CAKE is a cornucopia of Queer infused delight with a comedy layered base, flirtatious frosting and just a sprinkling of sheer chaotic madness.
Adelaide Fringe Review: The Kaye Hole – Hosted by Reuben Kaye – The Garden of Unearthly Delights, 2023
Reuben can read a room (to filth) and expose it as plainly as his chapless bum! This performer knows his audience as The Kaye Hole operates like a conversation that we’re supposed to be having.
Mesmerising from the start, Signal is truly original and accessible to all.
Overall, as far as variety shows goes YUMMY ICONIC has it all (literally everything you can think of). I also think it’s incredibly important that we support our LGBTQI+ artists and queer spaces in which the artform of Drag can be celebrated (especially with what’s happening in the US at the moment).
Let loose and feel cultured at the same time with Sh!tfaced Shakespeare.
Will you pass Jo Ghastly’s cool-o-meter test?
Stephen K Amos is forever a smooth operator navigating side-splitting “back and forth” working as an intergenerational translator!
It was a wonderful show to watch the audience as most drifted into meditative states, allowing the perfectly harmonious sound and the immersion of the 360 imagery that drifted between tense and calm.
Rouge Goes Rogue is sort of like – Rouge’s intoxicated cousin whose equally as talented, equally as ambitious but a little more prone to drunk and disorderly behaviour and not shy of a well-orchestrated wardrobe malfunction!
This show is beyond silly but still holds space for plenty of wit and pizzazz as you join its cast in a fun game of peek-a-boo!