With International Boarders still closed, RocKwiz Salutes Eurovision brought a much needed spark of colour, glitz, and humour to Adelaide.
International superstar Hans is touring the country with his new show, an interactive singalong screening of The Sound of Music.
Fringe-goers can celebrate the final days of this year’s festival in style thanks to the galaxy of Fringe stars heading to THE QUEENS for its closing weekend.
It wouldn’t be an Adelaide Cabaret Festival without our favourite fabulously faux German, Hans, and he’s ready to keep your night of cabaret fun going in the entertaining variety show 11 O’Clock Hour with Haus of Hans.
Anyone growing up in the late 90’s would be all too familiar with the music of the Spice Girls, the fun pop group from the UK who spawned several hits around the globe! Anyone coming to see Spice Rack strictly for a tribute show of the girls were definitely not getting just that. This was a tribute show with a twist, and more of a variety hour of skits and musical mash-ups.
Even notoriously harsh talent judge, Simon Cowell, declared that he loves Hans.
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.
For over a decade, German entertainer Hans has ruled the Adelaide roost. Frequently covered in feathers and sequins, he has ensured this fair city has shaken off its lethargic conservatism. With accordion in hand, Hans knows how to use his fingers to good effect.
They say ‘life begins at 40’. If you’re eternally youthful entertainer Bob Downe, that number doesn’t exist – hence the title of his latest show. Australia’s own ‘Prince of Polyester’ has entertained audiences for over 30 years wearing a litany of sparkling sequins and safari suits.
Hans (Matt Gilbertson), Bob Downe (Mark Trevorrow), and Willsy (Anne Wills) have come together to present a camp cabaret comedy in their show Triple Treat.
Ever wanted to experience Eurovision, but just can’t afford the pricey ticket and expensive flights? Well… Eurowision is for you
Hans is bawdy, rambunctious, inventive, immensely intuitive, and highly entertaining. He has a clear grasp of the function of cabaret
Presented by Hans Reviewed 16 February 2016 Like Las Vegas, Hans needs no introduction. The multi-faceted German entertainer who is a dab hand with the accordion has wowed national audiences for years. His latest show promises to conjure the best sides of Las Vegas. Eagerly zooming down its glittering passage, the ads for Viva Hans […]
When the publicity notes says he wears ‘more eyeliner than Cleopatra and creates more drama than the Real Housewives’, then you’d better believe it!
Hans is a cultural phenomenon. For more than a decade he has been making a name for himself as a faux-German host, guest, and solo artist around Adelaide.
An energetic show is awaiting as Matt Gilbertson’s German alter ego, Hans, breaks out on stage to celebrate his tenth birthday.
Cabaret season is in full swing with the annual Variety Gala launching the 13th annual Adelaide Cabaret Festival.
The comedy debate is a highlight of the annual Feast calendar and under the comical, albeit loose control of comedienne Lori Bell, this year was no exception.
Hit the d-floor inside Gluttony every Thursday, Friday and Saturday night of the Fringe. The multi-venue destination has popped up in Rymill Park for the 2012 festival.
Some of the biggest names in showbiz - or at least their look-a-likes - will sing in the New Year at one of Adelaide’s largest free public events at the Adelaide Casino.