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2015 Adelaide Cabaret Festival hub


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All InDaily’s reviews and stories from the 2015 Adelaide Cabaret Festival can be found in this hub.

More than 150 performances encompassing music, comedy, cabaret, theatre and burlesque are being presented over two weeks during the festival.

With Barry Humphries making his debut as artistic director, the eclectic program features Australian performers and international artists including Bernadette Robinson, Daniel Koek, Lady Rizo, Meow Meow, Tex Perkins, Storm Large, Eddie Perfect, Adam Hills, Laura Fygi, Marney McQueen and Paris Combo.

Produced by the Festival Centre, the Cabaret Festival continues until June 20.


Opera Burlesque. Photo: Step Fisher

Opera Burlesque. Photo: Steb Fisher

The Glenn Miller Orchestra
Love Songs for Sir Les
Eddie Perfect: Songs from the Middle
Lady Rizo – Unescorted
Ian Shaw – A Bit of a Mouthful
Painted from Memory
Opera Burlesque
Jobim: The Sound of Ipanema and Beyond
Storm Large: Taken by Storm
The Narelles – Alan Brough and Casey Bennetto
The Songs that Made Memphis – Sun Rising
Tex Perkins and the Dark Horses
The Front
Paris Combo
Dedications – John O’Hara
Piano Lessons by Anna Goldsworthy
Adam Hills’ Clown Heart
Variety Gala Performance
The Tap Pack

Preview stories:

Rizo delivers cabaret with a comedy twist
‘Wayward octogenarian’ a cabaret hit
Marney McQueen: Hair to the Throne
High-flying SongBird bound for Adelaide
Christa Hughes set to rock the cabaret
Humphries unveils 2015 Adelaide Cabaret Festival line-up


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