Presented by Baileys and Sugar Reviewed 10 March 2016 A bright fun show with some…
Browsing: La Boheme
Whatever ‘hurry’ is in German…. Do that!
We’ve all been at a loss, at some point or other, in the often befuddling world of dating, and turned to the one thing that always has the answers…Google.
Musician and teacher, Charmaine Jones, has gathered up four of her best students to help pay tribute to five unique and influential jazz vocalists.
Claire Healy shares everything from her shopping habits to her ill-fated engagement in original songs laced with whimsy.
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.
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’.
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.
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.
Cabaret diva Amy Bodassian gave an impassioned performance, exploring the “op-shop of our minds” with a wry, physical comedy style, evident from the outset.
Former member of The Pacific Belles debuts her solo show, proving that until now, she had only revealed one tenth of her potential.
Taya is a born performer: she knows how to sing and play the uke; she knows how to work an audience; she knows how to do more with a song than just belt it out.
Former Adelaide musician Yanni Burton heads out on his first National Tour of Australia featuring his New York City Band.
15 year old Taya Rose brings her quirky spirit & electric ukulele to memories of George Formby, Frankie Valli, Marilyn Monroe & other stars from the 1930s – 60s.
Taking you from party girl to alcoholic, “Girl of the Drink: the lager continues” will amuse and entertain, but more than anything, it will make you feel.
Songs from the bottom of the charity bin. Amy Bodossian presents a night of spoken word and song about the flotsam and jetsam of humanity.
Joanne Sutton invites you to look at the world through rosé-filled glasses and the eyes of an unnamed, slightly stumbley heroine.
Most people who have survived open-heart surgery would thank their lucky stars and move on. Shelley Dunstone isn’t most people.