show. Being big can be wonderful!
Through story and song, Yon, bedecked only in a silk robe, socks and slippers, takes us on a mad ride of his sex life.
‘The Crown Prince of Melbourne cabaret’, Michael Dalley, is a master of satirical song-writing who can thumb his nose at the best of them.
2014 Your Theatrics International Cabaret Contest winner, Melody Beck, pays tribute to Marni Nixon, the actual singing voice for the stars of classic films.
Applications for Country Arts SA’s highly successful annual Visual Arts Professional Development award Breaking Ground are closing soon.
As a guide to unhappiness, this show succeeds in abundance. There are a few genuine laughs to be had, and the magic is all performed beautifully, but there’s nothing new or spectacular to add any ‘wow’ factor.
Although not what a few people would expect, Julie Madly Deeply is a great tribute to a lady who has sung her way into many hearts.
Songs from an Unmade Bed is exactly what it says: songs sung from and around an unmade bed, by a gay New Yorker; or is it several different gay New Yorkers?
With their 15 June performance sold out, there’s only one more chance to see this exclusive Adelaide season. To miss it, would be the only thing more scandalous than their songs.