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2019 Adelaide Cabaret Festival

Cabaret Festival

Cabaret review: RocKwiz Salutes Rock Musicals

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.

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Six Adelaide Cabaret Festival highlights from Julia Zemiro

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.

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Fat Musicals is bigger than Broadway

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’.

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2019 Adelaide Cabaret Festival opening night

Led by artistic director Julia Zemiro, a varied line-up of cabaret stars entertained guests at Friday night’s Adelaide Cabaret Festival opening show The House is Live at Thebarton Theatre.

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A sparkling old new venue for Adelaide Cabaret Festival

One of the last remaining antique Belgium mirror tents will come to life for Julia Zemiro’s inaugural Adelaide Cabaret Festival, hosting an eclectic line-up of live performances and a late-night club on weekends.

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