It was clear the performers were all totally immersed in the pleasure of Flamenco, and the audience were equally entranced.
Gyan is appearing at the Norwood Hotel on July 16.
The narrative links between, and at times during, the songs were never indulgent and were interesting and insightful, placing the songs into the context of the songwriter’s life.
The set was heavy on the ‘hits’, and the choral accompaniment and choreographed beer glass waving which began in earnest.
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 actually found myself standing and applauding in my own living room!”
Vengaboy, Donny Latupeirissa took the time to chat with Upside writer and photographer John Goodridge about their current tour and coming down under.
Most of the songs are originals by De Ness, but many of these suffer from a formulaic adherence to generic forms and structures.
This show runs every Saturday night through June, but such is its nature that the line-up will change as new shows open and need to be highlighted throughout the Cabaret Fringe Festival, so how each show unfolds will largely be a matter of chance.