This really is the art class my mother warned me about!
Billie Holiday, near the end of her life, interrupts her show to tell her life story.
This should come with a health warning about aching jaws from laughing and sore hands from applauding.
John Waters gets right to the core of each song and immerses himself in it.
Brigitte Baden-Rennie ran away the night before her wedding. Why?
It is easy to understand why Muriel matters after enjoying Sheila Duncan’s delightful tribute to some of our forgotten history.
Donna McKechnie is a real trouper; even severe arthritis and the doctor’s pronouncement that she would never dance again couldn’t stop her performing.
Our latest Oh Snap! theme is ‘Scale’. Interpret this however you want!
This was a terrific concert, filled to the brim with great music.
Check out all the social photos from the opening night of the Adelaide Cabaret Festival.
This would, without doubt, be the most intellectually stimulating offering in this Cabaret Festival and a thoroughly absorbing and enriching session it proved to be.
Lanie Lane and Betty, her 1957 arch top guitar, presented an hour of blues in a traditional vein.
For this performance Elizabeth Cousemacker turned to the music of three of the great composers, Noël Coward, Kurt Weill and Cole Porter.
This show was marred by a truly dreadful sound mix, making it impossible to fairly judge the performance.
The Variety Gala Performance was sold out even before the programme of events had been printed, and for good reason.
Sidonie Henbest has assembled a collection of songs associated with some of the great female vocalists.
One of the notable points in this performance is the fine harmonisation of their voices.
Samuel Beckett’s two tramps, Estragon and Vladimir, are waiting at the roadside for the elusive Godot, once more.
Another dreary winter’s evening was warmed by a hot jazz performance as Jenna Stamp set The Promethean alight with her music.