As wild and eclectic as the original album, Liner Notes Live: The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars is a fabulous chocolate-box of Bowie-inspired performances.
Australian musician Roscoe James Irwin re-creates the music of American jazz trumpeter and singer Chet Baker in this fittingly soulful tribute.
Could there be a more consummate or captivating cabaret performance than Paul Capsis – dressed in leather, fur and full make-up – singing ‘Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)’ in the Famous Spiegeltent?
Hot on the heels of their successful gin-fuelled show Mother’s Ruin, cabaret duo Maeve Marsden and Libby Wood are back in Adelaide with a new tongue-in-cheek body of work that promises to be ‘bigger than Broadway’.
Broadway Bound (but not gagged) sees Sydney-born performer Kaye Tuckerman tell the tale of her dogged pursuit of the Broadway dream in a performance featuring songs ranging from musical classics to an ABBA medley.
South Australia has scored 25 nominations in the 2019 Helpmann Awards, including six for the Adelaide Festival centrepiece The Magic Flute and three for shows presented by the Adelaide Cabaret Festival.
UK company Flabbergast Theatre invites audience members to lose themselves in a delightfully sinful world filled with thieves, lovers and vagrants in the Australian premiere of The Swell Mob.
Taxithi vividly employs story and song to convey the complexities of displacement from a home country – in this case, Greece during the 1950s and ‘60s – with politics, family tensions, hardship, hope, pride and grief all powerfully represented.
Pub Choir has been dubbed one of the hottest tickets in town – it’s so hot that a recent 1500-seat interstate show sold out in just four minutes. Now the phenomenon is coming to the Famous Spiegeltent at Adelaide Cabaret Festival.
Infectious grooves, frenetic tap dancing and witty Brooklyn banter make a night with The Hot Sardines more like a party than a show.
Adelaide Cabaret Festival artistic director Julia Zemiro nominates six highlights – from classic cabaret acts to the unexpected – amid an eclectic line-up of festival performances featuring more than 380 artists over 16 days.