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Browsing: Cabaret Fringe
Making a return visit to Adelaide, Jen de Ness plays a bigger stage, with a slightly bigger show.
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.
Miss Jones (Deborah Caddy) relates her life and loves through the songs of Rodgers and Hart.
Phelan Groovy is full of songs and stories revolving around Dirty Dancing star, Kurt Phelan’s life.
This Cabaret Fringe ‘¡Vidorra!, will see artists of Marduk Flamenco will present a dedication to a close friend of the company, recently diagnosed with Leukemia.
2015 was an excellent year for actor Kurt Phelan. After conjuring his inner Patrick Swayze…
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.
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.
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.
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’.
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.
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.
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.
CABARET season is setting in on Adelaide bringing jazz and pizazz back to our lives for a month. And apart from the showstoppers and sequins, cabaret means just one thing: time for an indulgent pre-show tipple at the city’s best cocktail and wine bars.
Le Improv takes a random list of words from the audience and then proceeds to perform a story, for an hour, which uses all of those words in some way.
The Marvellous Miz Demeanours present their own brand of mischievous comedy cabaret, containing wicked harmonies, quirky pop and tongue-in-cheek original songs.
Tracey Korsten speaks to this year’s Adelaide Cabaret Fringe Festival co-director, Eugene Suleau, to find out what goodies are store for us.
After the success of their recent Adelaide Fringe show the incredible dance trio The Silhouettes return to the stage for one fabulous night of entertainment.
Australian iconic group by Denis Surmon joined The Beggars for this tribute to The Seekers, covering many instantly-recognisable songs.