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Two singer-songwriters recreate their EP and a lot more in an intimate and uncluttered cabaret performance.
This splendid tribute to Stephen Sondheim not only exuberantly showcases the best of his songs, but affectionately recalls his close links with Australian music theatre.
Dynamic performer Meow Meow combines humour and terrific singing in a much-fêted show that is, not surprisingly, a highlight of the Adelaide Cabaret Festival.
Treasured musical veteran Marcia Hines offers her own version of gospel – and it’s a sweet, gentle balm.
Home-grown talent Paul McDermott returns to Adelaide as ringmaster to a crew of “minstrels and misfits” in this melange of comedy and music in The Famous Spiegeltent.
Sequins shine and feathers flutter at Cirque Bon Bon, a sweet Cabaret Festival treat featuring an athletic cast of performers who mystify with their trickery.
In response to Adelaide Cabaret Festival artistic director Tina Arena’s affirmation that ‘cabaret is escapism of the most fabulous kind’, welcome to The Piña Colada Room and the escapism that is disco: glitter, glamour, excess and beat.
A trio of popular Adelaide cabaret artists deliver snappy performances and a slice of music history in this celebration of ‘the women who defined rock ’n’ roll’.
COVID and a flight cancellation have disrupted the Adelaide Cabaret Festival opening weekend, with one major show now off the program.
The story of a little-known yet influential and intriguing Australian artist who kept company with the likes of Tennessee Williams, Mick Jagger, Patti Smith and Salvador Dali is being resurrected in a new show by local creative Victoria Falconer.
Author Kathy Lette believes her mischievous material is perfectly suited to cabaret, and she’s thrilled the cabaret-opera adaptation of How to Kill Your Husband (and other handy household hints) is being brought back to the stage in Adelaide.
The stage is set for a sparkling Adelaide Cabaret Festival after this year’s Variety Gala showcase.
It’s time to break out the sparkles and sequins and start planning for this year’s Adelaide Cabaret Festival as artistic director Tina Arena unveils her program.
The Adelaide Cabaret Festival has revealed a taste of next year’s line-up, including a Variety Gala that will be held in March – ahead of the full winter festival – and an intimate evening of song and storytelling headlined by new artistic director Tina Arena.
Australian singer-songwriter Tina Arena has been named as artistic director of the 2022 Adelaide Cabaret Festival as the curtain falls on what organisers have declared one of the most successful years in the festival’s history.
The very welcome return to the cabaret stage of the long-running TV music quiz show RocKwiz demonstrated with great fun why Australia adores Eurovision – and why Julia Zemiro is at the heart of the love affair.
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.
Adelaide musician Max Savage is back at this year’s Cabaret Festival with an emotionally raw and moody performance that defies simple storytelling – and maybe even the story.
The 50th anniversary reunion of Young Talent Time (YTT) was a brilliant night of music and nostalgia that also excavated deep emotions.
Peek into the mind of Tony-nominated songwriter and performer Eddie Perfect as he reflects on the ups and downs of life in the charming Introspective.