The Adelaide Cabaret Fringe today announces over 40 events across 15 different venues for its 10th-anniversary program to be celebrated from the 3rd – 25th June.
It was clear the performers were all totally immersed in the pleasure of Flamenco, and the audience were equally entranced.
Each singer had a genuine presence and by the end of the production, had found a way to make the audience completely warm to them.
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.
De Ness tries to be a provocative vampish femme fatale but, often, this merely comes across as contrived and unconvincing.
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.
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.
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.
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.