Roll up for a taste of what’s in store at next year’s Adelaide Cabaret Festival – including a local version of New York bar Club Cumming and an immersive experience that will see the Space Theatre transformed into a kind of Bohemian French hotel.
Adelaide Cabaret Festival artistic director Alan Cumming will let loose his ‘puckish, eclectic spirit and joie de vivre’ in his new show, an evening of story and song set to premiere as part of the 2021 program.
Adelaide Cabaret Festival has almost sold out its early allocation of tickets for two 2021 headline shows within days of them going on sale, prompting the introduction of waitlists in the hope that more seats can be added if COVID restrictions ease.
Scottish actor and cabaret star Alan Cumming has been announced as the first-ever international artistic director of the Adelaide Cabaret Festival – and he promises a 2021 line-up that will be ‘provocative in all senses of the word’.
David Campbell pushed the boundaries of cabaret when he was artistic director of the Adelaide Cabaret Festival. Now, the newly crowned 2020 Cabaret Icon says the artform has shown it can also thrive online.
Isolation, bossa nova music and rom-coms from the ’80s and ’90s have influenced the new songs musician Max Savage will showcase during the ‘bite-sized and home-delivered’ Adelaide Cabaret Festival that launches online tonight.
Almost 30 artists including Ali McGregor, Kate Ceberano, Robyn Archer and David Campbell will feature in a bite-sized and digital version of the Adelaide Cabaret Festival that celebrates the spirit of the winter event in its 20th anniversary year.
The coronavirus crisis has forced the cancellation of this year’s Adelaide Cabaret Festival, which was preparing to celebrate its 20th anniversary with the final program curated by artistic director Julia Zemiro.
Musicians including Thelma Plum and Baker Boy will perform at a Deadly Hearts celebration of Indigenous music at this year’s Adelaide Cabaret Festival.
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.
The Adelaide Cabaret Festival has announced a selection of early-release shows from its 2020 line-up, from a RocKwiz New York tribute to a four-day French Soiree.
According to her RocKwiz sidekick Brian Nankervis, when Julia Zemiro accepted the gig as artistic director of Adelaide’s Cabaret Festival she said something to the effect of “Okay, but we’re bringing RocKwiz.” Easy to say that’s what being the boss means – do whatever the hell you want – but in this case, it just made perfect sense.