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.
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).
Stephen K Amos is forever a smooth operator navigating side-splitting “back and forth” working as an intergenerational translator!
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!
The outrageous new headline production by creative geniuses Strut & Fret, creators of Blanc de Blanc and LIMBO. […]
Electric Skies a beautiful First Nations Australian Event that is not only seen but felt. By immaculate design, […]
MANSION self-described as a spine tingling, gothic fusion of dance, circus & burlesque. I almost feel blasphemous saying […]
Rainee Blake has a lovely voice, obviously stylistically influenced by her musical muse Joni Mitchell, but her material in this show was mono-paced and needed a little more stylistic variation in order to consistently keep her audience’s full focus.
Stars at The Gov – What a great afternoon of high quality Oz rock!