Articles on ‘Adelaide Cabaret Festival’

Adelaide Cabaret Festival – Clown Heart

Adelaide Cabaret Festival – Clown Heart

I’m going to admit up front that I’m a bit of an Adam Hills fan. I used to listened to him on local radio station in the ’90s, I’ve seen just about every show he’s brought to Adelaide, follow him on twitter, watch his UK show The Last Leg and generally fangirl at anything he… Read more.


Adelaide Cabaret Festival – Piano Lessons

Photo: Nicholas Purcell

Anna Goldsworthy’s memoir of her “awakening” as a concert pianist, recounting her life growing up learning piano under the guidance of her Russian piano teacher (who is on the Liszt list) is a critically acclaimed book released in 2009. Piano Lessons is the live enactment of this memoir. Part play, part classical concert, the audience… Read more.


Adelaide Cabaret Festival – The Tap Pack

The Tap Pack. Photo supplied

The decreasing number of tap shows and tap classes available in Australia would have you believe that people no longer care about tap dancing – that it’s a dying trend. However the sold-out shows, electric audience enthusiasm and phenomenal talent of shows like Tap Dogs, Virada and now The Tap Pack prove that’s not the… Read more.


Adelaide Cabaret Festival – Hot Picks

Photo: Mark Wojt

With the gala opening fast approaching and such a huge program on offer at this year’s Adelaide Cabaret Festival it’s almost impossible to choose.  Here’s our hot picks for the season – the shows to most look forward to! Back for More We’ve seen them before, and we’ve had a taste of how awesome they… Read more.



Cabaret treatement for The Love God: John O’Hara’s Dedications at Ad Cab Fest and Hayes Theatre Co

Cabaret treatement for The Love God: John O’Hara’s Dedications at Ad Cab Fest and Hayes Theatre Co

Australia’s John O’Hara is a dedicated, hard working, passionate, talented, all-round-wonderful guy with a knack for standing out from the crowd. For the last 15 years he has worked in the Australian arts industry, appearing in major musicals including Cats, Rock of Ages, Wicked, Dusty, The Rocky Horror Show, The Boy From Oz and more. Well known to… Read more.


Review: Sibling Revelry

As the Adelaide Cabaret Festival approached its finale for 2014, two highly anticipated stars (both of whom had individually dazzled Adelaide audiences in previous festivals), were preparing to join forces in what promised to be a Festival highlight. Sisters Liz Callaway and Ann Hampton Callaway, in their show Sibling Revelry, highlight the double-edged sword that… Read more.


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