Winter Warmers Festival – The Warehouse Theatre

The Warehouse Theatre’s Winter Warmer Festival is the perfect way to stay warm these cold winter weekends

Nestled just off Unley Road is a great little performance space. The Warehouse Theatre is an intimate space with an urban but comfy atmosphere and a well-stocked bar. So far this year, The Warehouse Theatre has hosted twenty five Adelaide Fringe shows, a handful of Cabaret Fringe productions and plenty of other gigs.

Over the next few weekends The Warehouse Theatre is holding a Winter Warmers Festival, showcasing a series of cabaret shows from mostly local artists — the perfect way to stay warm through the rest of August.

Saturday August 12 at 7pm: Glamour & Song by Deborah Caddy
Pat & Olivia: GLAMOUR AND SONG is a celebration of Pat Carroll and Olivia Newton-John.
In the 1960s, music duo Pat Carroll and Olivia Newton-John charmed their way into Australian hearts and lounge rooms before setting off to take London by storm.
The meteoric rise of the late and great Olivia’s career is legendary, but what happened to Pat?
Through the music written and produced by Pat’s husband, John Farrar, Glamour & Song is a joyous celebration of the love and enduring friendship between a pair of jolly dolly birds.
Featuring such favourites as Have You Never Been Mellow?, I Honestly Love You, Physical, and many more, Glamour & Song is a cabaret that explores friendship, the music biz and so many what ifs…

Saturday August 19 at 7pm: Boombox Bootscoot
After her successful ‘My Little Voice’ – A Sara Bareilles Tribute Fringe show, Mikala Lane returns to The Warehouse Theatre with a new show. With 80s bangers mixed with country hits, Boombox Bootscoot brings you big hair, bright colours and boots for scootin’ to hear some familiar hits from the 1980s played with a country music style.

Sunday August 20 at 2pm: A Piano & Me by Emma Knights
Multi-award winning artist, producer and composer, Emma Knights, presents an enjoyable afternoon of winter-warming songs, written by Emma in her storytelling style. This performance combines songs from her back catalogue as well as some new musical treats.

Friday August 25 and Saturday August 26 at 7pm: Have You Met My Grief
Things don’t always go to plan and after an unimaginable loss, author, speaker and presenter Jodie Atkinson found herself with a new companion; Grief. 
Jodie had no idea what to expect from this new companion because we don’t really talk about it. So Jodie wrote a book about it. Adapted from her novel of the same name, Have You Met My Grief explores life: its ups and downs, its light and shade, the heartwarming and the heartbreaking. 
Grief and humour can coexist, there is beauty, connection and love in even the harshest of realities. A compelling mix of storytelling and popular songs from Coldplay, Adele and The Temper Trap that span the life of this Gen X woman, it’s unpredictable, vulnerable and hilarious just like life….. and grief! Enjoy a cocktail, a wine and an evening of great entertainment among friends.

Sunday August 27 at 6pm: Open Mic Night
Express yourself and showcase your talent at our Open Mic Night event! Join us for a night of creativity, inspiration, and fun. 
The Warehouse Theatre welcomes performers of all levels and backgrounds, styles, and provides a welcoming and inclusive environment for everyone to express themselves.

Friday September 1 at 8pm: Rhinestones and Rodeos
Join award-winning rising country music star Kiara Mercer for a captivating and light-hearted show that will have audiences singing to the best country artists like Cash, Combs & Underwood and more. Follow Kiara’s country music journey so far through the eyes of artists that have paved the road in front of her.
Proudly directed & produced by renowned cabaret artist Kim Spargo, this show is part of The Warehouse Theatre’s Emerging Artist Program. With a tight 4-piece band of fellow emerging artists, this show will have you boot scooting in the aisles and clicking your heels all night long.

For further information, visit The Warehouse Theatre’s Facebook page: . Bookings for all Winter Warmer performances can be made here: 

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