Category Archive: Cabaret


Feb 20


by Riccardo Barone  “Who knows what they do with these cucumbers wrapped into plastic before they sell to us.” Sold out, and the the public really couldn’t stop laughing. It is not at all a show particularly for old people. Everyone is captured by the flowing and looking forward to the next story. Stories of …

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Feb 17

FRINGE CABARET – Triskster – La Boheme – 4K


It’s all deliciously camp, catastrophic and calculating and sure to delight after a night out. 4K

Aug 13

GUITAR FESTIVAL – Lord Byron’s Don Juan – Tama Matheson and Karin Schaupp – 4.5K

Matheson’s Lord Byron’s Don Juan is a gem, a quinella of consummate writing and delivery, a gripping tale of a free spirit accompanied by rhythms of love, passion and struggle. 4.5K

Aug 12

THEATRE – 42nd Street – Scotch College

The students and staff at Scotch College have ambitiously taken on 42nd Street and deliver a fine evening of singing and dancing, with the tap sequences perhaps the highlight.

Jun 27


Great fun amidst the foul language, Alana is a force of nature and a certain joy that seems undiminished by her rare display of on-stage modesty. 4K

Jun 24


But while the struggle for his audience was not as great as Kruck portrayed for himself on stage, 60 minutes proved as much as one would want. 3K

Jun 22

CABARET FRINGE PREVIEW – ¡VIDORRA! – Fri 24th & Sat 25th – Nexus

From the joy of an Alegria to the despair of the Solea, the dancers and musicians highlight Flamenco’s ability to express the variety of emotions in life. Proceeds to the Leukaemia Foundation

Jun 20

CABARET FESTIVAL – Love and Death by Toby Francis – 3.5K

For fans of Bat out of Hell, the writer, and Mr Loaf, Love and Death is an enjoyable trip down memory lane. 3.5K

Jun 19

Cabaret Festival – Sammy J: The Sammy J Songbook – 4K

By Olivia Henry   You might recognise Sammy J from his shows with Randy the purple puppet, the Adelaide Fringe, or ABC’s Playground Politics. Well, he’s back in Adelaide for the Cabaret Festival with The Sammy J Songbook.   Armed with a piano and a juice box, Sammy J takes the audience on a musical …

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Jun 17

CABARET FESTIVAL – Emma Pask: A Latin Fiesta – 4.5K

Olivia Henry   The award-winning Emma Pask is an Australian vocalist with a new album heavily influenced by Latin Jazz. With an impressive resume (having performed with big names such as James Morrison and George Benson), Pask is the real deal when it comes to nailing that Latin feel. Pask and her band produce music …

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