Daffodils, the multi-award winning indie Kiwi cabaret now at Brisbane Powerhouse’s Visy Theatre., is an everyday story of extraordinary love inspired by true events. Rochelle Bright’s parents met in a patch of daffodils – the same patch of daffodils where her grandparents also met. Magic, fate or coincidence? This show follows the evolution of Eric and… Read more.
Jenny is a Viking mama of three. She keeps a blog about the everyday battles she faces as a parent: from mustering the fortitude to get out of bed, to shopping with children who constantly want things, to dealing with passive-aggressive neighbours who seem to have everything under control. When Jenny forgets to book a… Read more.
Parramatta’s Riverside Theatres is presenting Daffodils, a bittersweet love story direct from New Zealand – featuring the biggest hits from our Kiwi neighbours’ songbook. Eric (Todd Emerson) and Rose (Colleen Davis), two teenagers met in a field of daffodils. The cabaret follows their first meeting, their marriage and the New Zealand pop-rock soundtrack that shaped… Read more.
Cabaret season is fast approaching as the line up for the third annual Hayes Theatre Co Cabaret Season was announced this morning. It features 14 exciting cabaret acts, master classes and special events over four weeks! The season’s headliner is Philip Quast, alongside a number of Australian musical theatre stars, newbies and in an exciting… Read more.
Eddie Perfect and Ali McGregor have announced the programming for their first Adelaide Cabaret Festival, and amongst the stars in the line-up is Megan Hilty, direct from Broadway. Perhaps best known in Australia for playing the role of bombshell Ivy in the backstage musical drama Smash, Megan has starred in Wicked, 9 to 5, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, and most… Read more.
Your friends have HIV/AIDS. Your loved ones are dying. Nobody understands how to directly combat this rampaging disease, but you do: it’s time to dance. From its early beginnings, Hats Off! has grown to become a gargantuan celebration of community spirit. A culmination of the nation’s best and most exciting performers, Hats Off! is one of THE musical theatre… Read more.
From Carlotta to Cat Power and everything in between. It’s the time of year again when Brisbane queers and their peers get together and Melt. As Brisbane’s answer to the Mardi Gras festival, The MELT festival returns to the Brisbane Powerhouse (February 3-14) after a hugely successful maiden year boasting an additional three community events… Read more.
This is an important public service announcement: Alan Cumming. Do you know who he is? If you do, great. This little note is for you. (And you’ll LOVE the FAQs on his website). If you don’t, great. This little note is also for you. Because I think it’s important for you to know about one… Read more.
After taking out Best Cabaret at the 2012 Melbourne Fringe with Just A Little Something and blowing Melbourne Cabaret Festival audiences away with True Story, award winning performer and writer Ruth Wilkin is heading to the 2015 Melbourne Fringe Festival with Tribute, an witty and self-aware hour of comedy cabaret characterised by Wilkin’s signature blend of original… Read more.
Elena Gabrielle is exceedingly vulgar, covered in mud, and not much else, as she presents an evening in the company of the filthiest cabaret deviants of the Fringe. Supported each night by a rotating line up of guest acts that may include a giant dancing vulva, the resurrected Jonbenet Ramsey, or a game of bagel-quoits… Read more.