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.
Thank you, Culture Club, for everything you have done for music, and for one of the best gigs we have ever seen.
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.
Cirque Nocturne gives an exhilarating insight into the dangers and seductions of circus cabaret and will keep you cheering throughout.
“It’s the dads, sons and lovers who are usually dragged along who are really enjoying it. I am, after all a boy from the bush and I wanted to make something that everyone will love.”
It is hard to categorise Jennifer Kingwell’s Cabaret Fringe Festival show, ‘The Lotus Eaters: A Chamber Cabaret’, other than to do what she so often does herself during her performance…
A one hour, one-hander musical extravaganza, complete with burlesque, comedy, a ukulele, spinning plates and the most poignant strip tease you’ll ever see, Gender Spanner is a must see.
Nick Cave has been an innovator his entire career, and the approach taken to this release proves no different, with a film event coinciding with the new album, Skeleton Tree.
New Zealand pop sensation Ladyhawke is today releasing her third album and it comes with a whole heap of newfound positivity.