Posts tagged as: La Boheme

Fringe Review: Salvation Amy

Fringe Review: Salvation Amy

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.

Fringe Review: The Misadventures of Miss Bouzy Rouge

Fringe Review: The Misadventures of Miss Bouzy Rouge

Former member of The Pacific Belles debuts her solo show, proving that until now, she had only revealed one tenth of her potential.

Fringe Review: Sunshine and Lollipops

Fringe Review: Sunshine and Lollipops

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.

Yanni Burton – National Tour of Australia Celebrating Debut EP ‘Same Old Love’

Yanni Burton – National Tour of Australia Celebrating Debut EP ‘Same Old Love’

Former Adelaide musician Yanni Burton heads out on his first National Tour of Australia featuring his New York City Band.

Fringe: Sunshine & Lollipops

Fringe: Sunshine & Lollipops

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.

Cabaret Fringe Festival Review: Girl on the Drink: the lager continues

Cabaret Fringe Festival Review: Girl on the Drink: the lager continues

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.

Cabaret Fringe Festival Review: Salvation Amy

Cabaret Fringe Festival Review: Salvation Amy

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.

Cabaret Fringe Festival Review: Fill Her Up…

Cabaret Fringe Festival Review: Fill Her Up…

Joanne Sutton invites you to look at the world through rosé-filled glasses and the eyes of an unnamed, slightly stumbley heroine.

Cabaret Fringe Festival Review: Unbreak My Heart

Cabaret Fringe Festival Review: Unbreak My Heart

Most people who have survived open-heart surgery would thank their lucky stars and move on. Shelley Dunstone isn’t most people.

Cabaret Fringe Festival Review: Club Burlesk

Cabaret Fringe Festival Review: Club Burlesk

Presented by Cabaret Fringe Festival Reviewed 08 June 2014 The intimate stage of La Bohéme hosted some of South Australia’s best burlesque performers for the sold-out Cabaret Fringe Festival version of Club Burlesk. The incomparable Giovanni (Hew Parham), hosted the evening with good humour, quick wit and a relaxed style. Mid-show, Giovanni offered the audience […]

Cabaret Fringe Festival Review: Changing Jennifers Presents Improvised Improv

Cabaret Fringe Festival Review: Changing Jennifers Presents Improvised Improv

With the audience creating a crazy, random title, the Changing Jennifers unleash their improv creativity with an extravagant story made up on the spot.

Cabaret Fringe Festival Review: Sing, Swing, Get in the Mood

Cabaret Fringe Festival Review: Sing, Swing, Get in the Mood

The Pacific Belles bring the Andrews Sisters to life again, covering some of their great hits.

Cabaret Fringe Festival Review: The Sights & Sounds of Paris

Cabaret Fringe Festival Review: The Sights & Sounds of Paris

The Sights & Sounds of Paris is an experience as much as it is a musical performance. You listen, watch and explore the landscapes of a city that seems so close.

Cabaret Fringe Festival Review: Opening Night Gala

Cabaret Fringe Festival Review: Opening Night Gala

Cabaret lovers united for the opening night gala of the Cabaret Fringe, filling La Bohème to capacity to sample the impressive line-up during June’s Fringe.

Zephyr Quartet Present ‘The Cocktail Hour (and a half)’ at La Bohème

Zephyr Quartet Present ‘The Cocktail Hour (and a half)’ at La Bohème

Zephyr Quartet Settle in at Adelaide’s Finest Cocktail Bar, La Bohème, for Three Intimate Shows over Three Months

Aindrias de Staic Returns to Adelaide to Shake the Post-Fringe Blues

Aindrias de Staic Returns to Adelaide to Shake the Post-Fringe Blues

For those suffering from post-Fringe Blues and can’t wait until the Adelaide Cabaret Festival for a fix of world-class talent, Adelaide’s premier cabaret bar La Bohème has just the ticket!

Fringe Review: True Story

Fringe Review: True Story

A collection of seemingly impossible true stories, wacky anecdotes and even absurd customer reviews compiled together in a funny and light-hearted cabaret show.

Fringe Review: Quietly Crapping My Daks

Fringe Review: Quietly Crapping My Daks

Musical Director Ben Saunders makes a leap from orchestra pit onto the stage to perform a solo cabaret show – with wonderful results.

Fringe Parade to unveil 13m Disco Cuttlefish

Fringe Parade to unveil 13m Disco Cuttlefish

The 2014 Adelaide Fringe will kick off with a mighty explosion of colour and light on Friday, 14 February with the iconic Fringe Parade.

Cabaret Review: Saturday Night Soirée

Cabaret Review: Saturday Night Soirée

If you are looking for a cabaret act full of spectacularly talented cast-members, cheeky nipple tassles, unexpected laughs and excellent music, all in a wonderfully intimate setting, you will not go wrong booking tickets to the Saturday Night Soirée.

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