Bright colours, flashing lights, flying balloons, bouncing cheerleading pom-poms, large soft toys, outrageous makeup and more! Totes Adorbs ❤ Hurricane is a vibrant, in-your-face theatrical experience that brings the zaniness of Japan to the very lap of Adelaide audiences, but be prepared – you will get wet!
A significant time in Malaysia’s history is captured through the unique storytelling composition of Baling, unravelling the events of the 1955 ‘Baling Talks’ for the waiting audience.
Burlesque By Force received its world premiere at the Nexus Art Space as part of the 2017 Feast Festival. The show is a tale of sexual assault, abuse, and the lingering impact that can be left on a victim.
Get ready to see your favourite super-heroes and super-villains at their most seductive as they let their wild sides loose and give you a show you won’t soon forget.
Let Deco Dolls transport you back to the glitz, glamour and sensual seduction of the 1920s and 30s burlesque.
Michael Griffiths has just turned 40 and he still doesn’t know what he wants to be when he grows up, so he takes us on a journey down memory lane...
London cabaret star Spanky's alter-ego is the immortal demi-goddess and “Mr Sister” Candice McQueen, who must journey to the underworld to save River Phoenix and herself.
Before the official Program Launch, Matthew Mitcham and Catherine Fitzgerald announced the 2014 Feast Festival program.
Nobody does bizarre quite like the Japanese, and Hitoshi Matsumoto’s latest offering is right up there in the realm of cult classics. From the opening ‘disclaimer’ right until the final post credit scene, R100 is a laugh a minute story of a furniture salesman, Takafumi Katayama, who joins an exclusive S & M club for a year of dominatrix attention which is delivered at random times and places. The catch is, he can’t quit and has to stay the full year. Sounds easy, right?
A quirky comedy/drama about a water-locked village of Bangladesh where still & moving images are banned until a villager revolts and buys their first TV set.
In the heart of the West Bank, a Palestinian freedom fighter is in love with an Israeli girl but the death of an Israeli soldier sets off a chain of tragic events.
Over two smouldering evenings, the Australian Burlesque Festival sashayed into Adelaide; a sumptuous and sultry array of local and international performers.
A touching collection of songs about life in Sudan, childhood & war. It champions women’s rights & advocates non-violent solutions to the problems of the world.
The men are buff, lean, Caucasian and hairless, and there's enough pelvic thrusts and flexing biceps to raise the pitch of screaming women higher than the roof.
Presented by the Feast Festival Reviewed 21 November 2013 Three former twinks, Nath Valvo, Brendan Maclean and Thomas Jaspers, take to the stage, each with their unique comedy styles to present a loosely scripted show that centres on one thing they have in common: they are now called twunks. The ensemble of cast members leads […]
Lori Bell presented her annual spontaneous late show at the Feast Festival with the assistance of comedian friend Geraldine Hickey.
An energetic show is awaiting as Matt Gilbertson’s German alter ego, Hans, breaks out on stage to celebrate his tenth birthday.
If you missed this superb concert, don’t panic, as Wouter Kellerman has plans to visit again. In the meantime, you can buy his CDs from his website.
This is an inventive work that tackles some interesting issues in a novel way. It only has a short run so do hurry to get a ticket.
In a tongue-in-cheek reference to the David Attenborough style of documentary, MYTH explores the many representations of the female ‘species’ and how women are often portrayed in ‘perfect’ and unattainable ways.