Hot off the back of last year’s critically acclaimed program, famed Grote Street nightspot La Boheme is proud to present CABfringe for the 2013 Adelaide Fringe. Featuring twenty three acts and more than eighty performances over four weeks, CABfringe is the largest cabaret program at a single venue for the Fringe.
This show is for anyone that enjoys a show that pushes the boundaries, like a little darker tone to their cabaret, and can handle being pulled into the act.
Butterscotch is a must see for anyone who loves a good story, great music, the joy of adventure and the wonder of first experiences.
An Adelaide Cabaret institution, Cabaret Live! is an open mic night for amateur and experienced performers.
If you’ve ever been on a bad date, wondered how to get a date, or simply wanted a fun night out with some hilarious stories and great music, this is the show for you.
In a gold and black lacy party dress, Joanne O’Callaghan sets the mood for the night with Cole Porter’s Anything Goes, and it pretty much does.
As the saying goes, “stalking is just another way of saying I love you”. This show is for anyone who has had a crush, and those who want to learn other methods of stalking.
Whilst the season will be over by the time this is published, Lucy Russell is a name to look out for at future Cabaret Fringe Festivals and around the Cabaret circuit
The Lonely Man is a deeply moving theatrical cabaret piece.
One thing you can always be sure of when Sidonie Henbest, Catherine Campbell, Jamie Jewell, and Hew Parham team up is that you never know what you are going to get.
In addition to the solid cabaret techniques and skills, Siegmann’s versatile, powerhouse voice confirms the belief that this performer is one to watch.
With the cream of Adelaide Cabaret in Catherine Campbell, Sidonie Henbest and Libby O’Donovan, all accompanied by the talented Matthew Carey, this show couldn’t be a better example of great cabaret.