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Adelaide Cabaret Fringe Festival 1 - 29 June 2019
A contemporary twist on the phenomenon of the “Ziegfeld Follies”, serving up spectacular acts of cabaret, dance, comedy and more. Parades of girls bringing together a celebration of the female, dripping in jewels and feathers, with some serious vintage style and talent to match. With inspiration of Ziegfeld’s eye for fine aesthetics, passion for extravagance, you will see huge hits and high kicks!
A spectacular and debaucherous buffet of circus, cabaret and comedy turning typical circus on its head. This is Papillon Unplugged – stripped back to it’s best and most intimate! Papillon has toured around Australia, winning awards, selling out seasons and receiving rave reviews. Do not miss Papillon Unplugged!
To be petty is not to be childish, it’s to be specific, REALLY SPECIFIC, because every detail counts. Internationally acclaimed, award-winning comedy cabaret bitches, Boo Dwyer & Tash York have combined forces to present a conference like no other – it won’t make you a better person, but a pettier person.
Magic, Music, Comedy and Circus! All set to a banging rock and roll sound track! If you like death defying circus stunts and side splitting comedy, then don’t miss this rock and roll extravaganza! WINNER of BEST CIRCUS in Perth, Melbourne and Adelaide Fringe festivals.
Allegria is a 30 strong female acappella singing group formed in 2008 and led by the talented musical director Angela Sharp. This group loves performing and their 2016 solo fringe shows “33 and 1/3 shades of love” at the Jade Monkey and 2018 shows “Into the Dark” in the Adina tunnels were sell outs.
In a cabaret debut, Millicent Sarre’s Friendly Feminism for the Mild Mannered is a crash course in modern intersectional feminism, featuring original pop songs, relatable anecdotes and a healthy dose of audience participation. A show for avid feminists and sceptics alike, this is a cabaret debut not to be missed.
Cabaret EXPLODES off the stage as the multi-talented students of UniSA’s Cabaret course share with you their take on the artform of Cabaret.
Songs, stories sketches and skullduggery, original and re-interpreted, aided and abetted by cabaret mentorsHew Parahm, Michael Griffiths and Catherine Campbell.
Break the rules! (sold out 2014-2018)