A multi-award winning New Zealand showband, the quartet of finely attired gents successfully evoke the imagery of times gone by. Their latest show Two Worlds is an original play weaving together four stories relating to their native culture.
When Ruthie Henshall takes the stage, you sit up and take notice. This multi award nominated artist has been playing the music theatre game since 1986 and that means she’s been strutting her stuff for over thirty years
Right from the start, this world premiere show, Between Two Shores, wonderfully reflected the Tongan/Australian heritage of these amazing singing sisters Vika and Linda Bull.
An Evening with Zoe Coombs Marr is a hilarious new show from comedian Zoe Coombs Marr that playfully dissects and toys with traditional comedic styles.
Larissa McGowan lists an impressive cohort of collaborators for this show
Maeve Marsden and Libby Wood present a clever, insightful ‘Body of Work’ which is chock full of pathos, humour, amazing singing and manages to skewer, and show up to ridicule, the all too prevalent biases and misogyny in the world of musical theatre.
Sometimes words just get in the way; this set of songs transcends what you would expect from a jazz quintet.
From the opening number, the audience is immersed in the sheer joy of all things Irish: the music, the dance, the stories of Fox’s childhood and early career.
In the Liner Notes Live series, a seminal album is presented to the audience, with various performers talking about and/or giving their interpretation of a particular number.
Capsis live is a religious experience. His latest avatar is Rock God, and in this show, he performs a dozen rock, pop, R’n’B, jazz, theatre and whatever songs.
Aaron Cash hits the stage and sings the first few bars of a famous song then, in the manner of all good cabaret performance, this show takes a turn, or two.
Raucous, boisterous and cheeky, Gunhild Carling is a stunning performer to watch.
In seventy minutes, Tuckerman sings twelve songs or medleys. In between songs, she chats engagingly to us about the ups and downs of her professional career. It’s a simple recipe, and like most simple recipes, it works.
Tom Campbell is a one-handed gay Tasmanian actor who pulls from a lifetime of stories of other people’s responses to his hand, or lack thereof, in the form of a stand-up comedy routine.
Tina del Twist is played by Australian singer/actor/writer/comedian/producer and director Wes Snelling. She is Wes’s bohemian Auntie - the family misfit, never quite fitting in. With a good serve of red wine, in a brandy balloon big enough to bath a baby in, Tina stumbles on stage to begin what she thinks is her Christmas concert.
Dami Im became a household name as a contestant on the fifth season of The X Factor, going on to win the series and receiving a record contract with Sony Australia.
The band Nancy and Beth is the creation of Megan Mullally, who is recognisable from her role as Karen in the hit television show Will & Grace. She is joined on stage by her co-creator Stephanie Hunt from Friday Night Lights.
This emotional journey is a mix of sometimes unusual and often unpredictable song selections
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.
Directed by Steven Gates (Tripod), Suburban Gothic boasts three cabaret singers and an impressive band complete with cello, drums, and baby grand piano.