Category archives for: Arts Festivals

Feast Festival Review: Michael Griffiths – Adolescent

Feast Festival Review: Michael Griffiths – Adolescent

Michael Griffiths has just turned 40 and he still doesn’t know what he wants to be when he grows up, so he takes us on a journey down memory lane…

Feast Festival Review: Candice McQueen: Nasty

Feast Festival Review: Candice McQueen: Nasty

London cabaret star Spanky’s alter-ego is the immortal demi-goddess and “Mr Sister” Candice McQueen, who must journey to the underworld to save River Phoenix and herself.

Feast Festival Review: Matthew Mitcham Twists and Turns

Feast Festival Review: Matthew Mitcham Twists and Turns

Matthew Mitcham’s autobiographical cabaret takes us through his upbringing to his victory at the Beijing Olympics.

Feast Festival Review: Georgia with a G

Feast Festival Review: Georgia with a G

A cabaret show in a library? For one night only, the Mt Barker Community Library was transformed into a nightclub for the arrival of cabaret star Georgia Darcy.

Feast Festival Review: Ray Chen with Timothy Young

Feast Festival Review: Ray Chen with Timothy Young

Presenting like the lead in a movie, the Armani clad, uber-cool violin virtuoso presented a program of pure delight with handsome pianist Timothy Young.

Feast Festival Review: Carlotta: Live and Intimate

Feast Festival Review: Carlotta: Live and Intimate

For more than 30 years, Carlotta has been a trailblazer in Australian entertainment, from her days headlining Les Girls to being the inspiration for the hit film Priscilla…

Feast Festival Review: Comedy Gayla

Feast Festival Review: Comedy Gayla

For one night only, the annual Feast Festival Comedy Gayla showcased highlights from the queer community’s stand-up comedy talent, hosted by Lori Bell with requisite heckling by drag queen Malt Biscuit.

Feast Festival Review: My Life in the Nude

Feast Festival Review: My Life in the Nude

Part burlesque, part cabaret & part art, exploring the naked form, self-acceptance and why many nude artists decide take their clothes off in the first place.

Feast Festival Review: Horse

Feast Festival Review: Horse

Horse is a vocal sensation that likens herself to a modern day torch song singer and this is a fairly accurate self-evaluation, performing for one night only.

OzAsia Festival A Finalist In The Australian-China Council Achievement Awards

OzAsia Festival A Finalist In The Australian-China Council Achievement Awards

Adelaide Festival Centre’s OzAsia Festival was recently recognised as a finalist in the arts category of The Australia-China Achievement Awards.

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