Night owls take note: the Sydney Opera House has heard the call and created a signature series for those punters looking for a cool after-hours destination. Late Night Lounge will be a monthly rock ‘n’ roll, variety, cabaret, chat show experience that brings together both the famous and the infamous artists performing across Sydney. The… Read more.
Natalie Gamsu is appearing at Bar Me in Sydney in March.
Following the successful launch of Civic Cabaret with Rhonda Burchmore, Grace Knight and Tom Burlinson at the Civic Hotel in October, producer Trevor Ashley has announced the return to the Sydney cabaret stage of the legendary Judi Connelli.
For Matt Young, his theatre career has in some ways worked in reverse. Whilst most young musical theatre stars dream of heading to America, Young spent some 11 years working in major musicals in the US before heading to Australia, where his career has continued to flourish. Young came to Australia after meeting his partner… Read more.
Dates for the 2010 Adelaide Cabaret Festival have been confirmed. The Festival will be eagerly awaited after the success of the 2009 event, the first under the leadership of musical theatre icon David Campbell.
Sophisticated cabaret returns to Sydney with the launch of Civic Cabaret at the Civic Hotel in October, playing on Wednesday and Thursday evenings. For the first time since the demise of the much-loved Tilbury Hotel, Sydneysiders will have the chance to experience fine dining and top class performers in Sydney’s finest cabaret setting. This relaxed… Read more.
We catch up with Tim Draxl.
It has been four years since Tim Draxl last appeared on the Sydney cabaret stages, and judging by the excellence of his new show Under The Influence, it has been four years too long. The suave, sexy Draxl is sporting an American accident after more than three years of living in Los Angeles, but his crystal… Read more.
Celebrating 20 years of Brechtian-punk, The Tiger Lillies begin their Australian tour of Songs from Shockheaded Peter and Other Gory Verses on July 24 in Sydney, before visiting Melbourne, Canberra, Brisbane and Darwin. Anne-Marie Peard spoke with founder Martyn Jacques about his inspirations and his quest for originality. Like anything truly addictive and mind altering,… Read more.
Cabaret in Sydney has always been somewhat of an errant child, never really settling down but always finding a market that has seen at least one permanent venue able to survive, at least for a little while. In 2003, when the City of Sydney cut the Sydney Cabaret Convention, the genre suffered a massive blow…. Read more.