This accomplished set may be mostly Marlene Dietrich – with mash-ups of Kylie and Madonna – but it is all Kim David Smith at his mercurial best.
The opening night Variety Gala is a good chance to scratch and sniff the Adelaide Cabaret Festival program. Raucously hosted by Hans, Adelaide’s own wunderkind, this year’s event was more off the leash than usual.
Overflowing with wit and mercurial polemic, Watchlist at The Bakehouse is an ambitious comedy with a sharp message.
In 90 engaging minutes, writer and performer Jonathan Biggins’ Gospel brings us not just a fascinating study of Paul Keating, but an account of a transformative time in Australian political history.
Independent Theatre returns with an energetic revival of a comic farce with a heart of kindness – as three wily convicts become Christmas angels for a family facing financial ruin.
Slingsby takes Martin McKenna’s memoir The Boy Who Talked to Dogs back to County Limerick where it began, with a show featuring an Irish pub band, shadow dog puppets and a brilliant performance by Irish actor Bryan Burroughs.