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2015 OzAsia Festival Presents Contemporary Asia In An Explosion Of Colour And Culture

2015 OzAsia Festival Presents Contemporary Asia In An Explosion Of Colour And Culture

Adelaide Festival Centre today revealed the new contemporary programming for this year’s OzAsia Festival which runs from 24 September – 4 October.

Cabaret Fringe Review: Hans’ Haus Party

Cabaret Fringe Review: Hans’ Haus Party

Hans is a cultural phenomenon. For more than a decade he has been making a name for himself as a faux-German host, guest, and solo artist around Adelaide.

Cabaret Fringe Review: Jen De Ness – See Things Like You

Cabaret Fringe Review: Jen De Ness – See Things Like You

The cosy confines of La Boheme’s upstairs room are the perfect venue for a show like this. Jen De Ness’s sultry tones make for a pleasant way to spend an hour.

Cabaret Fringe Review: To Diva or Not To Diva

Cabaret Fringe Review: To Diva or Not To Diva

To find out what sort of Diva she is, Tahlia Ries takes to the stage in To Diva or Not To Diva and takes us through various styles, from Broadway to Opera.

Interview: Jen De Ness

Interview: Jen De Ness

With 20 years experience as a performer, Jen is happy to be back in Adelaide, where she is about to perform her Cabaret Fringe show ‘See Things Like You’.

Cabaret Festival Review: Eddie Perfect – Songs from the Middle

Cabaret Festival Review: Eddie Perfect – Songs from the Middle

Billed as a song cycle of heart-breaking and hilarious songs, this show more closely resembles a nostalgic, charming walk down memory lane for Eddie Perfect.

Cabaret Festival Review: Reviewing the Situation

Cabaret Festival Review: Reviewing the Situation

Phil Scott is a showbiz survivor. His forte for musical comedy is used well with his tribute to British song-writer Lionel Bart.

Barry Humphries Ends Record Adelaide Cabaret Festival By Handing Over Role

Barry Humphries Ends Record Adelaide Cabaret Festival By Handing Over Role

After a record Adelaide Cabaret Festival, Barry Humphries has announced that he will be passing on his role to two new artistic directors and bidding Adelaide a fond farewell.

Adelaide Festival Visitors A Boost For The State

Adelaide Festival Visitors A Boost For The State

Figures have been released showing that the Adelaide Festival has continued to boost our state’s economy.

Cabaret Fringe Review: Route 66

Cabaret Fringe Review: Route 66

Route 66 is as much an icon of American music as The Crossroads. It seems a little odd then, that this show should include music from The Beatles.

Cabaret Festival Review: The Glenn Miller Orchestra

Cabaret Festival Review: The Glenn Miller Orchestra

There is only one word to describe the Glenn Miller Orchestra – class, they are all class.

Cabaret Festival Review: Trevor Ashley: I’m Every Woman

Cabaret Festival Review: Trevor Ashley: I’m Every Woman

Sporting glitzy gowns and an array of wigs, female impersonator Trevor Ashley proves that he is indeed just about every woman.

Cabaret Festival Review: Ray Jessel – Naughty and Nice

Cabaret Festival Review: Ray Jessel – Naughty and Nice

85 year old Ray Jessel’s show Naughty or Nice is just that, some naughty little ditties mixed with some very nice heartfelt ballads.

Cabaret Festival Review: Amelia Ryan Is Lady Liberty

Cabaret Festival Review: Amelia Ryan Is Lady Liberty

Amelia Ryan Is Lady Liberty is, in a way, a follow on and sequel to Ryan’s hit show, A Storm In A D-Cup: but like Ryan herself, it stands alone!

Adelaide Fringe Generates Astounding $68.8 Million For SA’s Economy

Adelaide Fringe Generates Astounding $68.8 Million For SA’s Economy

Adelaide Fringe has delivered a staggering $68.8 million of associated expenditure to the South Australian economy this year.

Cabaret Festival Review: Jobim

Cabaret Festival Review: Jobim

Antonio Jobim is one of the founders of the bossa nova sound and most known for the seminal number Girl from Ipanema. He is the perfect subject for a cabaret tribute.

Cabaret Festival Review: Exposing Edith

Cabaret Festival Review: Exposing Edith

As a tribute to Edith Piaf’s centenary, Michaela Burger, along with director Shona Benson, and guitarist/singer, Greg Wain, celebrate the famed French singer.

Cabaret Fringe Review: Food Court Cabaret

Cabaret Fringe Review: Food Court Cabaret

Food Court Cabaret celebrates the unique glitz and glamour of food courts, whether they be in Chinatown, or in a hipster paradise of macrobiotic quinoa dishes.

Cabaret Festival Review: Looking for Lawson

Cabaret Festival Review: Looking for Lawson

Henry Lawson was a prolific writer, writing mostly poems and short stories and is revered as one of Australia’s great poets. John Thorn has put some of these to music.

Cabaret Fringe Review: Jacqui Yeo & The Silhouettes present “Cabaret”

Cabaret Fringe Review: Jacqui Yeo & The Silhouettes present “Cabaret”

Jacqui Yeo & The Silhouettes enlivened The Arkaba with their selection of “Cabaret” classics new and old. It was a local affair, with these Adelaide girls.

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