Presented by Adelaide Festival CentreReviewed June 25 2021 This show was conceived and directed by Trevor Ashley, who founded the Sydney International Cabaret Festival in July 2019. Each singer is a consummate artist in her own right with her own distinct style, both of singing and performing. Together, Tania Doko, Emma Pask and Prinnie Stevens make […]
With International Boarders still closed, RocKwiz Salutes Eurovision brought a much needed spark of colour, glitz, and humour to Adelaide.
The music was just as good as the insights into mental health
Presented by Tutti Arts/Adelaide Festival Centre Reviewed 23 June 2021 To paraphrase one of the Sisters of Invention’s songs ‘This isn’t Disneyland’, but is was immense fun. For those of you who do not know, Sisters of Invention are an all-female pop group who have wonderful music ability which makes them want to prove that […]
Presented by Adelaide Festival Centre Reviewed 18 June 2021 What should be immediately obvious walking out of Songs of Don is the genius of the man’s songwriting ability. Described as “the most Australian writer there has ever been”, this curated collection of some of Don Walker’s greatest hits–and a few lesser known numbers–throws into sharp […]
France has come to Adelaide and it is delectable
Fun adult only experience in visual art creation.
They charmed us, they rocked us and the audience was with them every step of the way
Boobs demands attention and does not disappoint.
Presented by Adelaide Festival Centre Reviewed 19 June 2021 Heralded by Vince Jones’ trumpet, the iconic and richly dark Strange Fruit opens The Art of Protest and lets you know exactly where you’re going across the show’s near two-hour runtime–somewhere where the art of protest is all that matters, emphasis intended. What follows is an […]
There is truly something magical about seeing a composer perform their own works, especially those that they are very proud of.
Brilliant performance, forging ahead regardless.
Sarah McLeod rose to fame for her notable work with the rock band The Superjesus, before taking on a solo career.
The Blind Date Project covers everything from improv to psychotherapy, promising a unique show every night.
Glitter, magic, songs and well crafted stories - Poof! Secrets Of A Magician is a brilliant hour long show from Australia’s own, internationally renowned, James Galea.
This is a show that will have you jumping for joy and it will make your hands hurt from clapping along to a delicious song list that brings the early life of Bette Midler alive
An entertaining trip down memory lane, hosted by larger-than-life personalities Bob Downe and Willsy
As part of this year's Adelaide Cabaret Festival, Johnny Young will be here with a line-up of past performers from Young Talent Time for a 50th Anniversary Reunion Special.
For 12 days and nights, the Adelaide Cabaret Festival will bring the Festival Centre's Theatre to life, under the direction of the festival's first international Artistic Director, Alan Cumming.
Australian-born James Galea has wowed audiences across the globe for the past 20 years with his skillful magic and illusions.