Fringe may be over, but the good times will roll on now there’s a new cabaret and cocktail lounge in town!
Mary’s Poppin will open April 8 on Synagogue Place and it’ll be a raucous honky-tonk saloon where the stage (and microphones) are always open to those who have talent to burn.
It’s the first permanent cabaret bar in Adelaide’s east end, and will serve a range of fabulous cocktails which you can sip while you take in nightly popup shows from cabaret singers, drag divas and burlesque babes.
Internationally renowned designer Michael Delany has re-imagined the top floor of one of the city’s oldest buildings in his first ever Adelaide project.
Harking back to the late-night New York speakeasies of the 1920s and 30s, Mary’s Poppin features opulent furnishings, a giant crystal chandelier, specially-designed dancing poles and a mini disco in every bathroom cubicle.
There is also a custom-made baby grand piano that doubles as a DJ booth and a designated “Selfie Spot” with expertly calibrated light boxes so you can capture that perfect selfie on your smartphone in between drinks.
Mary’s Poppin will officially launch on April 8, and will be open every Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 8pm til late.
Just look for the pink neon umbrella on Synagogue Place, and follow the glitter trail to Adelaide’s newest, sleekest speakeasy.