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Cabaret

RAW: Cabaret Festival – Variety Gala Performance – 5K

The piece de resistance was watching the most successful Australian singer of all time, Olivia Newton John, take to the stage to close the night, performing “Xanadou” and wowing the crowds. 5K

RAW: Cabaret Festival Preview – 10-25 June – Festival Centre

Once the rush of Mad March is over, it is easy to forget that there is anything else going on in Adelaide until, well… the following March. That, of course, is not the case, with the Adelaide Cabaret Festival 2011 kicking off in grand showbiz style on 10 June 2011.

RAW: Cabaret Fringe – Schmoo in Odyssey Schmodyssey – Tuxedo Cat – 3.5K

Hew Parham creates a character that is emotionally generous and sincere. At the same time, the show is also very silly and absurd, making Schmoo a good mixture of comedy and tragedy. 3.5K

RAW: Cabaret Fringe Festival Gala – The Promethean – 1 June

The Cabaret Fringe Festival – the lesser known cousin of the international Cabaret Festival – high-kicked off to a grand start at The Prom on 1 June 2011. One of my favourite venues in Adelaide, the intimate Prom accommodated both distinguished guests and keen punters for a high energy display of the best of the June fest.

RAW: Elevate – Higher Ground – Cab Fringe Preview

Last night’s vignettes of what patrons can expect at this year’s Cabaret Fringe Festival augur well for a strong season when it kicks off on Wednesday with its Royal Gala at the Promethean.

RAW: World War Bob – Her Majesty’s to April 30 – 4K

Whether as a source of reminiscence, an enjoyable way to learn about history or simply as something a bit different to do, this is a top show and a fun evening out. 4K

RAW: Cabaret Festival Launch – Festival Theatre – 2 April 2011

By Julia Loipersberger A gala night of nights, the Festival Theatre packed in almost 2,000 eager Adelaideans desperate to find out which acts would be showcasing their talent at the 2011 Adelaide Cabaret Festival, kicking off in June. MC’d ably (but somewhat superfluously) by the enthusiastic Amanda Blair, the evening kicked off with various speeches …

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