A glorious celebration of people, culture and connection.
Nosferatutu is a bizarre combination of cabaret spectacular and gothic pantomime, written by Tommy Bradson and directed by Sheridan Harbridge.
For over a decade, Hans has travelled the breadth of Adelaide and beyond displaying his gift for outrageous outfits and high camp. With a dash of Danny La Rue, Julian Clary and others, Hans’ way with words have seen him shock and delight in equal measures.
Opening with Mercedes Benz and including legendary numbers such as Try (just a little bit harder), Ball and Chain and Little Girl Blue, Janis: Undead is a musical journey through the very short career of Janis Joplin.
The Southern Belles present the songs of white, country singers, such as Loretta Lynn, Bobby Gentry and Nancy Sinatra.
Opera singer extraordinaire, David Hobson, and legendary funny-man, Colin Lane, have been mates for over twenty five years.
'My Vagabond Boat' is both a joyful and bubbly voyage through music history and a solemn tribute to all those forced to make tough voyages to survive.
Cole Porter's songs still captivate. Famed for writing dozens of musicals and hit songs, there isn’t anyone somewhere who hasn’t heard one of his tracks.
One of South Australia’s most talented and loved musicians Niki Vasilakis will again engage audiences in the second performance of the Cocktail Concerts series on October 23.
This entertaining show concentrates on the I Love Lucy years, her relationship with Desi Arnaz, her second pregnancy and her dedication to making America laugh.
The writer of song’s like That Old Black Magic, Let’s Fall in Love and Over the Rainbow is fondly remembered in this tribute to the Music of Harold Arlen.
A fascinating, heart warming exploration into five personal journeys of contemporary Asian Australians.
Presented by Adelaide Cabaret Festival Reviewed Saturday 15th June 2013 If you go to Songs to Self-Destruct to expecting to see Virginia Gay as she was in television’s All Saints, or as she currently appears in the series Winners And Losers, then you will be bitterly disappointed! This is Gay at her sexy, hypnotically, crazily, […]
Presented by The Adelaide Cabaret Festival Reviewed Thursday 14th June 2012 Performing as the Andrews Sisters, Maxene, Patty and LaVerne, three Western Australian songbirds, Maree Cole, Katie McKee, and Sherry-Anne Hayes, recreate a Command Performance radio programme. These were broadcast to troops during WWII as well as to those at home in America. The trio […]
Adelaide's Swing Dancers were out in force to dance to the music of New Orleans based group, Tuba Skinny. Together, these six make a tight unit that plays very authentic sounding traditional New Orleans music.
Michael Dalley lampoons the real estate industry and associated aspects, such as home ownership, interior decorating and social climbing, in an hour of humorous songs, sending up real estate agents hilariously.
In 2007, at the age of 21, they were the youngest ever recipients of a Jonathon Larson Award,.
A terrific show filled with songs about, or related to fairgrounds, carnivals and circuses.
Billie Holiday, near the end of her life, interrupts her show to tell her life story.
This show was marred by a truly dreadful sound mix, making it impossible to fairly judge the performance.