Step back to the roaring twenties and enjoy the silliness that sees Ruby, an American heiress, and Hester, an East-End social climber, get together with a piano and a fair amount of booze. The two ladies are accompanied by a pianist who we are led to believe doesn’t speak English, leading to some comic exchanges.
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.
Lets get two things straight, this guy is an expert card player and yes he does show his audience how to cheat at cards, although I am sure it would take a lot of practice to even attempt.
The somewhat sweet, somewhat spicy New South Wales cabaret performer, Irene Nicola, takes on the patriarchy, a*****e politicians, late-stage capitalism and in-equality in this in-your-face performance that has the entire audience cheering.
This show is hard to describe, part history lesson, part blended music and part comedy.
The Bean Counter is literally what the title states; the audience witnesses (and participates in) the comedic events within an international jelly bean counting competition, with our slightly odd ‘official bean counter’.
Befittingly titled 'Publicly Private', Nicole O’Rielley unravels some of the more vulnerable moments of her life by wearing it as a badge of honour.
The beginning of autumn is the perfect excuse to start your online shopping. Finders Keepers new collection, La Boheme, channels everything you would want in this season's wardrobe.
Cabaret performer Ashleigh Kreveld portrays Amy Winehouse in the Fringe production, 'Frankly Winehouse'
Miss Jones (Deborah Caddy) relates her life and loves through the songs of Rodgers and Hart.
Phelan Groovy is full of songs and stories revolving around Dirty Dancing star, Kurt Phelan's life.
2015 was an excellent year for actor Kurt Phelan. After conjuring his inner Patrick Swayze in a national tour of Dirty Dancing he has just completed writing his brand new cabaret, Phelan Groovy – a hilarious, access all areas romp into his mind both on and off stage. The production is part autobiographical, part behind-the-scenes voyeurism and ALL entertainment. […]
Presented by Baileys and Sugar Reviewed 10 March 2016 A bright fun show with some killer harmonies and a touch of comedy thrown in! At the start there are two great singers, Merrilyn Greer and Tahlia Ries, the usual for the Baileys and then they are joined by a third, Leah Gautier, and the Andrews […]
Whatever 'hurry' is in German.... Do that!
We’ve all been at a loss, at some point or other, in the often befuddling world of dating, and turned to the one thing that always has the answers…Google.
Musician and teacher, Charmaine Jones, has gathered up four of her best students to help pay tribute to five unique and influential jazz vocalists.
Claire Healy shares everything from her shopping habits to her ill-fated engagement in original songs laced with whimsy.
The cosy confines of La Boheme's upstairs room are the perfect venue for a show like this. Jen De Ness’s sultry tones make for a pleasant way to spend an hour.