New York-based powerhouse provocateur Rizo enchants with a show pulsing with soul, sass and sensuality.
As iconic to Australian TV as the pigs in the rubbish bins are to Rundle Mall, RocKwiz presented a night of excellent live entertainment with this grand salute to Adelaide.
Assembling an intriguing selection of Australian songs and sources, including some doozies of her own, Robyn Archer and her versatile trio return to the Adelaide Cabaret Festival in fine form.
We’re still in the thick of this year’s Adelaide Cabaret Festival, but look ahead to next year when Virginia Gay will be 2024’s artistic director.
As the Adelaide Cabaret Festival opens this weekend, InReview recommends eight shows that highlight the diversity of the 2023 line-up – from an unexpected ‘Australian Songbook’ with Robyn Archer to An Evening Without Kate Bush.
Adelaide Tonight returns with an hour of old-fashioned fun.
Cutting to the chase here is simple. If you are a Kate Bush fan, see this show. No ifs or buts. Sarah-Louise Young offers magical, in-and-out-of-character songs and banter that make for compelling entertainment.
In Edge of Reality, band leader Paul Grabowsky and Oz music luminaries Joe Camilleri and Deborah Conway brilliantly rescue Elvis from impersonators and cartoon legend to celebrate his considerable musical legacy.
In his role as co-artistic director of the Adelaide Cabaret Festival, Eddie Perfect brings to the stage some beautiful voices and clever minds in musical theatre to chat about taking words and scores on a page to the stage.
Adelaide Cabaret Festival’s history was front and centre in a Variety Gala full of razzle dazzle, energy, emotion and powerhouse performances from some of the spectacular talent in this year’s line-up.
Fancy yourself an expert on AC/DC, Cold Chisel, Sia or the Hilltop Hoods? Then you may want to get along to RocKwiz Salutes Adelaide at the Cabaret Festival.
Australian jazz icon Vince Jones, legendary cabaret performer Paul Capsis, TikTok sensation Broadway Barbara and Adelaide’s own Anne Wills are part of the dynamic line-up for this year’s Adelaide Cabaret Festival.
SA arts and culture news in brief: WOMADelaide announces final 35 artists for next year, award-winning play Euphoria among highlights of Country Arts SA’s 2023 program unveiled this week, and Cabaret Festival’s Variety Gala proves a hot ticket.
The 2023 Adelaide Cabaret Festival will be presented with a “Cabaret Collective” rather than a single artistic director, with Kate Ceberano, David Campbell, Eddie Perfect, Julia Zemiro and Ali McGregor all appearing at the red-carpet Variety Gala.
Six diverse and compelling singers, music that goes deep into their identities… this brilliant concept translated into a fun and moving show that should be repeated.
This splendid tribute to Stephen Sondheim not only exuberantly showcases the best of his songs, but affectionately recalls his close links with Australian music theatre.
Dynamic performer Meow Meow combines humour and terrific singing in a much-fêted show that is, not surprisingly, a highlight of the Adelaide Cabaret Festival.
Treasured musical veteran Marcia Hines offers her own version of gospel – and it’s a sweet, gentle balm.
Rai Thistlethwayte pares it back and jazzes it up for the Cabaret Festival in The Quiet Side of Rai Thistlethwayte.
Home-grown talent Paul McDermott returns to Adelaide as ringmaster to a crew of “minstrels and misfits” in this melange of comedy and music in The Famous Spiegeltent.
Sequins shine and feathers flutter at Cirque Bon Bon, a sweet Cabaret Festival treat featuring an athletic cast of performers who mystify with their trickery.