Tag: Adelaide Cabaret Festival

CABARET FESTIVAL – JASON KRAVITS – OFF THE TOP! – 4K

Witty, clever and a master of silliness Kravits displays a formidable talent for infectious comic improv cabaret. As we arrived at our Banquet Room tables pen and paper were awaiting our suggestions : words to live by, a place, a thing, an adjective, a short phrase, our last text sent or received. Kravits, transformed into …

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ADELAIDE CABARET FESTIVAL 2018 – NOSFERATUTU – 5K

by Riccardo Barone Una furtiva lagrima of blood, pizza, spaghetti and buongiorno. The audience found hard to leave the Banquet room still absorbed by the endless, emotional, energetic, hectic flow. Tears are mixing up with laughts; the existential Shakespearean (in)human condition of Nosferatu is touching everyone’s heart, feeling heaps of pity for his traumatic childhood, …

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CABARET FESTIVAL – WINE BLUFFS – Damien Callinan & Paul Calleja – 4.K

Wine Bluffs is one enormous piss-take where the audience are invited to participate…

CABARET FESTIVAL – LAWRENCE LEUNG – VERY STRANGE THINGS

4.5K Lawrence Leung tells us that there are two kinds of people – the puzzle solvers, and the lovers of puzzles. In ‘Very Strange Things’ he caters to both types, and to those who sit somewhere between the two extremes. After delivering a brief history of the debunking of various psychics and mediums, and details …

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CABARET FESTIVAL 2018 – Carla Lippis: Cast a Dark Shadow – 5K, Adelaide Festival Centre

Chanteuse Carla Lippis, supported by her talented band, rips through a range of rock and roll classics, original tunes, and cabaret classics in an excellent hour of entertainment that does the Adelaide Cabaret Festival proud. Chic in black outfits, her trademark bob, and blood-red lipstick, Lippis is instantly iconic as she works her way through …

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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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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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Adelaide Cabaret Festival – The Composer is Dead – 4K

By Amy Nancarrow. Frank Woodley returns to Adelaide in all his slapstick comedy glory in The Composer is Dead. Teaming up with the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, “Inspector” Woodley works his way through the various sections of the band, trying to figure out who murdered the composer of the orchestra’s waltz. He investigate the strings, brass, woodwinds …

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CABARET FESTIVAL: My Vagabond Boat – Banquet Room – 3.5K

Three highly talented Australian cabaret artists, Rowan Witt, Gillian Cosgriff and Nigel Ubrihien, have come together with fellow writer Stephen Anderson, under the direction of Andrew Ross, to bring the world premiere of My Vagabond Boat, to Adelaide audiences, this Cabaret Festival. Opening with a delightful mash-up of songs relating to “rocking”, the scene is …

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ADELAIDE CABARET FESTIVAL 2013 – Idina Menzel – 5K

The powerful vocal performance displayed by Menzel emphasized her professionalism in being a renowned musical theatre actress throughout the years. 5K