Amelia Ryan Is Lady Liberty is, in a way, a follow on and sequel to Ryan’s hit show, A Storm In A D-Cup: but like Ryan herself, it stands alone!
"The Front" is a new Australian musical following the people and events surrounding the bloodiest battle in ANZAC history - Fromelle.
A cabaret show in a library? For one night only, the Mt Barker Community Library was transformed into a nightclub for the arrival of cabaret star Georgia Darcy.
A comical look at how people, especially females, are betrayed, lied to & given a false sense of security as a child; and how it doesn’t improve as we get older!
If you are looking for a cabaret act full of spectacularly talented cast-members, cheeky nipple tassles, unexpected laughs and excellent music, all in a wonderfully intimate setting, you will not go wrong booking tickets to the Saturday Night Soirée.
Bree Downs-Woolley catches up with the creative minds behind Saturday Night Soirée, touted as “cabaret like you’ve never seen before.”
Mix a sultry songstress with a charismatic circus performer, a bejewelled Burlesque beauty and a pianist with panache and you get Saturday Night Soirée, a heady cabaret cocktail of music, burlesque, comedy, passion and pathos.
This 19 year old pocket rocket is a diminutive diva who uses what little life experience she's had so far to create a refreshing theme that's far from the usual.
Carla Conlin reveals the pitfalls of having two diverse careers, and the dangers of being at one job and slipping up, letting something from the other job intrude momentarily, with embarrassing but hilarious consequences.
Presented by Matthew Carey and Catherine Campbell Reviewed Saturday 12th January 2013 The Australian Cabaret Summer School, which is now in its third successful year, culminated in a night of performances by the participants. Run by Matthew Carey and Catherine Campbell, the week long intensive course is taught by them and a few special guests, […]
The performances were well thought out and very polished, looking more like the result of a lengthy rehearsal time, rather than just a few days.
Carla Conlin promotes herself as an “actress, model, burlesque dancer and cabaret performer”, successfully proving all claims in her one woman comedy show.
Every song is pitch-perfect while Michelle Nightingale's accompanist, Matthew Carey, does not miss a beat.
Once again, the standards of the performances were very high. This was a good chance to see some of the future performers on the Australian and, perhaps, world cabaret scene.
Based around the story of Cole Porter and his relationship with his wife, Linda Lee, this is an evening filled with his music.
With the question asked, “Are you where you expected your life to be?” Jenny Wynter launches into her first number which summarises what the next hour will cover; that life is an unexpected variety show.
With the cream of Adelaide Cabaret in Catherine Campbell, Sidonie Henbest and Libby O’Donovan, all accompanied by the talented Matthew Carey, this show couldn’t be a better example of great cabaret.
Two terrific sets of performances, together presenting fifteen wonderful cabaret performers, marked the end of an intense week of tuition and masterclasses.
This was another big hit for Robyn Archer and her cohorts, with a very satisfied audience milling around talking about it enthusiastically in the foyer after.
Pairing two celebrated performers would seem a dream come true, particularly when the duo have previously joined forces with the successful Last of the Red Hot Mamas and Lady Sings the Blues.