Presented by Adelaide Cabaret Fringe FestivalReviewed 12th June, 2021 Adelaide-based cabaret performer, writer, composer, choir director and all-round nice guy BJ Shaw performed a cabaret focussed on LGBTQIA+ issues associated with a range of their life experiences. Songs and patter covered their 29 years’-worth of experiences from being a Bridgewater baby to the present day. […]
Service with a smile
Culturally and physically revealing
Burlesque is a very demanding art-form and Ms Alexander is right at home showing off her skills
Despite a rocky 2020, Emma is making a strong return to the stage, with two separate shows at the 2021 Cabaret Fringe Festival.
A random bit of fun
This unique and hilarious narration commands your attention throughout
Cleverly funny & provocative
Today, the Adelaide Cabaret Fringe Festival has launched a program for 2021, with all tickets now on sale!
The Adelaide Cabaret Fringe Festival is returning in 2021 — with more sparkle than ever before!
27 Black Dresses, presented by Allegria at The Jade, on the surface seemed to be a choral concert, but this hour-long performance delivered much more than that.
An hour of sour in a comical, musical conference on how to be a petty bitch for beginners, presented by two divas in the know.
Friendly Feminism for the Mild Mannered is the debut original cabaret show by Adelaide-based performer Millicent Sarre.
Shake It offers an hour of entertainment, packed with guest acts from across the burlesque, circus and cabaret communities, both in Adelaide and interstate.
Stewart Reeve is indeed a vocal chameleon, but above all, he is a born entertainer.
Emma Knights, of Emma Knights Productions, is well known across South Australia for producing award-winning productions, musically directing, accompanying or appearing in orchestra pits for numerous local companies.
Adelaide theatrical entrepreneur Emma Knights talks about her company, Emma Knights Productions and future plans.
If 'Old Pros' (in the theatrical sense) Pat Wilson and Adrian Barnes invite you to Grow Old Disgracefully with them, throw away your walking frame and do it! They are not just delightfully disgraceful but witty, charming, talented and very entertaining.
If you’ve had the pleasure to see the Bailey Dolls, you have probably seen these guys. Often known as The Bailey Beaus in their alter egos of Frank Hartley and Chip Dalton, and this time accompanied by Alby Green,
La Virtuosissima Cantatrice takes you on a journey through the Baroque period of music from Venice 400 years ago, and the brave women who dared to follow their passion of singing and composing music.