Slingsby Theatre brings a picture book to life through song and animated projection to highlight the natural beauty and raw vigour of diversity.
Wayne Brady is a genuine star of stage and screen: he sings, dances, acts and good-naturedly makes fun of there being nothing to do in Adelaide after 10pm.
In today’s column, Adelaide Cabaret Festival artistic director Ali McGregor opens up a public stoush with local arts critics, and Cory Bernardi looks to build his own high-tech aid to target voters at the next federal election.
This is what happens when you put together a jazz musician, a beatboxer, an acoustic-guitar-playing singer-songwriter and a multi-instrumentalist looping artist.
Big hair, big voice, big audience participation – this hour of Gen X nostalgia creates great entertainment from the most serious and pretentious pop songs of the 1980s.
Tribute show Tom Waits for No Man was 70 minutes of eclectic, classy, cool tunes and vaudeville performance.
Cabaret comedy show The Wine Bluffs is, of course, all about wine and wine ‘wankology’, but it’s also an hilarious homage to South Australia.
Put on your best thespian hat and prepare to lose yourself in a strange and twisted world of murder, mayhem and sex in Butt Kapinski, a show where the audience not only helps create the story but co-stars in the action.
As intriguing as it can be to unravel the unexplained, it’s equally tempting to occasionally allow a little magic into our lives. Lawrence Leung’s Very Strange Things is a show for the mystery lover, the puzzle solver and those who fall somewhere in between.
Cabaret Festival artistic director Ali McGregor predicted The Cat Empire would be “off-the-hook great”, and they did not disappoint – performing an ultra-cool show of pulsing rhythms and smooth beats that got everyone to their feet.
Madeleine Peyroux is gifted with an apparently effortless voice, so often compared to Billie Holiday, with which she can jump with ease from acoustic roots music, to jazz, to quirky originals.
The Modern Maori Quartet’s talented members bring to the Adelaide Cabaret Festival their accomplished musicianship, lyrical harmonies and a uniquely inclusive New Zealand style of humour.
Glorious Misfits started with a high-energy disco hit and kept raising the bar with 90 minutes of talent, laughs and strategically placed tassels.