Conchita Wurst & Trevor Ashley In Concert

One of the highlights of the Mardi Gras festival is a concert featuring Conchita Wurst and Trevor Ashley and guest starring Kate Miller-Heidke. Individually, these performers pack an immense amount of talent; together they will ignite the theatre. Ashley is an Australian treasure with prolific creative output. He’s recognised internationally for his uncanny drag impressions, […]

Songs For Nobodies

Cabaret superstar Bernadette Robinson is returning from a sold-out season on London’s West End, bringing her hit play Songs For Nobodies back home to Australia for a limited season. First performed 10 years ago, Songs For Nobodies was specifically written for Robinson by Australian playwright Joanna Murray-Smith and is directed by Simon Phillips. In the […]

Hans – Like A German

Berlin boy-wonder Hans is many things. He’s an accordionist, a dancer, a comedian and an international sex-symbol. After making it all the way to the finals of America’s Got Talent, Hans’ cabaret career soared. His show is packed with glitter and dance and will no doubt feature Hans in a tight sparkly costume playing his […]

Cirque Du So Lamp

Jordan Raskopoulos has been working in the entertainment industry for over 15 years, making her way throughout Australia and overseas. She is a musician, a comedian and a live entertainment all-rounder, and through her work in the industry, Jordan noticed an empty space. The premiere of her new show Cirque Du So Lamp at the […]

Natives Go Wild

A recent, very successful movie about a certain circus showman depicted him as a benevolent, charismatic entrepreneur, but failed to reveal the darker aspects of ‘the greatest show on Earth’. Mika Haka and a talented troupe of First Nation performers present a very different picture in their burlesque/cabaret/circus/theatre show, Natives Go Wild.    “It’s the […]

30 Something

Cabaret darling Catherine Alcorn and Australia’s award-winning musician, actor and comedian Phil Scott are joining forces this October and converging on the Hayes Theatre. Their cabaret-come-comedy show 30 Something will see the pair performing original and re-spun musical hits.  Catherine and Phil are taking the audience back to New Year’s Eve, 1939. They’re in bohemian […]

Bobby Fox: The Irish Boy

Bobby Fox is one of the brightest stars in Australia’s entertainment industry. In a career that spans musical theatre, dance and the recording industry, he has cemented himself as one of the most charismatic and talented performers in the country. Before Fox heads to Adelaide for their cabaret festival Sydneysiders can get an early look […]

REVIEW: Blanc de Blanc Encore

Blanc de Blanc Encore is an intoxicating, vivacious evening of high-class cabaret bubbling with surprises. There isn’t a dull moment in this thrilling show packed with burlesque, comedy, aerial arts, live singing and lip-syncing – with plenty of eye-candy and audience interaction to boot. This Strut & Fret production comes from the creators behind the […]

Falling In Love Again

New Zealand performer Jennifer Ward-Lealand pays homage to legendary Hollywood actress and singer Marlene Dietrich, in a cabaret tribute show, Falling In Love Again. She sings 23 extraordinarily beautiful songs from 1928 to 1955, including numbers by Cole Porter, Edith Piaf, Frederic Hollander and Pete Seeger and vividly captures the essence of timeless style and […]

Cabaret de Paris

The spectacle, extravagance and glamour of the showgirl has been appropriated by Hollywood, pop music and the fashion industry, in most cases reducing it to little more than soft porn with big feathers.  However, the true showgirl represents a pinnacle of skill, beauty, and artistry, faithful to the traditions of revue which originated in the legendary […]