Tag: Adelaide Cabaret Festival

RAW: Cabaret Festival – Tuba Skinny – Banquet Room – 4.5K

Tuba Skinny create music reminiscent of the speakeasies and jazz clubs of 1920s America. Hailing from New Orleans, they are fresh faced but old souled, injecting heart into the music they play. 4.5K

RAW: Cabaret Festival – Simon Burke – Festival Centre Stage – 4K

Burke’s voice is full and rich, showing why he has got to the level he has in musical theatre. His choice of material is a good mixture of fun and sincerity. 4K

RAW: Cabaret Festival – Chita Rivera’s My Broadway

Ms Rivera exudes a vibrancy and happiness while performing which it is absolutely impossible not to enjoy. Dressed simply but elegantly in a flattering red dress with matching, sparkly shoes, Chita lit up the stage as she shimmied, kicked and spun her way through her set. 4K

RAW: Cabaret Festival – Leo Sayer – 4.5K

The little Englishman, now happily resident in Sydney, was in great form on the first of four nights at the Adelaide Cabaret Festival. 4.5K

RAW: Cabaret Festival – Lisa Hunt

You’re not going to get anything new in Lisa Hunt’s show but what you’re going to get is a voice that can bring the house down, and for the majority of the show it sure does.

RAW: Cabaret Festival – Olivia Newton John – 4K

Banner act for the Adelaide Cabaret Festival, Olivia Newton John, produced everything Festival organisers and her fans desired – a packed Festival Theatre audience that was unafraid to give her rousing standing ovations. 4K

RAW: Cabaret Festival – Glenn Shorrock – 4K

Elizabeth boy, Glenn Shorrock returned to his home town giving him and his audience an enjoyable trip down memory lane. 4K

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 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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