Mata Hari was a beloved burlesque dancer from the Netherlands who became a German spy, seduced her way to the highest echelons of power and was violently executed by firing squad.
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.
Over two smouldering evenings, the Australian Burlesque Festival sashayed into Adelaide; a sumptuous and sultry array of local and international performers.
Exposing Edith concentrates on Piaf’s life from age twenty onwards, delivering the feistiness, gentleness and cheeky humour of fiery diva Edith Piaf.
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.
Adelaide’s own Queen of Contortion showcases a lifetime of showbiz and anecdotes and proves to be an entertaining experience. The twist is that she's almost 69.
It is heartening to see that the next generation of Barbershop Quartets have a very firm hand on the reins. These boys have a charm and cheekiness about them, and know how to use to it their best advantage.
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.
Sore ribs from laughing was a small price to pay for such a marvellous evening. This was a rare treat to see not just one, but two terrific performances by a great master and the generation that is following him.
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.
Award winning South African flautist, Wouter Kellerman, presented a superb concert to launch his latest CD, Two Voices. Get a copy of the Two Voices CD and his first CD, Colour, as well.
A cast of seven young Africans present an amateur variety hour showcasing primarily western entertainment for an anglo audience. It's a short night of good chuckles, despite distorted sound and a clear need for a director to tighten things up.
For lovers of Afrobeat, there’s no going past local African artist Professor Dada Nii and his wonderful band, fusing West African drumming and songs with jazz.