The most impressive thing about The New Cabal is the way the four players work together, with the kind of connection that shows they are a band in the truest sense.
Naya is an urban restaurant and bar which combines contemporary Indian cuisine with matching cocktails and beverages.
Olympia and band showed that they have the power to engage an audience, and do so effortlessly. The band played well and Olympia hit every high note, both vocally and on her wonderful blue Jazzmaster.
“I’ll be damned if anyone from this era can look quite as at home on stage in a Bonds ringer as Younger can. Also, Mick Jagger, you can take a seat.”
“I actually found myself standing and applauding in my own living room!”
There’s only one show left on the 17th so grab a couple of friends, buy your tickets and start your night with a hilarious and geeky pop quiz. You won’t regret it.
The Redhead Cabaret is sexy, humorous and highly entertaining burlesque, just what the Cabaret Fringe should be.
Honey Bones is charmingly loose around the edges, while showcasing Angus Stone’s strong songwriting skills.
Vengaboy, Donny Latupeirissa took the time to chat with Upside writer and photographer John Goodridge about their current tour and coming down under.
Kurt Phelan is one very talented man who sure knows how to engage an audience. His semi-autobiographical show at La Boheme for the Cabaret Fringe is fantastic entertainment.