Tennessee William’s classic play Cat On A Hot Tin Roof, deals with the recurring themes of mendacity and death.
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Tom Burlinson presents a class act with his Cabaret Festival show ‘Sinatra At The Sands’
Former Cabaret Festival director Kate Ceberano and former Adelaide Festival director, Paul Grabowsky are old colleagues. So it’s good to see them together in a show of love songs.
In ‘Laugh be a Lady’ Debora Krizak champions funny women.
This is not an ordinary Cabaret show nor is it an ordinary romantic tale.
The Birds is a distinctly feminist variety show, which captures a bizarre mix of the more traditional French and German cabarets and contemporary music and dance.
Starman forms a tribute to Bowie’s 1970’s glam-rock era with the likes of Aladdin Sane and Ziggy Stardust brought back to life.
A fascinating evening discovering what new talent is emerging on the Cabaret scene! Five young performers have got together and crafted a very entertaining show.
The Southern Belles present the songs of white, country singers, such as Loretta Lynn, Bobby Gentry and Nancy Sinatra.
This performance was to celebrate the150th anniversary of the Adelaide Town Hall.
Going to see a movie at the Dunstan Playhouse doesn’t seem like the ordinary thing to do, however it was the perfect setting for this showing of Labyrinth.
Emmy Award winning performer, Lance Horne, has worked with some of the biggest names including Liza Minnelli, and Kylie Minogue, not to mention songwriting for Disney.
Miss Lisa Fischer and Grand Baton serve up some smooth sounds this Cabaret Festival.
The ever-funny, ever-popular Sammy J performs some of his greatest laugh-out-loud hits at this year’s Cabaret Festival.
Sinatra recorded over 1000 songs during his long career, some get played a lot more than others, so it is refreshing to hear some of the gems that don’t.
Harry Shearer and Judith Owen are performers who just happen to be married – so what better than to perform together.
The Juliet Letters are brought to life with local talents Michaela Burger, Cameron Goodall, Jude Henshall, and Jamie Jewell.
Set in 1988, Margaret Thatcher: Queen of Soho, a political and satirical cabaret, uses a plot strand of Margaret Thatcher grappling with the issue of Section 28.