The full program of the 2014 Adelaide Fringe was launched amongst an array of colourful fete stalls featuring fabulous Fringe artists. New Fringe Ambassador Katie Noonan kicked off the ‘Fringe Fete’ with a beautiful song from the balcony of the Fringe’s Headquarters in Norwood.
Mix a sultry songstress with a charismatic circus performer, a bejewelled Burlesque beauty and a pianist with panache and you get Saturday Night Soirée, a heady cabaret cocktail of music, burlesque, comedy, passion and pathos.
The Cabaret Fringe Festival presents another comical night out for those who can handle swearing and receiving love advice in their fortune cookies.
Raise a glass for Annie Siegmann because her show Girl on the Drink: From Gutter to Glamour in Satire and Song is one of the most entertaining shows in this year’s Cabaret Fringe.
Presented by Alison Kimber Reviewed Thursday 20th June 2013 Everyone has that guilty pleasure song they’ll blast in the car, but cut the volume when they stop at the lights … for fear of society uncovering their secret shame. Whether it be ABBA, The Seekers, or perhaps you’re a closeted “Belieber”. With her debut […]
Following three sold out shows in the 2013 Adelaide Fringe, Sally Anderson presents Jazz and Blues Diva, the story of the jazz and blues greats of our history.
Libby O’Donovan is, without doubt, one of Adelaide’s top cabaret performers. In fact, her secret seems to be that she doesn’t so much perform as just be herself.
The New Cabal is everything jazz should be and if you’re a regular at the wonderfully eclectic La Bohème, you most certainly should have heard of them!
Snap, Crackle, Pop take us on an “autobiographical, anthropological” exploration to discover what ‘pop’ is, and what it means to us.
Adventures with a Brazilian is the surreal story of Shelley Dunstone who catches an elevator in Sydney and arrives on a beach in 1960s Rio de Janeiro where she meets her inspiration and heartthrob, Tom Jobim, one of the most prominent Bossa Nova artists ever.